From the daily archives: "Friday, January 23, 2015"

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Since the Victoria Beckham-inspired keratin-straight hairstyle craze of the ‘90s, textured tresses have been ambling into fashion, culminating in recent trends for beachy waves, tousle and movement. But what’s the next wave of curl? To keep us on the vanguard for 2015, we asked Aziza Rasulova, stylist, braiding expert, and texture specialist at the ARROJO salon in SoHo, NYC, to share her thoughts on texture trends for the coming seasons. The pictured mood board of inspiration comes from Aziza, and you can read her thoughts below.

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Makeup artist Morag Ross used ELLIS FAAS cosmetics to create the iconic Disney princess look for the new Cinderella film, out in theaters in March. We’re using the same products for makeup services at ARROJO NYC and working with them, I’ve been practicing my best Cinderella looks. Learn how to create your own Disney princess palette in the style notes. -– By Katie McBroom 

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The low ponytail has been a staple style for a few seasons now, but the versions that appeared on fall runways were stick straight and gathered together closer to the ends than the roots, leaving lots of loose bits. It was a pretty but a lot of work and hard to keep under control. This season we’re seeing subtly fuller variations punctuated with soft waves, a bit of backcombing, or a neat center part. These variations give you room to customize the look for your own style and strands. Learn how in the notes. ––  Laura Martin 

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