From the daily archives: "Thursday, April 9, 2015"

zigzag

Zig zag parts were huge in the 1990s and early 2000s. If you knew me then you would have seen me with a great zig zag part and mini butterfly clips. This style may have died but you can resurrect it and make it look modern and chic with a few steps. Click the notes for more. –Kelly Rowe

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waves

Remember back in the day when you would get up early and anguish in front of the mirror to straighten and flatten your hair? I do. But I’m still trying to block that horrid memory out. Luckily, the the days of having to wear super straight hair are long gone and all the cool girls are wearing low key tousled waves with a center part. Accomplished with either a wand or some air drying and scrunching, this trending look has become a go-to for the festival circuit, and is even appearing on red carpets. Best yet, this style works on all hair lengths. Ready to tousle your locks? Click through to style notes to learn how. –– Michelle Rotbart

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hair salon

If you live in an urban area, finding a great stylist is a process of elimination, but if you live in a small town it’s more of a treasure hunt. A great stylist in a small town may work at a location that’s off the beaten path or at a single chair salon, and they may not have a website, facebook page, or a twitter account. But even if you don’t live in an urban area you can find a stylist you love. It’s just going to take some work. Learn the secrets in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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flowers

Festival fashion is its own wonderful thing, a time and place for fringe, florets and other earthy, easy-going fashions, but it’s not the only place you can wear flowers. Floral hair accessories can look bohemian sure, but the can also be retro, elegant or edgy. To get the right look you need to consider three things: color, size, and placement. Get the details in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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