From the daily archives: "Tuesday, April 14, 2015"

volume

All I want now is volume, volume, volume for my locks. The bigger the better, especially when pairing it with my ‘70s inspired looks. Lucky for me, I have some wave and kink in my hair so getting it big doesn’t take much more than some humidity and a hit of refinish. But lucky for you, whatever your hair texture, with the right products and techniques, you’re only a few steps away from getting voluminous hair in no time. Click through to style notes to learn three ways to get yourself some big hair. –– Michelle Rotbart

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spring hair

From mod crops to Bardot bouffants to sleek, center parted strands, this season’s looks encompass the full range of styles from the sixties and seventies. This provides a polarized aesthetic: big curls or silky smoothness, teased volume or flat sleekness, extra long or tightly tailored length. These dichotomies provide plenty of options for chameleon-like style changes. Look disco fabulous one day and Jackie-O chic the next. Learn to create looks from both decades in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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pink

Of all the pastel hues, pink seems to be the most popular. It’s easy to see why –– it looks great on a variety of skin tones, can hold its own or blend into a variety of blondes, and is both feminine and luxe. We’ve seen the hue in a variety of shades, but this extra-pale powdery shade is one of our favorites. Learn to create it in the style notes. –Laura Martin 

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Outdoor portrait of young hippie woman

Happy spring! It is finally warming up outside and winter is fading from our memories. Having the right products and tools in your bathroom can make sure you have perfect strands in your change from winter to spring. Click the notes to know which ones you need now. –– Kelly Rowe

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