From the daily archives: "Monday, August 3, 2015"

marc jacobs

Earlier this year I called out the prim and proper top knots at the Marc Jacobs 2015 runway collection. Well Mr. Jacobs isn’t tired of the look yet…and neither am I. His new ad campaigns for the fall season stars a bevy of celebrities including Winona Ryder, Debi Mazar and Cher. But, I still think the best thing about these ads are the models, who channel styling from the runway show––including hair and makeup. They sport full on posh topknots that are an excellent change up to to loose or wavy tendrils. To see more looks from the campaign, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart

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curls

Enjoying the dog days of summer? I certainly am! With long weekend and late nights I heavily rely on some amazing some second day hair. This great hair phenomenon is a favorite because it lets you sleep in a bit and gives your locks bedroom sex appeal. However sometimes, even on the best of days, curls start to feel a bit dull and flat. Lucky for us lazy gals, I have a great tutorial for an easy revival. Click through to style notes to get the details. –– Michelle Rotbart

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adrianna lima

Adriana Lima has a lot going for her, but can we just talk about her hair? Long, shiny, and the deepest, darkest brown with hints of violet and just a touch of deep red. It’s the sort of shade that doesn’t scream for attention but is still unforgettable. It’s desirable hair, fantasy hair, sexy hair. This shade won’t magically transform you into a Brazilian model, but it may surprise you by enhancing your own particular sex appeal. Click the style notes for the professional formulation. –– Laura Martin

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happy beautiful woman thinking looking up

Chances are, your hair was different when you were younger. Maybe it used to be lighter, or thicker or curlier. You may even have a story about a bad haircut, a perm, or a stressful event that changed your strands. But the real reason for your hair’s metamorphosis is usual chemical. Changes in the levels of testosterone, estrogen, insulin and other hormones effect the size of your follicles, rate of growth, and even the texture of your strands. Natural shifts in hormone levels occur at puberty, during pregnancy, and around menopause. Each of these changes can lead to changes in your strands. Learn more in the style notes. –Laura Martin 

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