From the daily archives: "Tuesday, September 22, 2015"

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Rich girl hair isn’t going anywhere—and that’s not a bad thing. In a moment where few things are actually as time killing as primping to look effortless, even hippie waves look sexier with a little lived-in texture. This was great news for celebrities, who embraced the look amid drizzle and wind during the New York Shows. Jessica Alba, Kendell Jenner and Kim Kardashian West were all spotted rocking rumpled tendrils, created by some dry shampoo and a cat nap between shows. The key to making this look work? A clean middle part that provides easy polish for a day of strutting down Washington Street in stilettos. To see more of this inspirational look, click through to style notes. –Michelle Rotbart

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Portrait Of Woman Sitting Outdoors Against White Wall

Brunettes have this awesome ability to change their hair every 6-8 weeks that most other hair colors do not have. Who said brunette had to be boring? Natural brunettes can glaze their hair with a demi permanent shade and know it will fade out. Redheads tend to have a harder time getting colors to work with their natural tone and blondes typically get stained permanently from this coloring option. Click the notes for glaze suggestions to update your fall hue. –Kelly Rowe 

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rita ora

The perfect looks for fall are soft and give the aura of warmth. Overly done looks should be traded for more relaxed styles. It’s this mix of casual, soft, and warmth that screams all things fall and is the perfect hairstyle to pair with a sweater. Rita Ora is wearing the best  autumn look; learn how to get in the notes. –Kelly Rowe

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fall beanie

Fall came suddenly this year. One morning I woke up wanting an extra blanket and since then I’ve been carrying a cardigan everywhere I go and drinking hot tea instead of iced. I’ve also embraced fall accessories. It’s still not quite cool enough to wear turtle necks, but I have pulled out a few silk scarves and on the weekends I’m hiding my beadhead with a knitted beanie. The soft, fitted caps are perfect for adding coziness and concealing greasy roots. Click the notes to learn how to wear this seasonal accessory. –Laura Martin 

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