From the daily archives: "Thursday, June 16, 2016"

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Photo: Roberto Cavalli Runway F.W 14/15

Trying to squeeze a gym session in between work, drinks, errands and sleep? As a modern girl on-on-the-go I’m sure you are used to multitasking. Finding a spare moment to touch up your hair post gym can be challenging when you’re already sprinting to your next activity. Lucky for us modern ladies, there are hair solutions that are quick and easy to execute but provide max style impact. All you need is a comb and some bobby pins and you’ll be set to take on a power lunch right after power lifting. Click through to the notes to get the know-how.  –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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Photo: Getty Images via stylebistro.com

Rose Byrne always seems to be on-trend in an understated way. She keeps it simple and never looks like she’s trying too hard. Case in point: her take on the rose-gold trend in the form of peachy-gold baby lights. The color lends a soft glow to her pale complexion and adds a bit of interest to her muted brown base. Learn to get this gorgeous hue for yourself in the notes. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Photos: Getty, Instagram user jenatkinshair

My long bob suffers from what I call “Mary Tyler Moore Syndrome.” Despite my best efforts, it flips out at the ends instead of under. Not a cute flick, but a full-on semi-circle of curve across the entire bottom edge. It drives me crazy, and I’ve seen many of my clients fight the same thing. When I cut an un-layered shoulder-length shape I usually start with a caution: Warning! Hair may flip! But this problem never seems to happen to celebrities, for one simple reason, their lobs are all A-line. Cutting hair shorter in the back, so that it sits on top of the shoulders, makes it want to kick under instead of out. It’s a trick embraced by Chrissy Teigen, Jennifer Lawrence, and Jennifer Aniston, just to name a few. Is this trick right for you? Click the notes to find out.  –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →