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Gap-toothed model Lindsey Wixson is one of the hottest properties in fashion right now. No doubt thinking about their own Lipstick Index, Dior commissioned famed photographer Terry Richardson to capture her perfect pout for their Fall magazine. Including luscious locks and some provocative messages written in lipstick, this lighthearted spread is as pretty as it is cheeky. See all images below.
Mindful, no doubt, that other big hitting celebs would soon be posting pictures of their new fall ‘do on Instagram, middling actress Ashley Tisdale got in early, posting this image of her new strawberry blonde hair color a few weeks ago. Though it’s quite lovely, we’ve waited till now because it seems more fitting for fall, with the lustrous tone reminiscent of the hazy sunsets of late September. Want some ideas for a a similar hue? Click the notes.
summer damage
Traditionally, summer was a time when even the most dedicated blonde bombshells didn’t have to get too much hair color, instead allowing natural sunlight and tanned skin to effortlessly enhance beauty. But with the advent of pastel shades, ombre, and other creative color services a lot of girls are coming out of summer with a rainbow of faded or even over-processed shades. What is one to do to get beautiful shiny locks back for fall? Find out below.


Leave it to the ladies of Rodarte to create the stand out hair accessory of the season. The designers are known to have an affection for unique beauty adornments ( I’m still loving the previous season’s crystal eyeliner embellishments and eyebrow rings). But the Spring 2016 show as all focused on hair, more specifically decorative statement barrettes. The beauty team made sure to adorn models’ texturized strands with unique and unexpected placements creating a modern crown look. Styled with the collection’s intricate appliqués, lace, and sequins, the trinket’s made a big case for more is more. I’m sure we’ll be seeing them in H&M in two weeks. For more looks from the show, click through to style notes. –Michelle Rotbart

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