ponytail

Ponytails can be a hairstyle, but often they’re more of an un-style. Ponytails happen when we’re going to the gym, or get tousled about by the wind, or are bent over a book. And it’s reasonable that sometimes we just need to get our hair out of the way. But what about when you want that other kind of ponytail, the one that’s actually a style? How do you transform throw-it-up to wear-it out? Click the style notes to find out. –– Laura Martin

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blunt cut

Everyone is always looking for new trends but the trend that is happening right now is just heading back to basics and going all blunt. Blunt haircuts can be harder to wear than most people think, especially if you have very thick hair. Click the notes for tips to follow to be on the blunt hair trend. –– Kelly Rowe

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bella hadid

Starring in the spring cover story from Grey Magazine, Bella Hadid reminds us of the vintage flair of fashionable headscarves. The sultry brunette wears jumbled curls and messy styles with colorful kerchiefs wrapped in a variety of innovative and effortlessly chic ways, creating a cool modern take on the look made famous by Jackie O. This is a trending style for the summer season; learn more about it in the notes.

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bed head

Bedhead style is a must for the summer. I feel it embodies the carefree season. But bedhead can drift easily from ‘just the right amount of sexy imperfection’ to ‘is that Medusa marauding down Broadway.’ But don’t worry, you can achieve your desired bedhead look. Everyone’s mussy style will be a little different but that alluring nonchalance of perfectly imperfect hair is a winner on any wearer. To learn how to get the best disheveled look, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart

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soft auburn

When it comes to red shades it’s the bright ones that get all the attention. But a subdued red is just as beautiful. A soft auburn like the one shown here is a delicate mix of copper, coral, gold, and ruby hues that creates a complex shimmering hue. It’s flattering on a variety of skin tones and the variety of undertones allows the color to shift, taking on the character of the surrounding shades, so it’ll never clash with your ensemble. Click the style notes for this must have formula. –– Laura Martin

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