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Fashion Blogger Leonie Sophie of Ohh Couture (www.ohhcouture.com) has a sophisticated, understated style features lots of earth tones, clean lines and bespoke tailoring. She also has a fantastic signature hairstyle. The look features a deep side part that falls seductively over one eye, lots of sexy wisps, and a low ponytail tucked into a soft loop. The effect is casual but very chic. It pairs beautifully with a wide range of ensembles, and is easy to create at home. Learn how in the style notes. –Kelly Rowe

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Bronde and red are both forecast to be big trend for the coming year, so why not combine them? This sunny hue is a blend of caramel and copper that hits both trends simultaneously. It’s subtle enough to work even on people who can’t usually wear red, and works on both warm and cool skin tones. Click the style notes for the formula and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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We love head-turning hair color, especially hot-hot pink! With her latest look of fluorescent pink, shorter bob, and piecey fringe Nicole Richie could put us in a neck brace. It’s certainly an antidote to the doldrums of winter. If you feel like livening up your look with a similar hue, click notes to get tips on how to be a hair chameleon like Nicole. –– Kelly Rowe

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It’s Super Bowl Sunday and if you are like the rest of America, you will be getting together with friends and family to cheer on your favorite team and indulge in endless amounts of beer and food. Having a great and easy hairstyle for your party will ensure that you keep your strands out of your face during your celebrating and munching on buffalo wings. Click the notes to find out how to get the looks pictured above. –– Kelly Rowe

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Excessive hair cleansing can be a killer. The product you use the most is the one that gives you the most trouble. Shampoo is something we all need. It removes product buildup, gives a fresh scent, and gets hair in the soft and pliable state that makes restyling easy. But it’s not something you need to put over your whole head every time you step in the shower. Click the notes for details about your shampoo and how to stop over washing. –– Kelly Rowe

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