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Hairdresser to royalty, Kate Middleton’s stylist Daniel Hersheon is making a big splash with his collection simply titled Eight Cuts. The Eight Cuts collection is eight hairstyles that were derived from iconic looks like Debbie Harry, Linda Evangelista, Stevie Nicks and other fashion and beauty icons. The looks are classic with modern updates. With the trend moving towards more true haircuts and less long with extensions, this is something to keep your eye on. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe 

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Magical, otherworldly styles reminiscent of legends will make you feel preternaturally beautiful. This magical mane combines wispy tendrils, romantic twines and a mesh of pastel hues. To allure with your own enchanting look, click the style notes for step-by-step instructions. –– Laura Martin

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hairshow

This hairstyle was created for a recent ARROJO hair show. A razor-cut bob with extra length deliberately left around the face-frame, the style features tapered edges, wispy bangs, and interior texture working together to create a youthful and beautiful style. This look is a great example of vanguard contemporary cuts: a geometric shape is put into place to create structure, while the straightedge blade is used to soften and loosen the the inside of the cut, adding weightlessness, modern swing and movement. Learn more about this style below.

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model off duty

This week marks the beginning of the Fall 2014 Couture presentations in Paris, which means beautiful and elaborate gowns, celebrities, models, and our most favorite model-off-duty-hair. What’s not to love about the disheveled undone beauty seen on models between shows? Epitomizing that lived-in messy-chic vibe, their hair always seems to fall perfectly. And while we may not be getting our hands on a ten-thousand dollar dress any time soon, the effortlessly textured tresses of a model-of-duty is somewhat easier to snag. Click through to style notes to learn how. –– Michelle Rotbart

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