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Her explanation of R&B may have lacked luster, but Zendaya can still pull off a shimmering hairdo. Seen walking the red carpet to the Billboard Music Awards, the popster shows off a sleek straight style, reminiscent of the keratin-straight look made famous in the ‘90s. This glamorous high shine finish is great for a night on the town. Learn how to recreate it at home. . .   Click for StyleNotes →

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I grew up in the nineties and I still have a soft spot for grunge, which probably explains why I’m a sucker for olive, moss, dusky rose, and all the other muted, muddy shades that were cool then. And while Kelly green isn’t really a color that looks good on anyone, this deep mossy hue is actually quite flattering. You get all the edge of wearing a crayon box shade without the limitations on clothing and makeup. Plus, less vivd hues tend to last longer. This plush shade reminds of both moss and crushed velvet. Get the formula and tips on application in the notes. ––  Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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There are lots of products that fight humidity, but a truly rainy day is hard to do battle with. Instead of fighting, embrace spring showers! You might just end up loving wet weather. This style softens wet look texture by adding volume, creating a stylish look that reminds us of ‘90s supermodels. It’s easy to create and will only look better if it encounters bad weather. Learn to create it in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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Zig zag parts were huge in the 1990s and early 2000s. If you knew me then you would have seen me with a great zig zag part and mini butterfly clips. This style may have died but you can resurrect it and make it look modern and chic with a few steps. Click the notes for more. –Kelly Rowe

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