We are happy to announce a new weekly segment that will be featured on Style Noted called Wednesday Wisdom. We have teamed up with ARROJO, the cutting-edge NYC hair salon pioneered by the world-renowned stylist, Nick Arrojo. Some of you may know him from his time spent on TLC’s What Not To Wear or from his many hair shows around the globe. His modern creative hair cutting and styling techniques have been passed down to his talented students and stylists at each of his salon locations.
Happy first day of spring! As the weather begins to warm up, so can your style. If Fashion Week SS17 has taught us anything, it’s that the 80’s power curl is very much alive and thriving. Gone are the days of sleek straight styles. Curls and texture are the hair trends this year and if you don’t have volume, you are missing out!
Tonight is the night we have all been waiting for, the premiere of the remake of Disney’s tale as old as time, Beauty and the Beast. Our 90’s nostalgia is at an all-time high seeing the British bombshell, Emma Watson, play the smart, strong and sophisticated princess Belle.
Once upon a time sleek bobs and flatirons dictated our hair regimes. But thankfully we’ve loosened up, and wave and curl has made its well-anticipated return. In the latest testimony for texture, bountiful coils and tousled locks were seen all over the 2016 MTV European Music Awards red carpet. Anne-Marie and Zara Larson delivered two of the most notable looks, showing how curls can be applied to shorter and longer lengths. As Europe’s most revered young musicians and bands rocked the red carpet, daring and textured hair was the look of the night. To get an amped-up look of your own, with just the right amount of curl, see steps below. . . Click for StyleNotes →