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It finally feels like Fall, an occasion-filled season offering lots of opportunity to whip out sexy, tumbled and textured tresses filled with volume. But not too many of us were born with bombshell body and bounce, so, like Bardot, you’ve got to fake that extra oomph. From lift inducing whip to thickening dry shampoos, there are products designed to make going from flat and fuddy-duddy to bouncy bodacious bombshell as easy as pie and as quick as a flash. Click through for our top picks. . . Click for StyleNotes →

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We’ve seen bobs of all shapes and sizes over the last few years: long bobs, wavy bobs, stacked curly bobs, and short choppy bobs. Strangely enough, what we haven’t seen is a lot of is the classic, a one-length blunt bob that falls somewhere between chin and mid-neck. That’s about to change. This fall, bobs are going polished and sleek. Ready to take your bob in chic new direction? Click the notes to learn the essentials of the classic. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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A bright silk lining elevates a well-made bag or coat, and now it can do the same thing for your hair. Placing a lighter veil on the underside of your hair illuminates your face and neck, softens the edge, and adds interest without breaking up the clean lines of a classic shape. From Victoria’s Secret model Romee Strijd to singer/actress Mandy Moore, celebrities are embracing the technique, which adds interest to classic shapes and long flowing lengths. Click the notes to learn more about this surfacing trend. ––  Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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A fresh haircut is exciting, but it can also be a little awkward. The first few days of a new cut, it never looks quite right. Have you ever wondered why? Is it simply because you’re getting used to seeing something different or is it really true that a haircut settles over time, that it actually looks better once it’s been lived in? The truth is its a bit of both. Click the notes for details. Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →