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It’s a new year and with it many of us make resolutions to look better and do better. However, we all know that drastic ambitions and promises tend to fail fairly quickly. So this year, we’re suggesting we all take little steps to improve and make our great hair resolutions actually doable. It’s far more productive to make small adjustments everyday rather than drastic quick fixes. You’ll be more likely to stick to your new plan and you’ll end up with the hair of your dreams. Ready to get started? Click through to style notes to get the know-how. Here’s to a year of great hair.

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Have you ever gotten a fantastic haircut, one you were so pleased with that at your next appointment you ask your stylist to do exactly the same thing, only to end up with a cut that while similar is definitely not the same? If you’ve experienced this—and most of us have—you may think your stylist has made a mistake or forgotten what he/she did previously, but the truth is more complicated. A haircut has a geometric foundation, but it also relies on creative detailing, growth patterns, and styling. Click the notes to learn more about the factors that create deviations in your haircut and why they shouldn’t make you lose faith in your stylist. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Most of us are our own worst critics. I often hear women complain that they dislike the roundness of their face or the fullness of their cheekbones, but usually what they’re perceiving is an illusion created by their hairstyle. Many trendy looks—center parts, geometric bobs, and long bangs just to name a few—can foreshorten or square off the face while other styles will lengthen and elongate. Click the note to learn how to style your hair for a longer, leaner look. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →



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Vogue recently called out the twisty towel as the hair accessory of the moment, as they caught many celebrities on Instagram snapping posts with their tendrils wrapped in fluffy towels post swim or après-shower. Far be it from me to judge Vogue on what’s in style, but I doubt we’ll be catching any it-gals strolling down 5th Ave with their hair wrapped in a bath towel. What is important to note however, is the type of towel you should be using to dry your tendrils. For your hair’s sake, it’s important to use one that cuts your drying time and doesn’t cause frizz or dents. To get you started, I’ve put together a list of what options you should be using for great hair.  To give these towels a twirl, click through to the notes.  –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →