One of the ingenious things that the truly cool do is pull off looks that other people intentionally avoid. ‘IT’ girls know how to rock mom jeans, ugly sweaters, and scrunchies. They know how to pair fitted pieces with oversized ones. They know that small imperfections make them look more appealing. They know exactly which rules they can break. This boxy, blunt haircut is often referred to as “triangle head.” It’s one of those styles that most people avoid, and that’s what makes it so cool. Worn with fluffy volume and flicked ends, this cut looks chic and effortless. Learn more about pulling off the look in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →
Clean lines look, chic, modern and expensive, especially if they are perfectly tailored. Like a well-fitted suit, this classic cut has timeless appeal because it offers a flattering shape that is easily customized. The quality of the lines and the shape and length of the fringe individualize the look. It’s a great update to the long bobs that reigned last year. Click the notes to learn more about getting this shape custom tailored for your own unique style and features. –– Laura MartinClick for StyleNotes →
In the 1920s, when bobs first came into style, the cut was associated with the controversial flapper movement. Still wanting to be fashionable, less daring ladies wore their hair waved and pinned into head hugging shapes. Today, we know bobs are here to stay, but if you want the look without the commitment, this coif is a beautiful way to fake a shorter style. Get your own flapper inspired look in a few easy steps….
Usually when we talk about celebrity hair transformations we’re referring to big changes—like Kim Kardashian’s cameo as a platinum blonde—and some of these are glorious, but the best hair transformations aren’t necessarily about going to extremes. Sometimes a few inches off the length, a new bang, or a tonal shift can provide stunning results. Click the notes for pictures of the best celebrity hair makeovers of 2015. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →