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When you’re a modern gal on-the-go, nothing seems to to save your hair faster than a can of your favorite dry shampoo. A few pulses and your hair problems are over. But it takes time and practice to figure out how much to use and where to spray! I know I’ve had a mishap where I have worked in a little too much or used the wrong product, and ended up with white dusty roots or even greasier strands. Luckily you can avoid these issues with a few simple tips and tricks, which are in the style notes. Dry shampoo is a time-saving tool, make it work for you! –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →



Mega Sexy Volume. It’s something we’re all after. It’s practically a trademark to every beauty on the front cover of magazines and Hollywood starlets. The crucial nuances behind this look that every woman wants and every man wants to touch is softness, shine, body and most importantly a tousled quality that is just a little lived-in and a lot of sexy. Lucky for you and I, you don’t even need to head to the salon to create the volume and body we all want. Simply click through the notes and follow the steps. Your hair will be the envy of all your friends. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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As a child of the eighties I have always had a soft spot for crimps. My hair is naturally fine and prone to flatness and crimping it creates volume that doesn’t fall the way curls do. Crimps leave hair fluffy, feathery, and touchable. It’s a texture that’s sultry, like a smoky eye, and with straight hair coming back into fashion; it’s a fantastic alternative to the waves and coils that many of us rely on for root lift. Click the notes to learn the dos and don’ts of crimping. ––  Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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We think of the eighties and we tend to think frizz, blue eye shadow, scrunchies. But not all eighties fashion was over-the-top. There was a sort of innocent decadence that is often forgotten. Think about Princess Diana, Brooke Shields, Michelle Pfeiffer. These lades had soft hair, peachy makeup and big pearls; they looked youthful, innocent and sexy. The look shown here recalls the softer side of the eighties, bringing back a feminine glamour that’s been away for far too long. Learn to create it in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →


This style created by Amanda Jenkins, Master Stylist and Artistic Director of ARROJO Cosmetology School, is part of a collection titled “Transmogrify” that shows the magical transformation of modern textures. Long gone are the poodle perms and stiff curls of the 1980s; they’ve been replaced by the timeless elegance, beauty and grace of tousle, flow and soft sexy movement. Epitomizing the change, this long layer shape with full, deep set bangs and natural-looking ‘C’ shaped swirls (created using American Wave), is typical of the look the women and girls of New York now prefer. Learn more about it in the notes.

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