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What makes J-Law sexy is that she doesn’t give a damn. Here she is at the LA premiere  of the final and most anticipated installment of her money-spinning franchise, so one might think she’d put her hair up, or at least blow it out and make it shiny. But The Law’s having none of it. Instead, she wears a gritty air-dried natural texture bob that sings the insouciant song of the easygoing siren. Want to recreate this look for weekend shopping and brunch dates? Learn how in the notes.  Click for StyleNotes →

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Few style icons have held up as well to the passage of time as Jane Birkin. Her free-spirited look feels as fresh today as it did fifty years ago. She a had natural penchant for timeless pieces: pea coats, t-shirts, flats, simple gold necklaces. Her hairstyle was similarly classic. Woodsy brown, long piecey bangs, and minimal layers look as fresh today as they did in the sixties. Birkin’s look is easy to adapt for anyone with fine hair. Click the style notes for steps to stealing her signature hairstyle. ––Laura Martin

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Searching for a fresh new look for the weekend? This hippy-chic headband, seventies center-part, and cascading beach wave combine to create luxurious bohemian style. Slender, round the head headbands are back in fashion this season; they are the ideal accessory for the soft, sultry waves that everybody loves. Casual and carefree, this raging trend is easy to replicate. To find out how, click style notes.

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Piecey disheveled texture sits around the eyes and below the jaw in this funky style. Rumpled tips give this cut a carefree, grown out feeling that lends effortless coolness. Paired with oversized sunglasses and natural makeup the cut provides a breezy, urban look that’s perfect for spring. The short layers on top make it an easy grow out from a short shape, and the length, which sits below the collar bone, gives a sense of security if you’re used to longer shapes. Read the style notes for tips on getting this cut, and styling it. –– Laura Martin

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