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Taylor Swift may be the queen of the celebrity spat, but there’s no argument over her bangs. Deep-set and full, her fringe is one of the best. It grazes her brows beautifully, bringing focus down to her alluring peepers. For those at home, getting a bang is a great way to make your eyes your focal point, and change up your look –– without losing length. Click style notes for expert tips on styling bangs.  Click for StyleNotes →



Once upon a time sleek bobs and flatirons dictated our hair regimes. But thankfully we’ve loosened up, and wave and curl has made its well-anticipated return. In the latest testimony for texture, bountiful coils and tousled locks were seen all over the 2016 MTV European Music Awards red carpet. Anne-Marie and Zara Larson delivered two of the most notable looks, showing how curls can be applied to shorter and longer lengths.  As Europe’s most revered young musicians and bands rocked the red carpet, daring and textured hair was the look of the night. To get an amped-up look of your own, with just the right amount of curl, see steps below. . .  Click for StyleNotes →

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I started wearing earrings every day when I first went pixie short back in 1998. Since then, I’ve amassed quite a collection of hoops, studs, and chandeliers. When my hair is chin length or above I wear a pair almost every day, but when its longer I often forget about earrings for so long that when I do don a pair my tender lobes can barely take the weight. Determined to get back in the habit of adorning my ears without constantly wearing some sort of updo, I’ve devised a series of looks to keep my hair down and still show off my favorite jewelry. Learn my style secrets in the notes. ––  Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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When people are growing their hair out from a pixie cut they usually hate the first few months while they wait for the length of the sides and top to catch up with the back, but this is also the time when they’ll get the most complements. As the front grows, if you continue to cut the back length (which will otherwise turn into a mullet) the result is a crisp bob-like line in the nape with piecey sides, a long bang, and lots of texture. Its fun, feminine, and carefree. But you don’t have to go pixie-short first to achieve this look, learn more in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

With the holiday season coming up, creating party hair styles is easier than ever with jeweled accents. Do like Elle does and pop on a shimmery head piece to make a statement. An embellished accessory will complement your look no matter what hair style you choose, whether it be down, an up-do, or anything in between. What do you think of this look?