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Once a runway for jaw-dropping femininity and daring Hollywood looks, the red carpet is transforming into more of street-style spectacle, especially for hair.  Case in point, the 2017 SAG Awards.  Noticeably absent were the hair-sprayed tresses and the over-the-top up-dos seen many times before at red-carpet events.  This time, there was a new look in town: The undone, street-inspired natural and wavy textures that are already ruling 2017. Chrissy Teigen, Brie Larson and Natalie Portman were just a few of the stars rocking natural tresses in a pinned-up or down style with perfectly imperfect presentation.  See below for more of my favorite SAG hair looks. –– Brittany Weiner 

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My long bob suffers from what I call “Mary Tyler Moore Syndrome.” Despite my best efforts, it flips out at the ends instead of under. Not a cute flick, but a full-on semi-circle of curve across the entire bottom edge. It drives me crazy, and I’ve seen many of my clients fight the same thing. When I cut an un-layered shoulder-length shape I usually start with a caution: Warning! Hair may flip! But this problem never seems to happen to celebrities, for one simple reason, their lobs are all A-line. Cutting hair shorter in the back, so that it sits on top of the shoulders, makes it want to kick under instead of out. It’s a trick embraced by Chrissy Teigen, Jennifer Lawrence, and Jennifer Aniston, just to name a few. Is this trick right for you? Click the notes to find out.  –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →


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I’ll never say no to a great braid; I’m always looking for plait inspiration. Lately I’ve been eyeing it girls like Joan Smalls, Olivia Palermo, and Chrissy Teigen—they all posses a lovely braid game. Their twined tresses are always full bodied, lived-in and perfectly imperfect. How do these girls pull it off? Is it a major Hollywood secret? Not really, the secret is actually quite simple, and with the help of a hairstylist friend I figured out the little nuance that can help you to achieve this look as well. Get the scoop below. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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Bronde is turning out to be the biggest color trend of summer. But bronde isn’t a one-hue-fits-all trend. It’s actually a spectrum of shades ranging from buttery caramel to smokey taupe. The term also covers a variety of placements: a single shade, a subtle fade, or a dimensional blend. The looks above illustrate a few possibilities; click the style notes for more inspiration. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Call me obsessed, but I love Chrissy Teigan. If she was any more perfectly imperfect her name would spell shabby-chic. Whether she’s being daring by cutting her long hair into a lob or playing up a favorite look, her style is what dreams are made of. We recently spotted her rocking a crush-worthy pony, both elegant and super voluminous. If you’re a fan of texture and curls, click through to style notes to learn how to emulate Chrissy’s glam look. –– Michelle Rotbart

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