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Are you a bottle blonde who cries at the sight of outgrown roots? You are in luck because there is a new less maintenance trend in town— rooted blonde.

Its true blonde has been the top trend for the past year and while it is still trending (and probably will be for a while), this little tweak can keep your hair and your wallet looking pristine.

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Singer Ciara isn’t the first person I used to think of when it came to great style, but over the last year the 29-year-old new mom has seriously upgraded her look. From fashion deals and well-styled red carpet appearances to being a muse to Ricacardo Tisci for Givenchy, Ciara is now a fashion insider. The singer/muse is known to have fun with her hair, so when she was spotted on the red carpet at the American Music Awards with a modern updo, everyone took notice. The hair was fashioned into a clean and slick low bun with a middle part. The face-framing tendrils made the look, with the needed detail complementing her intricately beaded gown all while giving a lived-in appeal to the outfit. Bravo Ciara! I’ll definitely be watching you now. To see some my favorite looks from this style star, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart  Click for StyleNotes →

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Shoulder grazing looks and lob-bob styles can look great but they can also look a bit bland. Get the right cut, the right color, and the right style and you will have your friends wanting your look and they will for sure be asking where you get your hair done. Get the wrong one and you may be wishing you never went for the chop. How can you love your length and upgrade the look to cool, edgy, and young? Click the notes. –– Kelly Rowe

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After more than a year of flashing us her long flaxen locks, Ciara turned to Instagram to announce she’s “Back 2 My Black…Oh How I Missed U…” Whatever the impetus for the change, the look is a great fit for Fall. The sultrily dark tone benefits from a few caramel blonde highlights around the face, which keeps Ciara emblazoned with the rock and roll spirit. Going from blonde to brunette is more difficult than you may think, and is best achieved with a steady change of color over time. So if you want to go back to your darker roots this autumn, click style notes for our professional tips.

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