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Made for the ARROJO Underground Trend Forecast Show, this color, cut and style uses space-age inspiration to create an other-worldly look. Imagined by Corrinn Dinan, the micro-fringe is one of the summer’s hot trends while the aggressive layering, blunt ends, and scintillating color tops off a dazzling image. Read more about it in the notes.

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Paul Merritt is a British editorial and celebrity stylist who works with Jennifer Lawrence and other A-listers. Splitting his time between London and New York, he now takes clients once a week at ARROJO NYC. To announce himself to New York’s creative community, he created a new editorial, Black Light. Taken from the collection, this image inspires us for the contemporary shape and form, and for the remarkable cotton candy texture–– which looks as light as air. Read Paul’s thought’s about this look in the notes.

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Cut by Corrinn Dinan, colored by Blaine Lewis, two talented stylists from ARROJO NYC this is a perfect on trend and easy to wear long hairstyle for girls about town. The long, side-parted layers give the hair lots of room to swing and move and create playful bouncy shapes and textures, while the dimensional chocolate and caramel highlights creates soft and shimmering effects with lots of brightness around the face frame. Learn more about this sultry style in the notes.

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At Style Noted towers we spend a lot of time perusing hair imagery. Lately, we’ve spotted a return of the bowl. There’s even an Instagram account dedicated to its revival. Although the bowl can fail if the suitability is not right or if the cut is not bespoke, modern high-fashion interpretations are adding beautiful design details to this classic look; the picture above, for example, is an asymmetrical half-bowl with splashes of dusty lavender hand-painted on. It was sent to us Corrinn Dinan, stylist at ARROJO NYC, and you can read her inspirations for this style look in the notes.

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