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Taken from the new ARROJO Trend Release for 2019, COLLECTIVE, this image highlights a style perfect for your Valentine’s Day Date Night. The deep side part and tousled swoosh encourage an admirer’s eyes to drift across all your prettiest facial features, like cheekbones, chin, lips and eyes. With a blowdryer, your hands and some well-chosen products you can create this look in 15 minutes. Learn how in the style notes.  Click for StyleNotes →

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This year’s Met Gala theme was Manus X Machina: Fashion In an Age of Technology. The red carpet was full of metallics, intricate embellishments and clever cutouts. In fact, the clothes were so interesting that hair and makeup were easy to miss, but a closer look revealed some stunning styles including these looks written about by my fellow blogger, Michelle Rotbart. But most memorable for me was Rita Ora’s sleek bun topping a geometric arrangement of mirrors. This style was perfect for the red carpet, but could also add some sparkle to your festival attire or even top your favorite date night ensemble. Best of all, this look is a cinch to recreate; learn how in the notes. — Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Showing just a bit of something feels erotic: off-the-shoulder tops, peep-toed shoes, long, slit skirts. This principle applies to hair too. Pulling hair up completely to reveal the face and neck doesn’t feel nearly as erotic as leaving it loose, but tucking it in such a way as to cover most of the neck and the side of the face, but revealing the ear. The result is surprisingly flirtatious, even alluring, but in a way that feels unintentional, almost accidental. Try it on your next date. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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When contemplating the perfect hairstyle to complement your new cocktail dress, a ponytail may not be the first thing that comes to mind. You probably associate the pony with lazy Saturdays or your gym routine. But don’t underestimate this apparently simple style. With a minor adjustment or two your casual tail can transform into a glamorous party ‘do. Click the notes to find out how. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →