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Whatever your job, it is usually what you are best at, whether that’s through talent or practice. And people then start to ask you to help them, outside of work, with your expertise. Like the mechanic who fixes the neighbors car or the photographer roped into to shooting the wedding of a friend. Similarly, hair stylists know exactly what to do with their own hair everyday. and most of the time do it unthinking, with an effortless flick. Click the notes for hair stylist hair habits you should steal from the pros. 

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tousled hair

Many of us love tousled hair because there’s no pressure. No need to keep everything in place totally perfectly. You actually want your hair to be messy and out of place. A little beachy or a bit windblown are things that you’re looking for when getting your hair into its tousled state. However, there is an art to messing up your hair in the correct way. Every time you see a model or celebrity looking perfectly disheveled you know there’s a pro behind it. To learn how to get perfectly imperfect strands, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart

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If quintessential autumn, off-duty New York style is a combination of heavy knits and windblown hair, then the look for spring is definitely a combination of leather motorcycle jackets and laid-back tresses. Seriously, take a look around, who isn’t rocking a cool leather jacket? This could also be an it look, since so many celebrity couples and cool single gals also don this laissez-faire style. Just take a peak at Dakota Johnson and boyfriend Matthew Hitt matching looks or Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s Balenciaga and bun. Based on this week’s meh weather forecast, I think you’ll still have plenty of time to wear this great downtown look. Click through to style notes for inspiration on how to rock this cool-girl combination. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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For top models like Karlie Kloss, February is one of the busiest months of the year with fashion weeks in New York, Paris, London and Milan. Lesser-knowns may only walk in a couple of shows, but an in-demand model like Karlie wears the full range of a season’s trends over the course of a few weeks. Karlie’s fashion week looks range from bombshell volume to no nonsense braids, these are the trends to try in the upcoming year. Click the notes to learn more. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →


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Todashi Shoji’s fall collection was daring and understated. Many of the looks featured tattoo patterned mesh combined and intricate cutouts. The palette was dark and simple; many of the looks were solid black. Makeup was nude except for a smokey metallic eye and hair was textured, loose, and damp, but with lots of definition. The models looked, not air-dried, but as if they’d been caught in a storm. The result was both grungy and glamorous, with fullness and defined texture that showed off layers and fringe. Lean to create the look at home in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →