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power play hair colleciton

Crisp edged cuts, saturated hair colors, and sleek black jackets define the looks of the latest Scruples collection. The models gaze seductively from behind thick fringe. Their sleek strands tousled just enough to reveal playful bits of internal texture. The looks are feminine and powerful, strong and elegant. Learn more about these inspiring styles in the style notes. –Laura Martin 

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pixie hybrids

For some, going short is bold enough, but for those that have years of experience with cropped cuts these shapes offer some refreshing alternatives to the classics. Bright colors, undercut areas, and disconnections make these stunning shapes feel ultra-fresh. Learn more about each look in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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asymmetric hair

We tend to associate long hair with a softer, more conservative aesthetic and short hair with drama and edginess. But the bob trend has turned our ideas about short hair on their head. We’ve seen above the shoulder cuts that are just as pretty, understated and feminine as their long counterparts. This cut explores the opposite principle, bringing edge and asymmetry to a below the shoulder length. Steep angles and delicately tapered points keep the geometric lines of this cut from feeling blocky, and the short fringe gives structure and balance to the angled length. Learn more about edgy long shapes in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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ponytail cover

Long ponytails have been seen everywhere this year. At the international catwalks, celebrity weddings, and of course all the Hollywood red carpet events. They are a gorgeous way to wear your hair in a more polished way without looking too overdone. Most of the stylish ponytails go to great lengths, so clip-in extensions offer a fast way to get the look. But don’t fret, even if you don’t have super long locks, all the ponytails this season are wearable and sexy. To see some of my favorite looks, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart

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zigzag

Zig zag parts were huge in the 1990s and early 2000s. If you knew me then you would have seen me with a great zig zag part and mini butterfly clips. This style may have died but you can resurrect it and make it look modern and chic with a few steps. Click the notes for more. –Kelly Rowe

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