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After the Ashley Madison shake down, the sanctity of marriage is feeling a little deflowered. So this is a perfectly timed editorial from the Australian Sunday Times. Highlighting the whimsical, ethereal beauty of the bride, the lacy designs, and dreamy hair and makeup, go together to make us want to waltz down the aisle once more. See the full array of beautiful images in the notes.

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pink pastel hair

Of all the pastel shades pink is by far the most popular. We’ve seen it on celebs we would never expect to embrace avant garde trends: Rachel McAdams, January Jones, and even Helen Mirren. Perhaps even more surprising, each of them pulled off the look. Even though it’s far from natural, pink hair seems less extreme than other crayon-box shades. What is it about pink hair that we find so appealing? Click the notes to find out. –– Laura Martin

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braided bun

It may have cooled down this weekend but there is still a month of summer to go, which means there will be lots more days when it will be best to keep your hair off your neck. While there are multiple options like pony, topknots, and braids to try out, I’m feeling the braided bun. It’s a combination of two styles that I love and will certainly keep you feeling cool and looking hot. For a more wearable interpretation of the photo above, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart

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This season’s bridal collections are in. Jilting traditional gowns and formal updos, most new look books feature gypsy-inspired bohemia. Lacy dresses and hair flowing down combine to create dreamy and ethereal aesthetics. Epitomizing the new zeitgeist, Free People’s ‘FPEverAfter’ collection is one of the best in class. Including fresh ideas for how to wear your hair on your special day, see the full spread in the notes.

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blue hair

Spring styles don’t always have to be delicate and pastel. You can step out of the confines and try something saturated and bold without looking like you are in the wrong season. Click the notes for how to achieve this blue spring queen look. –– Kelly Rowe

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