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Created by ARROJO Studio SoHo colorist Meagan Behrent at the Best of the Best Show in Atlanta, we love the orangey hue in this pixie razor cut by Nick Arrojo. Orange is not normally a desirable hair hue, as it is most often associated with the brassy tones one finds when blondes go bad, but this is something different entirely. Dimensional, bright, edgy and deliberate the color works with the cut, makeup and styling to create a look bathed in high fashion modernity. Steal the professional Goldwell color formula in the notes.

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Brigitte Bardot is an icon for women and men. Her nonchalant sex appeal, wild freedom, and activism made her a powerful role model. Yet her hairdo should not be underestimated in her rise to international idol. Her voluminous half-up half-down hairstyle paired with loose waves made bouffants the style de jour, and her look is still copied today. With the right amount of teasing, you too can bounce around town looking sultry and flirty and fabulous. Get our easy guide in the notes. . .  Click for StyleNotes →




It finally feels like Fall, an occasion-filled season offering lots of opportunity to whip out sexy, tumbled and textured tresses filled with volume. But not too many of us were born with bombshell body and bounce, so, like Bardot, you’ve got to fake that extra oomph. From lift inducing whip to thickening dry shampoos, there are products designed to make going from flat and fuddy-duddy to bouncy bodacious bombshell as easy as pie and as quick as a flash. Click through for our top picks. . . Click for StyleNotes →




This fiery, smokey red captures the flavor of an intense chipotle pepper. On the spectrum of reds this color falls in between natural and electric with a vibrancy that’s balanced, not overpowering. The depth of the color makes it easier to wear than more vibrant reds but with enough intensity to satisfy the most devoted redheads. Get the professional formula to create this spicy shade in the notes. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →