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Shoulder-length hairstyles are usually styled sleek and smooth, or allowed to air dry for the natural texture of a wash and wear style. But adding bouncy volume is another great option. Extra oomph is always sexy, especially when paired with tousled waves. The image above is a great example. The off -center center part creates soft asymmetry for fulsome waves to hang deliciously off of the shoulder. This style works best on minimally layered cuts that sit on – or just above or below – the shoulder. Click through the style notes for tips on getting lots of body in mid-length hairstyles. Click for StyleNotes →

 

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Cold and wind, rain and sleet and snow all contribute towards making this the most difficult season to care for tresses. The biggest problem was, is, and ever shall be frizz. The combination of blustering winds, dank days, and snowballs can leave hair incredibly dry and lacking moisture, so as soon as you try to style strands, they simply tuft together in a puffy frizz ball. How matronly! But it doesn’t have to be that way. The right regimen makes styling easier. For tips for your best ever season of winter hair care, click style notes.

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jordana brewster

In this heat and constant frizz inducing weather, I’m always looking for a magical hair trick that will make me look somewhat normal. So when I spotted a fabulous Jordana Brewster at the Teen Choice Awards last week with cool twists, I knew she was doing something right––LA is boiling right now. Even better, somehow Jordana’s twist didn’t have a single pin insight. After a little bit of research, I was able to track down Jordana’s secret trick from her stylist Kylee Heath. Click through to style notes to learn how to get a similar look. –-Michelle Rotbart

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Girl with long hair

Keratin treatments were all the rage a few years back when straight styles were in. These “miracle” treatments made hair ultra straight without the damage of a chemical relaxer. As time has gone on we have seen keratin treatments evolve, become safer, and offer the option of reducing frizz without making the style stick straight, which keeps keratin up to date with modern texture trends. So, what exactly are keratin treatments? Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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Sent to us by Alex Efstratiou, stylist at ARROJO NYC, this look was created for the ARROJO Underground Trend Forecast Show. Inspired by the clash between glamor and grunge that melds into New York’s street-inspired styles, Alex used a clever combination of scissor and razor cutting to create this style. Read Alex’s own thoughts in the notes.

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