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long strong

As a huge hair mask fan I am always trying infuse together the perfect set of ingredients to create a mask that balances moisture and protein that helps your hair grow long and strong, soft and shiny. Finding this perfect mix can be tough, too much protein and your hair will get hard, too much moisture and your hair will be weighed down. Click the notes for my perfect strengthen and lengthen mask. –– Kelly Rowe

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Portrait of happy young woman with wet hairs in bathroom

Hair masks are something I would typically recommend leaving to the weekends. The preparation for the mask, the set time, and the heaviness your hair may get afterwards is normally not ideal for weekdays. However, if your week has started off rough and you need a bit of relaxation, try this quick at home mask to reenergize you for the rest of the week. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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lorder cover

Lorde may be a staunch feminist but that doesn’t make her averse to the casual objectification of a magazine cover shoot. After appearing on the cover of Vogue Australia, she’s quickly followed up with this Force of Nature pose for Dazed’s summer issue. According to the accompanying interview, Lorde’s “sense of self felt too permanent for anyone to fuck with.” We’ll focus on recreating her curls. Beautiful, voluminous, luxurious, you may wonder how you are going to get swirls like that. Find out in the notes.

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Trendy Hipster Girl with Sunglasses standing on the stairs

Summer is here and nothing is better than having those sun-lightened strands. When you were young, you probably got these every summer, a summer blonde from spending so much time playing outside. Nowadays, your time outside may be limited, but a few tricks can help you get back to your childhood blonde. Click the notes to get sun kissed tresses. –– Kelly Rowe

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mens tapered look

The men’s look that’s dominated the trends for the last few years has been a prohibition-era inspired disconnected shape: super short sides and back, longer disconnected top. What’s kept the look fresh season after season is variations in styling. We’ve seen it slicked back, brushed to the side, tousled, and now elevated. Gelled or waxed, roots lifted and ends flicked back, creating shape that adds a little eighties influence to the twenties inspiration for a look that’s part dapper and part skater. Pair it with a denim jacket or a fitted suit. –– Laura Martin

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