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While shopping for last minute gifts at the Union Square Holiday Market, I discovered amazing ornate and metallic headbands by Avigail Adam and I’m obsessed. With my currently packed schedule of holiday parties and dinners, I’m into anything that will keep me looking glamorous with the least amount of effort. Avigail’s handmade designs, which are inspired by the fashion and culture of ancient civilizations, add just the right amount of bohemian sparkle and glam. They’re easy to use and perfect for the girl on-the-go. If you stop by the booth, Avigail will even personally choose a style for you and show you how to wear it. From gold blooming flower hair sticks to silver wreath headbands, my trend senses ares saying these accessories are definitely a do for this and every season. Click through to the notes to see some of my favorite pieces. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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We use the term stardust to describe a magical, romantic quality. It’s also used to delineate celebrity and charisma. This shade lives up to both meanings. It’s sparkling and light, angelic and glamorous. Best of all, this hue is made with a highlift blonde and a glaze, a much gentler process than typical lightener. Click the style notes for the formulas and tips on application. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

dascha polanco

Sleek, damp roots usually give a just-out-of-the shower vibe that’s about looking effortless and athletic. But Dascha’s sculpted waves add glamour while keeping the easy-going vibe of mixed wet and dry textures. Her blend of loose and structured, vintage and contemporary, feels fresh and very cool. Paired with diamond studs and a crisp white jacket this look is a whole new take on Hollywood glamour. Learn to create it in the style notes. –Laura Martin 

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The celebrity fashion and beauty looks seen during every award season are becoming just as influential, if not so avant-garde, as the styles that amble down the catwalks of Paris, London, Milan, and New York. Camila Alves seems to have caught on to the current zeitgeist with a sleek yet wavy style oozing old Hollywood glamour. To learn to create such a style at home, click notes.

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blowdryer

I’m the kind of girl who would never pick extra time for blowdrying over extra time for beauty sleep. It’s one reason I love dry shampoo –– less struggling with a blower and a brush, more shut-eye, and still great hair! But there are times when a girl needs to look and feel extra glamorous and beautiful. So I’ve been busy finding cool tips and tricks to help me wash and blow and go when I need to look fab, but don’t want the 5am alarm call. Click through to style notes to get the details. –– Michelle Rotbart

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