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If you’ve ever wondered how your hairstylist is able to make your locks look so good, I’ve got some good news for you: a lot of it is the product. Yes, your stylist has skills, but he/she has also perfected the art of product usage. Every styling aid has it’s place, but there are a few that stand out from the pack, products that perform multiple functions and work on almost everyone. A good stylist knows the art of product isn’t just about selection, it’s also how much you use, when you apply it, and what area of the head it goes on. Click the notes for a list of professional hairdressers MVPs and multiple ways to use each one. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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This image is taken from the Holographic collection by Ashley Kowalsky and Zach Norman. As a creative hair color technique, Holographic blends the trendsetting art of hair painting with the vanguard art of air brushing, which uses compressed air to apply color in tailored gradients, creating light intensity and illumination that drifts with the shape of the style. The technique enables creative color creations and placements, exemplified by this long length featuring ribbons of blue, red and yellow. Steal this look in the notes.  Click for StyleNotes →

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In the beauty industry, “natural” rarely means untampered with, it usually signifies something closer to “believable,” a look that at least feasibly could occur in nature. We’ve gotten pretty good at mimicking colors and textures that exist in the natural world, but rarely do we show off  our actual color or textures, but rarely leave our strands in their natural shape. That may be changing. The recent runways have shown a much greater range of hair textures including everything from poker-straight to extremely curly. So instead of everyone creating “natural” barely-there waves as was the trend in 2015, this year we may actually see natural texture. Learn more about this emerging trend in the style notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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Quoted in the February issue of Glamour Magazine, Jennifer Lawrence describes her personal style as the “power lesbian look.” They are not the words that come to mind at Style Noted Towers, but who are we to argue with The Law? Perhaps attempting to emphasize her point, the luscious leading lady turned out for her associated Glamour Mag photo-shoot wearing this sleek tough girl hairstyle, bellicose stance, and pout. We can’t promise you’ll look as butch as Jennifer, but you can steal the hairstyle in the notes.  Click for StyleNotes →