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We are happy to announce a new weekly segment that will be featured on Style Noted called Wednesday Wisdom. We have teamed up with ARROJO, the cutting-edge NYC hair salon pioneered by the world-renowned stylist, Nick Arrojo. Some of you may know him from his time spent on TLC’s What Not To Wear or from his many hair shows around the globe. His modern creative hair cutting and styling techniques have been passed down to his talented students and stylists at each of  his salon locations.

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flash tat
Temporary tattoos, like their permanent counterparts, have grown in popularity in recent years. Now coined as flash tats, these fleeting adornments are popular with festival goers, party starters, and celebs who like to keep the paparazzi guessing. Perhaps it was inevitable, then, that they trend would move up into your hair and now, thanks to Scünci, it has. Find out about temporary hair tattoos in the notes.

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Earlier today we showed how to do a messy, undone fishtail braid, like Abigail Breslin. At the opposite end of the braid aesthetic, Nicole Ritchie’s sleek and polished, twisted version of the milkmaid braid creates a visually interesting, princess royal look. If you’d like to feel regal, learn your own version of this trendy crown braid with our quick and easy tips, via the style notes.

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summer ombre

Ombré –– it’s an easy summer trend that just won’t fade. Unlike highlights, which offer ribbons of color from roots to ends, ombré begins with darker roots and blends to lighter tips. The sunny season is the best time for this low maintenance look, since the sunshine naturally brightens the ends of hair. Not only does the gradation of color flatter women of all skin tones, but there is no need for constant root touch ups –– lengthening time between in-salon visits, and keeping cash in your pocket. However be mindful to keep your style looking natural, not forced; it’s best to have your colorist stay in the range of your own hair tone and keep a subtle graduation between hues. Ready for the beauty of dark to light? Click through to style notes for tips and tricks to be perfectly sun-kissed. –– Michelle Rotbart 

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There are some people who love a routine: same breakfast every morning, same nail color at every manicure, and same treadmill at the gym. We talk a lot about hair color on Style Noted, and are major proponentes of changing it up, especially if it involves a bright color! But what if you’re one of those “routine” people? What if you’re not ready to turn those long brunette locks bright orange? Lucky for you, there’s a new trend called “chalking”. It was made popular by stars like Lauren Conrad and Nicki Minaj. It’s a temporary, affordable way to change up your hairstyle, add some bright color, and it requires no commitment. There are some important rules to follow, though, before you tackle this temporary trend (like if your hair is blonde, don’t use water with your chalk!) Click through for some more hair chalking inspiration!

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