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As illustrated in the collage above, the headband –– though small, simple, and oft forgotten about –– is attractive, stylish, adds character, and suits and supports a range of looks. Headbands come in different forms, from fine and elegant to big and bejeweled. All can contribute to the image you portray, while accenting your best features. Take a closer look in the notes.

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picnic hair

The summer can be a tough time for picnics. The weather can be scorching hot and the bugs can be intense. But this week we are being blessed with some gorgeous weather here in New York, so take some inspiration and try these looks for a weekend picnic. –– Kelly Rowe

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These days, a chic bun feels more stylish and fashionable than a simple ponytail. It leaves no hair falling forward and no hair on the shoulders, making it practical for hot summer days and nights, while always maintaining a classy, polished and refined vibe. It’s also a great way to lift and highlight cheekbones, chin, lips and eyes –– all of the wonderful womanly features. To learn how to make your own high bun, click notes.

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BigTopBuns

The high bun has many benefits, which is why it has become one of the most popular modern styles. It keeps hair off the face, making it great for hot and sticky days. Like a classic updo, the height encourages eyes to go upwards, which creates an illusion of higher cheekbones, chin and eyes; and that’s so beautifying. But unlike a quintessential updo, the high bun has the casual informality of contemporary trends. Learn how to make one in the style notes.

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top knots

Topknots should be in your arsenal of quick, chic hairstyles. They pull hair off the face, lifting features like cheekbones and chin, look great, and are real-world achievable. The knots seen at the Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2014 Ready-to-Wear show were slick and sleek, combining architecture and a little punk for a new take on the traditional knot. With this fresh, easy-to-do option the topknot continues to hold sway for followers of fashion. For tips and tricks on how to get the look, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart

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