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It’s time for some style predictions for 2017 at Style Note Towers; though trend forecasts are notoriously difficult in the digital age, we think it will be the year of the texturized lob.  Case in point, Jennifer Lawrence.  A once-upon-a-time newcomer to fame, and a hair chameleon, Lawrence stepped onto the fashion map with golden strands and a sweet look.  Now her locks have taken a turn to more of an edgy side, completing a high-fashion look. She has gone dark, short, blunt and bobbed, but our favorite look would most noticeably be her texturized lob (seen above) that she recently stepped out in.  With just the right amount of edginess and flare, it’s a killer style on the forefront of 2017.  See below for Style Notes. –– Brittany Taylor Click for StyleNotes →

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My long bob suffers from what I call “Mary Tyler Moore Syndrome.” Despite my best efforts, it flips out at the ends instead of under. Not a cute flick, but a full-on semi-circle of curve across the entire bottom edge. It drives me crazy, and I’ve seen many of my clients fight the same thing. When I cut an un-layered shoulder-length shape I usually start with a caution: Warning! Hair may flip! But this problem never seems to happen to celebrities, for one simple reason, their lobs are all A-line. Cutting hair shorter in the back, so that it sits on top of the shoulders, makes it want to kick under instead of out. It’s a trick embraced by Chrissy Teigen, Jennifer Lawrence, and Jennifer Aniston, just to name a few. Is this trick right for you? Click the notes to find out.  –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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When a trend is worn by as diverse range of women as Kendall Jenner, Jessica Biel, and Jennifer Lawrence you know it’s got staying power. Center parts are ultra cool, but they can also be challenging to wear for us non-celebrities because they bisect the face, drawing attention to asymmetry. But tucking one side breaks up the even split and minimizes the attention to evenness. It’s a stylish twist on the center part that anyone can wear. Click the notes for tips on pulling it off. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →


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J. Law has had a number of enviable blonde shades, but the icy beige she flaunted at the Oscars may be her best yet. It’s the sort of hue that most blondes long for –– crystalline sparkle, a cool but not ashy hue, and platinum brightness. To get a shade this lustrous and shiny, lighten hair with a highlift blonde instead of powdered lightener. A slightly darker root formula provides depth without demarcation. Click the notes for my copycat formulas and tips on application. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →