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Once a runway for jaw-dropping femininity and daring Hollywood looks, the red carpet is transforming into more of street-style spectacle, especially for hair.  Case in point, the 2017 SAG Awards.  Noticeably absent were the hair-sprayed tresses and the over-the-top up-dos seen many times before at red-carpet events.  This time, there was a new look in town: The undone, street-inspired natural and wavy textures that are already ruling 2017. Chrissy Teigen, Brie Larson and Natalie Portman were just a few of the stars rocking natural tresses in a pinned-up or down style with perfectly imperfect presentation.  See below for more of my favorite SAG hair looks. –– Brittany Weiner 

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Last week was CFDA Awards time. In the fashion industry, the CFDA (Council Of Fashion Designers of America) celebrates the achievements of established designers and indie new comers. The award night celebrates creativity and style, so of course all your favorite fashion designers and their model and celebrity friends were in attendance.  Similar to fashion’s other big nights, the guests at the CFDA Awards go all out when it comes to fashion and beauty. The night basically kicks off the summer season and is perfect for your glam summer beauty inspiration. Click through to the notes to see some of my favorite looks. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →


Kirsten Dunst is doing a lot of posing. Her feature cover stories for the September issues of Town and Country and Gotham present the Hollywood beauty in an array of sultry shots, reminding of her elegant beauty. In the pictured images, we love seeing her hairstyle done in two different ways, one polished and classy and chic; the other featuring sexy, come-hither waves dancing around her beautiful face-frame. It shows how one can style a ‘do in different ways. Learn these two looks for mid-length locks in the notes.

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When were looking for a new hairstyle that will be our ‘most flattering ever ‘do’ we often prefer to search out latest trends instead of thinking more about our face shape and what will suit it best. While the shape of your face isn’t the only determining factor––hair type and lifestyle also have a big influence––choosing a cut that fits and complements your features is the first step in the direction of great hair style. Click the notes to learn what cuts best suit what face. –– Kelly Rowe

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