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This style created by Amanda Jenkins, Master Stylist and Artistic Director of ARROJO Cosmetology School, is part of a collection titled “Transmogrify” that shows the magical transformation of modern textures. Long gone are the poodle perms and stiff curls of the 1980s; they’ve been replaced by the timeless elegance, beauty and grace of tousle, flow and soft sexy movement. Epitomizing the change, this long layer shape with full, deep set bangs and natural-looking ‘C’ shaped swirls (created using American Wave), is typical of the look the women and girls of New York now prefer. Learn more about it in the notes.

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slimming

Getting a haircut that makes you look slimmer doesn’t have to be a challenge. A few cutting and styling tricks can help. Many people have the false assumption that straighter, longer hair is the only way to achieve this slimming effect but that’s not true at all and, worse, it’s this that leaves people holding onto their old cut like a security blanket. Click the notes for more —Kelly Rowe

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Aziza CuttingGetting a great haircut can change everything for you. Without cutting a lot of length, you can reshape the style so it lays nicer, styles easier, and looks better. A great hair cut takes a minimal amount of time to blowdry because it easily falls into the shape it was cut in to. While haircuts can be scary for a lot of us, simple cutting techniques can result in the hair actually appearing longer, all from a few layers and cutting frizzy translucent ends off. Click the notes to see a razor long layer in action and the before and after. –– Kelly Rowe

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classiclonglayer

The classic long layer is by far one of the most popular haircuts to date. It keeps hair long while allowing movement and shape. It’s also great for styling and blowouts, which makes it a near perfect haircut. However, there are a few tips you should know when getting this cut. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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