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Do you lust after thick locks? Have you tried volumizing shampoos, plumping products and thickening agents to no avail? The right styling aides can go a long way toward making your hair appear fuller, but they aren’t the only solution, and if used incorrectly may do more harm than good. But don’t despair, after fifteen years in the industry, I’ve learned quite a few tricks for adding fulness. Click through for the best 7 ways to make your hair appear more voluptuous. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Long hair is about to make a comeback, but that doesn’t mean you have to start shopping for extensions. The hottest looks for the coming season won’t be waist-length tresses. What’s trending next are clean, one-length lines just long enough to qualify as long hair. Little to no layering, length that falls between clavicle and axilla, these cuts are the perfect transition out of that bob you’re getting bored with. Best of all the moderate length means that if you start growing now you can be wearing this look by Christmas. Learn more about growing into this shape in the style notes. –Laura Martin 

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As I mentioned last week, Fashion Week gave us guys with great texture and soft, less structured styles. This week the runway confirmed my observation: the men are taking notes from the ladies. Looking through the shows, plenty of boys are rocking ringlets. At Valentino and Saint Laurent, a majority of the models were rocking texture, from a tousled crop to a full head of curls. And the men at Prada were equally playful, pairing their youthful curls with their cartoony attire. Men deserve sexy tendrils too, so watch your wave mist ladies. To see some of my favorite looks click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart

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When one of the IT girls chops off their locks it makes headlines, but when they grow out their hair it often goes unreported. Still, we can’t help but notice that some of the cropped-cut trailblazers—Carey Mulligan, Michelle Williams, Elizabeth Moss, and Karlie Kloss—are wearing their hair longer. Pixie’s have become long bobs, bobs have become below the shoulder shapes. Does this mean the reign of the bob is coming to an end? Are longer shapes making a comeback? Click the notes to learn more. –– Laura Martin

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