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Trying to squeeze a gym session in between work, drinks, errands and sleep? As a modern girl on-on-the-go I’m sure you are used to multitasking. Finding a spare moment to touch up your hair post gym can be challenging when you’re already sprinting to your next activity. Lucky for us modern ladies, there are hair solutions that are quick and easy to execute but provide max style impact. All you need is a comb and some bobby pins and you’ll be set to take on a power lunch right after power lifting. Click through to the notes to get the know-how.  –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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This year’s Met Gala theme was Manus X Machina: Fashion In an Age of Technology. The red carpet was full of metallics, intricate embellishments and clever cutouts. In fact, the clothes were so interesting that hair and makeup were easy to miss, but a closer look revealed some stunning styles including these looks written about by my fellow blogger, Michelle Rotbart. But most memorable for me was Rita Ora’s sleek bun topping a geometric arrangement of mirrors. This style was perfect for the red carpet, but could also add some sparkle to your festival attire or even top your favorite date night ensemble. Best of all, this look is a cinch to recreate; learn how in the notes. — Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Now in her twenties, Ariana Grande cleverly keeps hold of her teenybopper brand image with an array of fabulous, cheerleader-inspired ponytails. Add them to your own repertoire and you’ll gain a set of fun, flirty, and youthful looks that work for date night, lunch with the girls, and social celebrations. Start with easy how-to-dos for these three pictured ponies…

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Dior made a big beauty statement during its collection—ponytails and statement jewelry. In an interesting twist on a classic, the Dior beauty team created a look that was a blend of hair and jewelry. The conceptual style was created by pulling length back into a ponytail and then making a break in the hair at ear level allowing the fashion house’s oversize jewelry pieces to peek through. The tail was then caught under a colorful piece of fabric that tied loosely around the neck and was topped off with a choker. While it’s certainly not for everyday this little detail does complete the ensemble. For more inspirational photos from the collection, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart

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