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I love relaxed and undone waves, especially on shorter lengths. I think it looks incredibly chic and even a tad rebellious.  It continues to be a popular and trending look and there are many ways to achieve it, even if you aren’t blessed with natural waves.  All you need is a few tools and techniques and you’ll have perfectly imperfect tendrils in no time. To get started, click through to style notes. –– 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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These fantastic, bulk reducing layers make mid-length cuts edgier, piecier, and less bulky. Cut flat, in opposition to the head shape, this type of layering best suites thick or coarse straight hair, which can look heavy and lack movement. These layers work well on blunt or diffused shapes anywhere from jawline to collar bone. Click the style notes to learn more about the technique. –– Laura Martin

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There’s a certain blend of polish and thrown together that I find much more enviable than a flawless finish. It’s that perfectly imperfect thing that Jane Birkin, Kate Moss, and Alexa Chung have down. Sure they look put together, but they never look like they tried. Well this cut does the same thing; it’s tousled and lovely and feels effortless, even though it requires some serous expertise to achieve. It may not turn you into Kate Moss, but then again…it couldn’t hurt. Click the style notes to learn how to get it. –– Laura Martin

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