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Girls love to brush their hair until it shines. Yet with the zeitgeist for lived-in looks, disheveled textures, and trendy tousle it’s easy to forget the power of a straight styles to bring drama, brilliance, radiance and glister. Happily, Mila Kunis is holding the fort for the beauty of scintillating straight hairstyles. Notice how her part is very slightly off of center; this is a smart move because unless your profile is perfectly symmetrical, and that’s unlikely, a perfect center-parting splits the face right down the middle, which is too severe for almost all of us. There’s a lot more we can learn about creating straight styles like Mila’s; get some starters in the style notes.

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There’s a new trendy buzzword on the beauty scene––sombré. Sombré is a soft or subtle ombré, which involves lightening shades in a more natural way. Instead of pairing contrasting colors together or dip-dying ends, sombré gently transitions your base color into lighter ends (strategically placed highlights around the face and heavier highlights at the ends) for a more natural overall look. Essentially this style is a lazy girls dream––great dimension, simple maintenance, easy on the wallet. Lucky for me, my amazing colorist (Ali from ARROJO) is ahead of the trend and has been giving my tresses this treatment for the last year. Lucky for you, I’ve got the know-how on what you need to know to get a similar look from your stylist. Click style notes for details. –– Michelle Rotbart

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Sultry dark ombre has sexy written all over it and Mila Kunis is the Hollywood queen of this look. With swathes of women and girls now wearing the archetypal dark to light hair colors –– think brunette bases fading to golden blondes –– the original ombre is getting worn and tired, making Mila’s evolution of the style feel like the vanguard two-tone of 2014. It may be subtle, but it’s also dark, delectable, and sure to turn heads your way. For tips for successfully achieving this look, click style notes.–– Kelly Rowe 

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Perhaps it’s because she’s playing Theodora that Mila Kunis looked so bewitching at the recent premiere of Oz: The Great and Powerful. A shimmering, bombshell ‘do, the dark chocolate color is a fabulous fit for Mila’s olive complexion, and is the perfect complement to the striking straightness of the style. Sultrily dangled over the shoulders, artfully placed to open up her beautiful face-frame, this look is full of class and panache. To learn how to make scintillating shine in your own hairstyles, click style notes.

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