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tousled hair

Many of us love tousled hair because there’s no pressure. No need to keep everything in place totally perfectly. You actually want your hair to be messy and out of place. A little beachy or a bit windblown are things that you’re looking for when getting your hair into its tousled state. However, there is an art to messing up your hair in the correct way. Every time you see a model or celebrity looking perfectly disheveled you know there’s a pro behind it. To learn how to get perfectly imperfect strands, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart

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Its getting hard to remember the time when bobs were considered the signature style of soccer moms. The cut was so uncool that, when growing out my pixie 7 years ago, I opted for an awkward mullet over the blunt line of a bob. But, in the last few years, the bob cut has become an unstoppable trend, with new converts every day. Just last week, Cara Delevingne joined the ranks of bobbed celebs. It’s clear that the bob is having a moment, but how long will it last and what has made the cut so popular in the first place? Click the notes to find out. –– Laura Martin 

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Wavy hair feels lighter and softer than straight strands, making it a go-to for summer months. You probably already have a method for adding some bend to your mane, but if you only use one method for making waves, maybe it’s time to try something new. The techniques detailed below will create textures ranging from barely-there undulations to deep, shining s-curves. Click through to the notes for links to videos and step-by-step instructions. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →