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It’s a new year and with it many of us make resolutions to look better and do better. However, we all know that drastic ambitions and promises tend to fail fairly quickly. So this year, we’re suggesting we all take little steps to improve and make our great hair resolutions actually doable. It’s far more productive to make small adjustments everyday rather than drastic quick fixes. You’ll be more likely to stick to your new plan and you’ll end up with the hair of your dreams. Ready to get started? Click through to style notes to get the know-how. Here’s to a year of great hair.

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Hair products are usually marketed to a specific hair type: straight, wavy, curly, colored. But these distinctions often have very little to do with what hair actually needs. Some curly hair is fine, some coarse. Some chemically treated hair is still oily, some dry. Following your hair type in product selection can get you into trouble. So how do you find the products that will make your hair look its best? Click the notes to find out. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

salon blowout

Unless you are a celebrity, going to the salon is the closest any of us will get to a glam Hollywood makeover. For the the amazing shampoo bowl head massages, deliciously deep conditioning treatments, colors and cuts and voluminous blow outs, not to mention complimentary makeup touch-ups, we’d go to to the salon everyday if we could –– because we feel like a million dollars when we leave. Cognitive of this, on my last salon visit, I peeked around at the foibles us girls display after the feel-good factor of the professional primp. Click through to style notes to read ten definite signs a girl just left the hair salon. –– Michelle Rotbart

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