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blue hair

Rihanna is one of those people that is not afraid to change her hair dramatically. Her most recent adventure was a striking royal blue and I am loving it. I love blue hair almost as much as I love blonde hair, but it is a tough shade to pull off and not everyone can wear this dramatic tone of a blue. Get tips on the blue that will work best for you in the notes. –– Kelly Rowe

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bangs

A good bang can put a smile on the face on even the dowdiest of girls. Whether shorter or longer, blunt or choppy, straight or to the side a fabulous fringe changes your look by focusing attention on the face; bangs add fierceness, mystery, sexiness, and glamor. And who doesn’t want that? Currently, they are trendy too, with models and celebs queuing up for the look. If you want this to be your fringe season, get a trio of tips in the notes.

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Aziza CuttingGetting a great haircut can change everything for you. Without cutting a lot of length, you can reshape the style so it lays nicer, styles easier, and looks better. A great hair cut takes a minimal amount of time to blowdry because it easily falls into the shape it was cut in to. While haircuts can be scary for a lot of us, simple cutting techniques can result in the hair actually appearing longer, all from a few layers and cutting frizzy translucent ends off. Click the notes to see a razor long layer in action and the before and after. –– Kelly Rowe

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The coolest braid for fall is a tight and sleek, a small three-strand plait worn clean and neat. There are lots of ways you can wear this trend: pull all hair into a single plait, wear one as an accent, or add a few, evenly spaced, along the front hairline. The thin plaits have a clean, rope-like feeling, a little tough while still feeling pretty. Learn to create slender, shiny braids in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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headbands

Forget those chunky headbands you took to after watching Flashdance, these days the headband to wear is slender and elegant. Functional and fashionable, headbands hold hair in place, add a focal point, and work with styles bohemian to bombshell. We love headbands worn with loose waves, they work great with messy chignons and, on straight styles, you can backcomb the crown to create height and drama. Fancy giving it a try this weekend? Click style notes for our tips.

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