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flash tat
Temporary tattoos, like their permanent counterparts, have grown in popularity in recent years. Now coined as flash tats, these fleeting adornments are popular with festival goers, party starters, and celebs who like to keep the paparazzi guessing. Perhaps it was inevitable, then, that they trend would move up into your hair and now, thanks to Scünci, it has. Find out about temporary hair tattoos in the notes.

wetlook

Whenever the runways come around, so does the wet look hairstyle. On gangly, gaunt, waif-like girls the dripping wet look can be maddeningly sexy; the hair sparkles under the lights and the lens, adding drama and devilish indifference to the catwalk. But for the girl on the street, the wet look hairstyle appears a distant dream, the preserve of an elite cadre of chosen women. It doesn’t have to be that way. Just see the wet look as another way to wear the undone, lived-in hairstyle trend. For our tips, click notes.

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hairtapestry

There are always new hair trends popping up. Some are good, some are bad, some we love. This is hair tapestry and we love it. Hair wrapping has been around forever, and if you grew up in the 1990s, I’m sure you remember getting a small amount of hair wrapped in a colorful pattern of thread This is different; better, and much more fun. For more details click the notes. –– By Kelly Rowe

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The weather is still hot but back-to-school sales are popping up and I’m starting to plan my fall look.  I’m currently wearing a soft reddish brown hair color with slightly lighter, hand-painted highlights, and for the fall, I’m thinking about transitioning to a lighter base with darker ends. The reverse ombre –– sombre –– makes ends look healthy and shiny, provides flattering lightness around the face, and offers a fun seasonal change in a single salon visit. If your considering this style for your fall look, click the style notes to learn more. –– Laura Martin

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