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Taken from the new ARROJO Trend Release for 2019, COLLECTIVE, this image highlights a style perfect for your Valentine’s Day Date Night. The deep side part and tousled swoosh encourage an admirer’s eyes to drift across all your prettiest facial features, like cheekbones, chin, lips and eyes. With a blowdryer, your hands and some well-chosen products you can create this look in 15 minutes. Learn how in the style notes.  Click for StyleNotes →

braids

Braids are still very on trend, but we’ve been wearing them for long enough that the usual suspects feel a little tired. Of course there are always more complicated plaits to try, but if you’re not optimistic about your chances of nailing a basket weave you may want to think about different ways to apply the techniques you’re familiar with instead of learning a whole new method. The three looks shown here rely on classic techniques—French braids, cornrows, and plaits—applied in a new way. Click the notes for step-by-steps to creating the looks. –– Laura Martin

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content

I recently stumbled across an article that talked about cutting your hair according to the moon. Sounds crazy right? Absolutely, and that is why I had to read it. I take this kind of thing with a grain of salt but that doesn’t mean I don’t have an insatiable appetite to read more. While it does seem silly to tailor your hair care around what the moon is doing, the article does make a couple cool points. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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braids

Braids were huge through 2014. You couldn’t go a couple feet without seeing someone with a messy fishtail braid. The braid trend definitely took the spot of number one hairstyle, knocking out 2013‘s ever so popular top-knot. So will braids continue through 2015? Absolutely! But they won’t be the same. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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razor

The long bob or ‘lob’ was definitely the cut of 2014. Celebrities left and right were cutting off their long lengths or taking out their extensions and going for this short, fun, and flirty look. So what’s the newest cut IT cut as we move into 2015? Layers, upon layers upon layers, all cut with a razor to give a highly textured and free form look. Click the notes for more.

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