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I’m always on the hunt for new hair accessories. I live for a trendy statement like reverse headbands or bejeweled hair ties, but I also love a stand out classic. And pearls are definitely a classic! No longer just considered old-fashioned jewelry, pearls have come back into fashion with young and modern women, especially in hair accessories. Unique designs and beautiful arrangements have been used to create headpieces and pins that add charm and an elegant spin to an updo or simple ponytail. So pull out those pearls ladies. If you need some inspiration, click through to style notes to see some of my favorite pearl hair accessories.  Click for StyleNotes →


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I love a great pony. It’s a classic do and can be princess or punk. The best thing about ponytails is that there are so many variations, which means you can always make the style look like new. I’m also always amazed at how women can make something, apparently so simple, look so fabulous. If you’re in a bind for a last minute style or just want to try out something that makes you feel a bit more special, click through to the notes to see some of my favorite celebrities who make the pony anything but basic. –– Michelle Rotbart

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Alicia Vikander made her mark on Oscars night, not only did she win Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Danish Girl, but her modern take on evening hair on the red carpet was an all-around win. I loved the carefree half-up topknot she wore. It was an excellent finishing detail to her yellow Louis Vuitton dress and would look just as great at a brunch with friends. I can’t wait to rock this look. Thankfully you don’t have to be an award winner to wear it either. To learn how to emulate this style, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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We throw the word icon around rather loosely these days, draping it over those that takes are fancy. But there are few people who are actually synonymous with style, who epitomize the look of a specific era, and become essence of a particular movement. Bardot is one of the few. Her fashion sense has inspired decades of imitation and countless riffs and variations. This is true of her clothing, her makeup, and, most importantly, her hair. Her bouncy, tousled blonde tresses still inspire envy; they’ve also inspired many of the current trends. Click the notes to learn more. –– Laura Martin

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