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Created by ARROJO Studio SoHo colorist Meagan Behrent at the Best of the Best Show in Atlanta, we love the orangey hue in this pixie razor cut by Nick Arrojo. Orange is not normally a desirable hair hue, as it is most often associated with the brassy tones one finds when blondes go bad, but this is something different entirely. Dimensional, bright, edgy and deliberate the color works with the cut, makeup and styling to create a look bathed in high fashion modernity. Steal the professional Goldwell color formula in the notes.

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This creative, graphic shape features heavy emphasis on the bangs and a strong, face-framing outline. A mid-length layer cut with layers beginning around the cheekbones, it’s a great cut to update your look for 2016, especially if your hair is fine or thin as these kinds of styles help to create an illusion of fullness. Layers also create space which gives texture room to work, meaning it’s easy to create a trendy, soft and natural-looking wave. Loose and shaggy through the back and sides, the heavy beans emphasize the eyes, adding boldness to the style.

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Maybe it’s because I’m getting tired of growing out my bob, but I’m loving short cuts right now. I’ve always been a fan of a well-executed pixie, but some seasons the shape gets too blunt and boyish for my taste and other times too piecey and wispy. The pixies this season are both soft and structured with enough length to wear down or tuck back, a clean, tapered back, and soft textured fringe. The images above are all of the same cut, showing how easily such a shape transforms with just a touch of product. Pair it with a pale blonde base and you could even change up the color for the ultimate chameleon affect. Click the notes to learn more about the cut.  –Laura Martin

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fall look
Some looks just have it all; the cut, color and style just come together in perfect fashion. This is one of those looks. This modern shag is the perfect mix of casual cool and urban chic and is perfect for fall. Click the notes to get it. –Kelly Rowe