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Photo: Vogue Italia April 2005

’Tis the season for family gatherings, parties, and lots and lots of cocktails. While we all know that one too many spiked eggnogs can leave us subject to puffiness, dryness, and a few other side affects, you may not realize that drinking can negatively affect your locks as well. Too much alcohol can leave hair dry and brittle. Hair needs constant nourishment and your follicles rely on zinc and folic acid to maintain their strength. Alcohol can affect these nutrient levels, which long term can cause loss and breakage. Obviously the best solution to keep hair healthy is to drink in moderation, but there are a few other good habits  to keep hair healthy this time of year, and beyond. To get the details, click through to style notes. — Michelle Rotbart  Click for StyleNotes →

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Recently on there was an article about Beyonce’s blonde hair and how it is instantly iconic. While I agree it will be long remembered, it’s not iconic in a good way. Blonde is great. I am a blonde (with a little help from a colorist) and I love being a blonde, but it isn’t for everyone. Click the notes to see why. –– Kelly Rowe

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Didn’t it seem like just yesterday you got your new color done? Your roots were no-where to be seen until you walked past the mirror this AM and saw inches of regrowth. Roots have an unfortunately magical way of appearing, but no need to panic, calmly make a phone call to your colorist, book an appointment and then click through to style notes to learn how to conceal your roots in the meantime. –– Michelle Rotbart

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“Roots” is usually a dirty word in the beauty industry, but this trend is not only a great way to disguise outgrown color but a fun, fresh way to play with brights and pastels. Pair colorful roots with contrasting vibrant ends or wear them on a natural base, either way this look is playful, funky and incredibly easy. Click the style notes for instructions. –– Laura Martin

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