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Split ends are your hair’s worst enemy. They often occur due to stressors like heat styling and chemical treatments. Yes, unfortunately all your primping is causing the protective outer layer of your hair cuticle to wear away and become week and brittle. I’m not saying you should stop primping all together, but there are things you can do to rid yourself of roughed up ends without running immediately to your stylist. Just book your trims accordingly and follow the steps in the notes to prevent and improve the overall look of your hair. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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Per the calendar it’s supposed to be spring, but I’m still waiting on that to happen. Between the snow flurries and the rain the last few weeks, I’ve barely gotten a day without precipitation getting in the way of a great hair day. If you’re like me, and already fighting the battle of the frizz , I’ve got some easy tips and tricks to make it another few weeks with some great easy-to-do hairstyles to fight frizzy hair. Click through to the notes for details. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

Screen Shot 2015-03-12 at 5.05.56 PMFringe isn’t just popular on clothes and accessories this season, I’ve spotted lots of brow-grazing strands across the foreheads of models on-and-off the runway. Fashion’s current interest with the ‘70s means bangs are definitely back. I saw lots of fringe at the European houses like Bottega Veneta, Céline, and Saint Laurent varying from punky to romantic. Stateside, Victoria Secret model Erin Heatheron just debuted a fresh cut on Instagram, along with a new blonde dye job just in time for spring. If you’re thinking of getting a new look, opt for a style like Erin’s soft, face-framing layers. You’ll ensure the grow-out phase won’t be a nightmare and you’ll be an instant cool chic. For more of my favorite fringe from the runway, click through to style notes. –Michelle Rotbart 

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In this style the disparate aesthetics of a defined center part and ruffled bed-head feeling surprisingly harmonious. A low ponytail can feel conservative, especially when paired with a neat, even part. But a tousled surface and subtle waves add lived-in sexiness for a more approachable vibe. Learn to create this trending style in the notes. –– Laura Martin

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