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When it comes to summer hairstyles, I admit it I’m pretty lazy. But being in the business of aesthetics, I have to at least look like I’ve put in some time into my style. A pretty do that looks complicated but really isn’t? That’s what I want in my arsenal! And there is no style more elegant than a classic twist. However, I’m not a classic type of gal so I’d rather avoid anything that looks too fussy or dated. Lucky for me and my fellow lazy ladies, there is a great and effortless option that combines a loose summery aesthetic, two trending accessories, and gives you an instantaneously  look.  Click through to the notes to get the how-to! –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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Sexy may not be the first word that comes to mind when someone mentions a mullet, but the truth is, a mullet can be pretty freaking hot. It’s the best of both short and long cuts: it feels gamine, but is still luxurious. It’s edgy, fashion forward, and gutsy. Of course there are plenty of mullets that are awkward or downright ugly, but get this look right and it can be super appealing. Learn the secrets of the sexy mullet in the style notes. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Hats are essential cold weather wear for those with cropped cuts. Short hair traps less heat than longer tresses and leaves your neck exposed to the chill, but wearing a cap with a short cut can leave you looking bald, or result in some serious hat hair. After years of experimentation I’ve finally perfect the art of wearing hats over short hair. Learn to stay warm and stylish in the notes. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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The term “braid” covers a lot of ground—from tough cornrows to romantic waterfalls. You’ve probably heard of fishtails, milkmaids, and four-strands, but you may not be clear on what each technique looks like. But fear not, with a little knowledge you’ll be wearing looks Daenerys Targaryen would envy in no time. Click the style notes for a glossary of all the basic braid types with accompanying photos. –– Laura Martin

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