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After seasons and seasons of washing our hair as little as possible, it maybe time to make the switch from unwashed lengths, or at least look like it. Since this summer is all about sleek and wet hair looks that last way beyond the shower, it’s time to rock a look that looks like you just combed it back after a quick dip in the water. I’ve seen everyone from cool girls like Joan Smalls walk the red carpet wearing this look to girls on the runway at Calvin Klein and Dior strut down the runway wearing wet lengths. But you don’t have to be a celebrity or at fashion week to wear this style. It translates into everyday quite easily, becoming a more softer and cleaner approach that just boarders on the wet look. To learn how to wear it, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart  Click for StyleNotes →

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It may be called the “ballerina bun” but this look is a perfect way to look elegant while doing any activity. Whether you’re jogging, doing yoga, or just out running errands, this clean tight shape will keep your hair out of your way and looking stylish. Now, with these three charming variations, the look is even more versatile. You can wear it to work, on a date, or even for a night on the town. Learn to create all three looks in the style notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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(Image: Ben Ritter, Indigital)

Every season certain braids move into the limelight while others are relegated to the periphery. Personally, I’m pretty burned out on intricate waterfalls, basket weaves, and milkmaid braids, but the doesn’t mean I’ve give up on entwines, just that I’m into simpler variations. Tiny braids distributed intermittently throughout the hair work as texture-highlights, adding interest while leaving hair loose. Learn to create the look in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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Photo: Avigail Adam

While shopping for last minute gifts at the Union Square Holiday Market, I discovered amazing ornate and metallic headbands by Avigail Adam and I’m obsessed. With my currently packed schedule of holiday parties and dinners, I’m into anything that will keep me looking glamorous with the least amount of effort. Avigail’s handmade designs, which are inspired by the fashion and culture of ancient civilizations, add just the right amount of bohemian sparkle and glam. They’re easy to use and perfect for the girl on-the-go. If you stop by the booth, Avigail will even personally choose a style for you and show you how to wear it. From gold blooming flower hair sticks to silver wreath headbands, my trend senses ares saying these accessories are definitely a do for this and every season. Click through to the notes to see some of my favorite pieces. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

macron hair


In fashion color has become a major way to identify oneself, and the same goes with beauty. In another update on the pastel and rainbow hair trend, macaron color was posted on the internet this week by colorist Shelley Gregory. Gregory was inspired by the macaroons and sweets at the legendary Ladurée, a French luxury bakery. To create the light and vibrant strands, Gregory hand-painted different shades of pastel colors in layers onto sections of hair. The process is similar to the sand art technique but gives the hair a more ethereal and romantic, dream-like appeal. This look is definitely delicious and can even be pulled off in a chic manner, just make sure a professional is creating it. If you’re ready to wear this colorful hair to your next holiday party, click through to the notes to see more inspirational images. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →