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bridal cover

Sometimes fashion week beauty trends don’t always transfer well into real life; i.e., bedazzled face masks, exotic colors, wild hair accessories. But there’s one runway where many women let their fantasy’s run wild: Bridal Fashion week. The event brings together top weddingwear designers like Naeem Khan, Reem Acra and Lela Rose to showcase everything from sweeping chignons, floral crowns, and even crystal encrusted headphone hairbands. To see some of my favorite looks from the season, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart  

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Youthful party girl meets vintage vixen in this this off-kilter style seen at A Detacher’s spring summer 2015 show. The look is a variation on the topknot that shifts the shape forward and to the side creating a shape that recalls pinup styles of the 1940s. Leaving the back lengths loose creates a soft, feminine shape that can be worn smooth or curled. This style can turn a bad hair day around in less than five minutes. Click the style notes for step-by-step instructions. –Laura Martin 

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low bun

Is it just us, or have you too noticed that low buns are are having a major moment? We saw them all over the resort collections and are expecting them to remain the hot style for next month’s fashion shows. Low buns are super versatile and super chic––what more can we want in a hairstyle? Click through to style notes and wear this trend before the rest of the cool kids catch on. –– Michelle Rotbart

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In the summer it’s nice to look like you stepped off a beach, whether you live near the ocean or not. Summer chic is as simple as bronzed skin and a casual, wind-blown updo. A few wispy tendrils make updos looker softer a sexier, but getting them can be difficult; pulling strands loose with your fingers creates clunky chunks instead of soft wisps. Read on to learn the trick to achieving a breeze-ruffled finish. –– Laura Martin

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