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Starring in the spring cover story from Grey Magazine, Bella Hadid reminds us of the vintage flair of fashionable headscarves. The sultry brunette wears jumbled curls and messy styles with colorful kerchiefs wrapped in a variety of innovative and effortlessly chic ways, creating a cool modern take on the look made famous by Jackie O. This is a trending style for the summer season; learn more about it in the notes.

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Okay, so it’s still cold outside but the days are starting to get longer and spring is starting to seem closer. If you’re anything like me that means you’re already finding creative ways to wear open-toed shoes and bronzer, anything to pretend spring is already here. Flowered headbands are a great way to incorporate spring beauty into your late-winter ensembles. Click the style notes for tips on how to wear the look. –– Laura Martin

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I love the wet look trend on models, but on me slicked back hair just looks scary. However, just because I can’t pull off scalp-hugging ponytails or severely sleek buns doesn’t mean I have to give up on wet look styles. I just add two things: texture and volume. The resulting look is more wild than sleek, calling to mind a wild animal caught in the rain. Fur, unlike my stick straight hair, doesn’t fall flat at the first sign of moisture, instead it gathers into peicey, wavy sections at the ends while maintaining lift at the roots. It’s an interesting, flattering texture that will transform the way you see wet look styles. Learn to achieve it in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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Frizz-free waves are everyone’s dream hairstyle. The sexy undone look is something nearly anyone can pull off. However, with the cold weather coming in it’s difficult to find the time to let your hair dry naturally before you have to walk out into the brisk wind of fall and winter. As we all know air drying is always the best option for your hair and can help with frizz but next in line is diffusing and it’s a skill you need to know now. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe 

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