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Taken from the new ARROJO Trend Release for 2019, COLLECTIVE, this image highlights a style perfect for your Valentine’s Day Date Night. The deep side part and tousled swoosh encourage an admirer’s eyes to drift across all your prettiest facial features, like cheekbones, chin, lips and eyes. With a blowdryer, your hands and some well-chosen products you can create this look in 15 minutes. Learn how in the style notes.  Click for StyleNotes →


On days like today, va-va-voom sexpot waves are encouraged! Actress Sarah Hyland shows us how it’s done with this tumbling, vivacious look. A long length layer cut, which helps hair to be soft and flouncy, the center-part frames her wonderful, bubbly features –– fulsome lips and cheeks, alluring eyes. For anyone who desires this attention-grabbing, sexy date-night style, click style notes for tips and tricks.  Click for StyleNotes →


Texture is experiencing a revolution. Exaggerated shapes, over the top volume, and roughed up surfaces are adorning fashionable women and girls for the first time in decades. So, with Valentine’s Day just a day away, this is a great time to try the wow factor glamor of a sexy, sixties style. Bouffants and beehives make you feel like Bridget Bardot, and now that they’ve been re-imagined in half-up styles and French twist hybrids, they also feel fresh and exciting –– I love the combination of structured shape and messy texture. Go add drama to your Valentine’s ensemble with one these oversized shapes! To emphasize the retro feeling, top it off with a mod-inspired scarf. To discover tips and tricks to making similar hairstyles, click style notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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Fashion-forward women tend to dress more to impress each other than to draw the attention of ogling men’s eyes, but Valentine’s Day is different. It’s the time to magnetize your man. And nothing works better than glossy vintage waves. From Veronica Lake to Jessica Alba, this style is a hallmark for iconic beauties. The soft finish and brow-grazing sweep minimize imperfections while looking mysteriously demure. Best of all this style works for a variety of lengths, from chin to mid-back. Who wouldn’t want to wine and dine a Hollywood starlet? This look is surprisingly easy to create, but it does require some time, making it the perfect option for a special occasion. To get romantically glamorous in a few simple steps, click style notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →