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Wavy hair feels lighter and softer than straight strands, making it a go-to for summer months. You probably already have a method for adding some bend to your mane, but if you only use one method for making waves, maybe it’s time to try something new. The techniques detailed below will create textures ranging from barely-there undulations to deep, shining s-curves. Click through to the notes for links to videos and step-by-step instructions. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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The Oscars elicit imagery of old Hollywood glamor, like Veronica Lake’s retro wave cascade. Typically, today’s celebs either recreate these looks faithfully, or change it up completely with newfangled fashions. But Jennifer Garner managed an elegant juxtaposition between the old and the new with this soft and sultry, side-swept wave. It pays homage to the asymmetrical shape of the vintage waves of Tinsel Town, yet features a much softer, free-flowing feeling than those carved and controlled ‘S’ shapes; and rather than being tucked all the way back, the short side of the part is left loose, for a subtly askew face-frame. For styling tips, click notes.

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If you are feeling anything like the mood at Style Noted Towers, you’d like to leave behind the frigid temperatures for a frolic in the sun. Elisabetta Franchi must have sensed our pain; her newly released spring/summer ’14 campaign features glamorous poolside poses in fabulous, seventies-inspired fashion and beauty looks. In the style notes, you can stare at the full spread and imagine yourself being whisked away –– while wearing a jumpsuit and a Veronica Lake wave cascade.

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