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For a while now, edgy girls have been sporting the “undercut,” a style where one lower side of the head is shaved. Although this style has the ability to look incredibly cool, it’s a huge commitment to shave part of your head, especially if you have long flowing locks. Fortunately our girl Samii Ryan is here to show us how to achieve the side-shaved look without having to chop all of your hair off. Take a look at our style notes to see Samii’s video tutorial.

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To help all our girlfriends feel fabulous and glamorous this weekend, we searched the Web for the best video tutorials of flirty and fun hairstyles that anyone who feels inspired can create. Posted by Shoesbysash!, this easy twisted updo gives your up-style lots of visual interest; and you, a classy and chic ‘do.  To give it a try for a party or a  brunch, watch the video below.

Good times! Nick Arrojo was on The Today Show today and he shared how-to’s for four hot looks from New York Fashion Week. If you want to learn the editorial wet look, the perfect low knot, the best way to hide bangs without having to cut them off, and the best way to use a headband as an upmarket accent, watch this funny and insightful video, co-starring Kathie Lee! Click through to check out the video!

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A special treat today! Nick Arrojo is making how-to videos with the nice people at www.dailyglow.com, and they’ve kindly agreed to share some with us. In this film, Nick shows us how to create effortless beach waves and braids. A great alternative to trying to make hair straight and sleek in frizz-inducing heat and humidity, this how-to displays easy ways to make texture and tousle through the sides and back. Click Style Notes to go to the video…

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We can always count on Samii Ryan for cute braid tutorials, and this one is definitely one of our favorites. If you’re getting tired of plain ponytails, this is a great, simple way to jazz it up. In her video, Samii shows us how to create a French braid that transitions into a sweet side pony. Check out the style notes to see the tutorial.

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