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Wet-look hair shows off texture and offers a fresh, clean feeling that’s perfect for spring, but the sleek texture can feel severe. By adding height to wet looks, you can soften the look, keeping dewiness and separation while softening the silhouette. Try a voluminous wet surface on soft loose waves, ponytails, and half-up looks. Learn to create it in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →



Quoted in the February issue of Glamour Magazine, Jennifer Lawrence describes her personal style as the “power lesbian look.” They are not the words that come to mind at Style Noted Towers, but who are we to argue with The Law? Perhaps attempting to emphasize her point, the luscious leading lady turned out for her associated Glamour Mag photo-shoot wearing this sleek tough girl hairstyle, bellicose stance, and pout. We can’t promise you’ll look as butch as Jennifer, but you can steal the hairstyle in the notes.  Click for StyleNotes →

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I’m going to level with you. I love wet look hair on other people, but it makes me look like a convict or a lost orphan. This may be the fault of my resting-bitch-face, my fine but insanely dense hair, or my strong jaw line. Whatever the reason, I’ve never been able to pull off this texture until, inspired by the editorial pictured above (see the full spread, here). I combined wet look with volume. The result makes me feel like an eighties pop star. It’s tough, glamorous, and retro. Learn how to rock it in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

When I think of gelled hair all I can think about is my 90s looks of crunchy gel waves and curls that I thought were amazing. They don’t look so amazing anymore but Gel is still a great product to have in your arsenal to create modern, chic, and fashion forward styles. It’s all about using it sparingly and in the right way. A touch of gel adds just the right amount contemporary feel to lots of looks. So how do you bring this product into your strands? Click the notes. –– Kelly Rowe

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