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Rising from the ashes while forever playing into narratives she doesn’t want to be included in (eye roll), Taylor Swift has released the first single off her highly anticipated 6th album, along with her new album cover art work.

No matter if you love, hate, love to hate, or hate to love Taylor Swift- there’s no doubt that her beauty looks are fire.

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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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Combining sweaty gym hair with turn-of-the-century carved curls, autumn’s take on the wet look is both romantic and tough. The organic glossy waves makes a dramatic statement that pairs beautifully with dark lips or heavily lined eyes, both big trends for fall. Add these slick wisps to braids, buns, or brushed-back bobs. Click the style notes for step-by-step instructions to achieving  the look. –– Laura Martin

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