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The autumn-winter season thus far has been a bit unpredictable; one day it’s freezing and windy and the next sunny and humid. You never know what weather is going to hit so it’s important to be prepared in terms of your wardrobe, and more importantly your hair. From humidity to sudden gusts of wind, your tresses can certainly take a beating during this time. Luckily, we have a few great products and tricks to help you fight the season’s moody weather. Click through to notes to learn what you need to make it through the season. –– Michelle Rotbart

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Shot behind the scenes at a recent hair event, this image presents a model wearing Nick Arrojo’s latest hair cut. A gorgeously texturized mid-length razor-cut that blends layers, texture, length and weight, the windswept swoosh, carefree parting, and  diffused silhouette combine for a hip, envy-inducing look for fashionable girls about town. Learn more about this style in the notes.

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This texture goes beyond tousled — it is seriously mussed, rumpled and windblown. It’s wild quality feels sensual and untamed, like it’s been out partying all night and still wants more. It’s just the thing to add a little attitude without sacrificing glamour, perfect for spicing up a simple ensemble or taking an avant-garde look to new heights. To learn how to get untamed beauty in a few simple steps, click style notes. –– Laura Martin

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Keeping up with the fashions and the fads is fastidious work. As example, take bobs. Would you like it square or round, asymmetrical or not? Are bangs to be blunt, or swept to the side? And now there is a new kind of bob. It is a style that is cut in the shape of a bob, but is significantly longer than the atypical version –– thus making the long bob or, to those into the whole brevity thing, the lob. We love Rihanna’s version because it looks polished and refined, yet wild and windswept. The flipped, uneven ends drape around the face, putting body and movement on her dazzling features. The clean lines through the sides and the back lend control. A paragon of red, Rihanna’s blazing crimson color lights any fire.

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