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Winter weather can get you feeling frumpy and down, which is likely why salons are busier in January than July. Exiting the hair salon with perfectly glossy and vibrant hair color perks us up when we feel shabby and pale. But returning to the salon two weeks later wondering where all that magic went makes us mad as hell. While professionals do sometimes get things wrong, the most common reason why color fades too quickly for our liking is the way we treat the hair before and after the dye job. Eight simple rules can give you longer lasting, brighter color. Following these steps will make your feel better about your beauty investment, and extend the time you have to go back to the salon for a touch up.  Get the scoop below. . . 

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Cold and wind, rain and sleet and snow all contribute towards making this the most difficult season to care for tresses. The biggest problem was, is, and ever shall be frizz. The combination of blustering winds, dank days, and snowballs can leave hair incredibly dry and lacking moisture, so as soon as you try to style strands, they simply tuft together in a puffy frizz ball. How matronly! But it doesn’t have to be that way. The right regimen makes styling easier. For tips for your best ever season of winter hair care, click style notes.

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If your commute was as bad as mine yesterday AM, then you’re aware that, while walking to work can get your some needed fresh air, it can wreak havoc on your strands. Nothing will mess up your coif faster than the elements. From wind to rain and snow, if you’re not prepared your nice morning walk will turn your blow-out limp and negate all your hard work. But with a few quick tricks you can salvage your hair from a difficult and long morning commute. Click through to the notes to get the insight. –– Michelle Rotbart  Click for StyleNotes →

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It appears Kim Kardashian has once again broken the internet this week, by revealing on her website that she only shampoos her hair twice a week. Kim went on to write ”keeping your hair shiny and soft in the winter can be difficult! I only shampoo it twice a week to prevent it from drying out.” Who would have thought she was so low maintenance? Mrs. Kardashian-West does have a good point though, over cleansing can cause dryness especially in this weather.  Now that the winter months are actually here, it’s important to protect your hair from damage that this season can cause. For tips and tricks o keep your hair healthy and gorgeous till spring and beyond, click through. –– Michelle Rotbart  Click for StyleNotes →

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It’s finally cooled down which means I can wear some of my favorite fall staples: chunky boots, fuzzy sweaters, berry lipstick, and lots of hats. While I love all hats from the fedora to the knit beanie, I definitely don’t love hat hair. But the great news for all of us is that we don’t have to suffer from bad hair days and can still rock cute hats as the temperature continues to drop. I have four great dos and dont’s on how to avoid hat hair this season and still wear your favorite topper. Click through to the notes for the details. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →