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How-To: Pull-Through Pony into Fishtail

Blohaute founder Amanda Diedrich isn't afraid of lived-in looks, and she doesn't think they're going anywhere.Fave4, Blohaute and Glowout Salon in Chicago hosted a Fave4 Style Session and invited an exclusive group of stylists to ...

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2015 Grammys How-To: Katy Perry's Purple Textured Lob

Before anyone freaks out, let's just put it out there—YES! Katy Perry's fabulous purple lob at the 2015 Grammys was a wig. She later swapped that for a sleek brunette ponytail to perform. With that being said, isn't that ...

How-To: Retro Braided Bob by Ruth Roche

Ruth Roche sees no reason why not to combine two of-the-moment trends: bobs and braids.Roche, artistic ambassador for Pureology Serious Colour Care, notes you'll need a client with down-to-there hair for this one; taking the time to prep the ...

Trend Alert: “Urban Oxford” By Marylle Koken

Former private school boys, time to kick it up a notch with the latest trend, “Urban Oxford.” Lose the preppy and bring in the sexy with a look that combines deliberate style and laid-back street.

"Merry Modern Holiday" by Emily Eaton

Emily Eaton of Tyler Mason Salon and Spa in Indianapolis, IN created a holiday updo with elegant, melting color and poinsettia inspired curls.

Comedian and Fashionista Joan Rivers Dies at 81

Comedian and fashionista Joan Rivers has died at 81 after surgery complications. MODERN remembers her style through the years.

GET THE LOOK: Valentino-Inspired Pony on Catherine Bellis

First seen on Valentino's Fall/Winter '14 runway, this ponytail has been brought to tennis by 15-year-old Catherine Bellis. Get the look!

"The Power of Dimension" by Candace Raines

Candace Raines of Lola Salon in Villa Rica, GA designed this color and cut to emphasize rich, full dimension.

"Before and Afters" by Jodi Grieshop

Jodi Grieshop of Shear Salon in Atlanta, GA shares before and after photos and celebrity inspiration comparisons of cuts, colors, and styling.

TREND ALERT: Women's Undercut

Women going for shorter looks or shaved sides is nothing new, but recently celebs and everyday folk have started sporting sneakier undercuts.