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fashion magazines sporting either full heads of lavender, turquoise, some- times pink hair or accent pieces of cobalt blue or chartreuse used as an ombre color on the ends. My guess is that this will be a passing fancy that the average person working in cor- porate America will forego, but it has thrown a little flair into the mix.

On a note of considerable less com- mitment than the Katy Perry approach, nowadays it is relatively easy to pur- chase wefts of clip-in technicolor hair at almost any beauty supply store. If you’re feeling daring for a big night out, try the clip-ins and see how you feel about them. This way, the corpo- rate you can remain untouched but the glamorous party girl can sneak out every now and again without causing too much havoc to your hair (or hope- fully your reputation).

The even better news for Fall 2012 hair is that it is easy. Ease is the name of the game this year. No “Rachel from Friends” look that requires you spend half an hour or more on the blow out alone. Long hair should be very natu- ral. If you are lucky enough to have that beachy wave that most women absolutely kill themselves to flat iron

out, you are have hit the jackpot. Those Victoria’s Secret Angels have finally convinced us it’s ok to wake up and leave the house looking slightly “tou- sled”. That said though, true bedhead is not an option. Invest in a 1 to 11/2 inch curling iron and have your stylist give you a lesson on how to create loose, vertical waves. It is one of the easiest looks to accomplish in years.

Don’t be a negative Nellie and say you don’t know how to use a curling iron. No one is born knowing how to use a curling iron, but it’s a truly easy thing to learn. This isn’t a voluminous look either. The roots remain much more natural while the loose wave is con- centrated in more of a downward, not outward, movement.

Topping it off with argan oil (a current favorite product at salons these days) or serum for shine completes the look. The bonus is that you won’t have to sham- poo your hair as much either. Though this may sound really yucky to some, it’s the secret to healthier, well-nourished hair.

Along those same lines, ponytails are massive in 2012. Who doesn’t love that? The best trends for ponies are the low, right at the base of the neck look

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