Updating hair style
Experimenting with a new look can be as simple as flipping it to the opposite side of your head.
The simple switch can add new volume at the roots and alter the way the front sections frame your face.
Accessories are also a cost-effective way to update your closet's contents because you can wear them day after day.
This year, look for pieces made from faux crocodile leather and other exotic "skins," says New York–based handbag designer Rebecca Minkoff.
"Changing your part is an especially great way to get long hair out of a rut without sacrificing any length," says San Diego–based hairstylist Jet Rhys.
For example, oval-shaped tips painted with pale-pink polish are pretty, but a little predictable.
"This is a fabulous way to get sexy hair with minimal effort," Rhys says.
If you don't own a set of rollers, try the new versions that have an aluminum/ceramic core, which helps them hold heat for longer (We like Spornette's Battalia Ceramic Thermal Rollers.) The tapered toe fell out of fashion's favor for a couple of seasons, but this season, it's the shoe shape of choice.
Foundation isn't the most thrilling makeup topic, but it makes a huge difference to your overall look.
To get the most flawless finish, take your application technique up a notch with Alcone Non-Latex Sponges (.50 for six).
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They're also the perfect way to give hair oomph on days when you don't wash it.