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By: Stellure  05-Apr-2012

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At Stellure we know that you need detailed up-to-date information and advice to make important decisions regarding your hair. In the Stellure article library you will find advice to guide you through selecting a new hair style, hair care advice, styling techniques and tips, trend reports and analysis.

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Hairstyles and fashion in 2005

On the London catwalks the tomboy trend was seen in pieces like a chunky knit sweater wrapped with a black tuxedo bow belt, wide-leg trousers cropped mid-calf, and bright checked men's shirts revamped with feminine blousy sleeves. Joely Richardson sought to cement her place as a showbiz princess by wearing a gown once worn by the twentieth century's epitome of femininity and glamour - the late Princess Diana.


Hairstyles and fashion at the 2004 Oscars

Long after everyone has forgotten who won what, the fashion pundits will still be analyzing which celebrity wore what and how, so here is some up-to-the-minute analysis of fashion and hair at the 2004 Oscars. There was perhaps no greater emblem of the turn to ultra-femininity than the oft leather clad and androgynous Annie Lennox wafting along in a Stella McCartney 1930s-inspired ice blue, silk satin gown.


Prom Hair Styles for 2004

At their 2004 Spring Showing, Gucci had models with heavy pageboy hair cuts straight from the streets of 1960s swinging London. This is a style that has been catching on ever since Alyssa Milano of Charmed graced our screens sporting this cut hair cut. Although hair is set to fall naturally this season, it is important to remember that this look requires time in the salon.


Choosing Your Bridal Hairstyle

If you do want to grow your hair, then grow it, but don't do something just because you think that a bride should.Although this article outline some general rules of thumb, remember that a bride with a flair for the dramatic and a strong personality can carry off pretty much anything.