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Short and pixie-style haircuts can be worn in a slightly undone way during the day, but creating a more piece-y or sleek look with a pomade or styling wax will add the perfect amount of glamour to compliment your evening ensemble.
If you have medium length hair, hot rollers or a curling iron will kick your style up a notch. Give your hair some curls in the morning before work and pull it back to a low, slightly loose bun during the day. When it’s time to hit the town, remove the bun, shake out your hair and you’ll you’ll be “set” to go.

 

 

Long hair can be made to look a little more sophisticated for evening by adding an elegant hair pin, headband or clip. If you choose to wear a ponytail, keep it low for a more classic evening look.
 

Men want (and need) beauty grooming products just as much as we do. While they might not like to admit it, they want to look their best everyday. Since he is most likely not shopping around for products, gift him with something that will get him on the right skincare track, keep him smelling great or will keep him from looking like he’s applying for Santa’s job.

 

 

 

 

 

For more gift ideas, check out our Huge Holiday Gift Guide 2009

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If you’re hitting up any holiday festivities, a playful hairstyle is always in order. We loved Diane Kruger’s style when she attended the Hamilton Behind the Camera Awards recently and just had to get the scoop on how to get the look. Creating a modern day “twist” on a classic Hollywood style, stylist Richard Marin shared his four simple steps for re-creating this great holiday style at home.

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First, dry hair with head titled forward using an ionic dryer for maximum shine and volume (try the Remington Professional Dryer, $44.99, stylewithremington.com).

 

Next, part hair to side, then, using a 1” barrel curling iron, section hair in pieces that are about 1 1/2 inches by 3 inches wide. Curl all the hair in one direction for a uniform wave pattern, and let curls cool to set.

 

Brush hair out in a downward motion. Keep brush close to scalp, and finger waves will form. Brush waves to one side, and secure in side ponytail.

 

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Finally, roll hair into smooth bun with the ends poking out, and pin into place. Finish with a touch of hairspray and bit of shine spray. To glam it up, add a pretty hair accessory. We found this gorgeous Pearl Barrette at Ulta ($4.50, ulta.com)

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