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ELEBS are adding sophistication and simultaneous girlish charm to their looks by donning simple black ribbons, everywhere from their necks to their hair. Best of all, black ribbon costs about, oh, $4 a yard at any craft supply store. Try one of these ideas from our editors on how to wear ’em: Braid hair and affix a large, wide ribbon to the bottom Make an edgier statement by wrapping ribbon completely around the base of a ponytail and securing with a bobby pin Dress up the look by opting for velvet ribbon Loop an inch-thick ribbon around your head like a headband, tie the ends at the nape of your neck
Bull’s-eye! If you thought the beauty aisle at Target couldn’t get any hotter, think again. The shopping megastore has once again upped its glam game by stocking its shelves with a mix of on-point launches from Aveeno and Clean & Clear, along with niche imports from Korean brands like Peach & Lily. And how’s this for exclusive: This month, celeb hairstylist Kristin Ess (who tends to Lauren Conrad’s tresses) debuts her 15-piece collection of strand essentials all under $15 only at Target and Target.com. All available at Target: Aveeno Positively Radiant Overnight Hydrating Facial, $17; Kristen Ess the One Signature Shampoo and Conditioner, $10 each, Frizz Management Cleansing Conditioner, $14, and Strand Strengthening Reconstructive Mask, $14; Peach & Lily TwentyFour/Seven Highlighter, $22, and Lipstick, $29; Clean & Clear Triple Clear Bubble Foam Cleanser, $7 64 Star F E B R U A RY
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