Bubblegum, lush mango and sweet strawberry; these delicious-sounding treats are all hot hues for your lips in 2011. We love a vibrant, juicy pout like Katy Perry's because it brightens up pale winter skin and brings to mind the warmer weather ahead.
The big hair trend at Fashion Week Spring 2011 was 70s-era glam styles. Redken Creative Consultant Guido Palau summed it up in one word: Decadence. Shiny, sculpted waves like Kim Kardashian's perfectly capture that classy and sassy vibe.
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The top haircut for Spring 2011, as evidenced by Michelle Williams and pretty much all of Young Hollywood, is the pixie crop. The gamine hairstyle puts the focus on your face, bringing out your cheekbones and making an oh-so-chic statement.
Cool, frosty tones are out and warm, cozy hair color is in this spring. Khloe Kardashian is just one of many celebs to embrace the flattering trend, trading in her raven locks for a fiery red hue that warms up her whole look.
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The foiled eye effect, as seen here on Scarlett Johansson, is a sexy look that flatters every skin tone. We're particularly loving the new batch of copper and rose-gold shades that are suddenly everywhere right now.
Smooth, side-swept styles were all the rage backstage at Fashion Week Spring 2011. It's an easy-to-do hairstyle that works with any length. Just create a deep side-part, smooth hair to one side and secure with a pretty barrette--or leave it loose like Ashley Greene.
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If you're looking to make a big change with minimal cutting, you just can't beat bangs. The latest iteration of this iconic style is a messy, brow-grazing look like Lake Bell's. It's sexy in a slightly innocent way that we're obsessed with.
After taking a backseat these past few seasons, blush is back in a big way. In addition to Cameron Diaz's healthy, apple-cheeked glow, expect to see the return of the contoured cheek, as well as an emphasis on brighter blush colors for Spring 2011.
While we did see a lot of smooth, sleek looks on the runway, textured hair was equally as prevalent. Curls in particular will be a dominating trend as more women embrace their natural texture. One look at the gorgeous Maggie Q and her curled coiff has us convinced that au naturel is the way to go.
Goodbye lob, hello blunt bob! Last season's ubiquitous long bob has given way to this season's sexy blunt bob. Stars like Kirsten Dunst have embraced the chic cut and with good reason: It's a great face-framing tool that's also versatile and easy to style. It's the hairstyle that keeps on giving.