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EASY-CARE HAIRSTYLES ARE HERE TO STAY

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What's in vogue in hairstyles? According to local stylists, here's what's fashionable:

- Patty Mulderig of Robert Steur & Friends: Sleek, straight Sassoon-look. Also sporty and very short - feminine, up-over-the-ear boy cuts.- Kathy Shuey of Hair Today: Tons of short cuts. Softer. More toward the face, which is more flattering to the eyes. Lot of bobs, but straighter. Easy-care hair is here to stay.

- Tony Shiraki of Kami Hair: Long and short '60s look, with half curls, movement and fullness in the crown.

- Shelly Meier-Wolf of McCarty's: Very natural. Feminine, whispy-like look. Natural neck lines. Highlighting. Coloring with warm chestnuts, mahogany and titian.

- JaLyn Helm of Hair Alliance Inc.: Shorter. Softer with big curls. Weight on top and around face. Natural colors. Lots of low lighting and adding reds to give hair healthier look. Heavy, heavy shine.

- Nancy Landvatter, of Greg's: Short and "caps" - cut one-length. Curly, tossed, wind-blown look. The messier the better. Products that create shine.

- Umberto Cerriot, owner, Salon of Italy: Very short or very long. Very casual, wind-blown. Soft body perms. Auburn color.

- Richard Collard of David Anthony Sargeant Salon: Shorter boy cuts. Sleeker, more sophisticated hair. Semipermanent color that lasts six to eight weeks. Longer, softer bangs. More center parts.

- Michelle Mackay, owner, Michelle & Co.: Natural, healthy hair!