Fall Beauty Sneak Peek

Our New York Fashion Week correspondent got all the juicy deets about what makeup and hairstyles will be hot this fall/winter 2010. Here's how you can steal the runway beauty looks for less.

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At many shows, backstage hair was either left long or lanky, loosely curled to create natural waves, or twisted into chignons to create classic glamour. At Monique L'Huillier, the hair was blow dried straight and coated with sculpting liquid to tame any flyaway hairs. Extensions were added for length, and twisted with silk fabric from the collection until the hair coiled naturally into itself. After pinning to secure the top knot, extra firm hairspray secured the style and shine! To try this look, wash and dry hair until it is 80 percent dry. Work styling gel, such as BedHead Creative Genius ($14.50) at cvspharmacy.com, into the hair and add clip-on extensions ($15.95) at walgreens.com, in a color identical or close in shade to your own color. Add ribbon or fabric for a fun accent. Separate into sections and twist or braid into an updo. Finish the look with Garnier Fructis Style in Full Control ($4.29) at target.com.

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