No need to spend a ton of money or time on your hair to give it a cool new look for spring. To master this season's hottest trends all it takes is the right product, a brush or comb, and a few minutes of practice in front of the mirror. Click the video to watch celebrity men's groomer and AXE hair expert Amy Komorowski walk you through the classic look (think Leo DiCaprio in The Great Gatsby) and the quiff (think David Beckham's rockabilly 'do). Try out these easy styles and your mane will be the main event.

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JT has come a long way from his scary bleach blonde N’SYNC fro. Now he knows how to rock a stylish sophisticated look and that’s partly thanks to Amy Komorowski. As a celebrity men’s groomer andAXE hair expert Komorowski has worked her magic on a whole bunch of Hollywood A-listers like Justin, Mark Wahlberg and Denis Leary. The highly sought after stylist set aside some time from her jam-packed schedule to share her expert tips on hair care with us so you can look as sleek and sharp as a star.

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MensFitness.com: Best Fashion Tools for Men

There's nothing men like less than spending time and money on clothes. They dread that daily trip to the closet, and the helpless feelings that ensue when asking themselves the question, "what should I wear?" If you find yourself stumped by this question day after day, then get your hands on these 3 essentials. No, we are not referring to a pair of black skinny jeans, a leather jacket, and a crisp button-down. We are talking about websites and apps that do the organizing and planning for you. Here, three tools that make understanding fashion and getting dressed a cinch. You're welcome.

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There are a few reasons why guys like NY Giants' wide receiver Ramses Barden and the NY Knicks' J.R. Smith look to designer John Bartlett to keep them looking like the ballers that they are. First, of course...his clothes—a line of lightweight suits, cabana shirts and updated South Beach-style separates—make any man look effortlessly cool and ever so slightly preppy.

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The first show I checked out this week was Gilded Age.

Designer Stefan Miljanic is known for his painstaking attention to detail, and it showed in this collection.

We know it is just so mindless and easy to throw on a basic black t-shirt and jeans, but mixing in a little color here and there will go a long way toward helping you look less, well...generic. 

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Refinery29.com: The Lazy Girl Gift Guide

Refinery29.com: The Lazy Girl Gift Guide

Sure, online shopping lets you scroll through stores in your sheepskin slippers, but that doesn't mean it's not stressful. When you've got tabs open for 10 different sites, it's hard to keep track of everything. Cue Fancy. This crowd-curated shopping platform lets you browse, bookmark, and buy trending products in one place, all without leaving your couch or getting lost in the tabs. And, because style and stress don't mix, we're partnering up with Fancy to create the Lazy Girl Gift Guide — and give away $1,000 to do all your holiday shopping.

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If you mixed Rumi Neely with Erin Wasson, and added a heavy dose of down-to-earth California cool, what would you get? "A cowgirl in a kimono." That's how Jill Wallace, founder of the artsy fashion blog, Little Black Boots, describes her off-the-cuff sexy, boho-chic style. 

Clicking through our newfound crush's blog feels like an exclusive pass into L.A.'s hidden locales that only the elite urbanites would know about. From shooting an eclectic mix of kimonos, cutout maxis, and a limitless supply of Aztec jewelry against the backdrop of graffiti murals to finding the purported best sticky rice on the east side of the 110 freeway, Little Black Boots serves as an Angeleno's hunting grounds for truly one-of-a-kind inspo we die for. 

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While we admit that David O. Russell is a genius with this heavy-hitter flick, it’s Michael Wilkinson who is responsible for bringing American Hustle to life. The film, about con artists in the '70s, conveys this decade at its best, with sequins, perms, long nails, and confidence, all thanks to the Aussie costume designer. Think gorgeous gowns, provocative cuts, blunt lines, and exquisite details galore.

Wilkinson has previously worked on Man of Steel, Watchmen, and both Twilight: Breaking Dawn films, but he’s never dazzled quite like he does here — literally. 

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