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8 Dress & Hair Duos To Rock Any NYE Party

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    After the whirlwind that was the holiday party season, and the peaceful lull that follows, it can be difficult to get the motivation to put real clothes on, let alone get yourself all gussied up to partake in human interaction (of the non-family variety). Bad news, kids: NYE is literally days away, so unless you plan on hibernating straight into 2013, you’re going to have to get primped (and out of those pajamas — bummer).

    Since we know you’ve probably exhausted all your brain cells zoning out to Elf and Love Actually on repeat for the past few days, we’ve done the hard part for you by planning your perfect NYE party look.

    Here, we asked Sebastian Professional stylist Anthony Cole to offer up the best mane match to accentuate eight different styles of party frocks, and we snagged the fabulous Kerin Rose to give her tips on accessorizing each look. The only thing you need to do this NYE? Read their tips, drag your butt off the couch, and get yourself dressed to ring in 2013. We have faith in you.

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