By Carolyn Salvaggio - For Weekender

Hairology: Ring in the new year with these suggestions from an astrological stylist

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Carolyn Salvaggio
Amanda Hrycyna| Weekender

Happy December, the season for giving. Hope you have the Christmas spirit.

Let’s move on. Visualize New Year’s Eve. Party night. Oh yeah, don’t forget the 25th Hour at The Woodlands, the “remember when” nightclub for many of us girls. So we’re all dressed up. Mostly black. Tight short skirts, tight long skirts or leggings if you can pull it off. Red lips or violet lips, heavy dark lashes and long hair. Real hair, not extensions. All 12 of us are turning heads as we strut toward the dance floor.

Girlfriend Aries just had color. It’s called wild copper.

Sweet Taurus is complimenting her. She is excited about her inflated (teased) French twist.

Dear Gemini is showing us her two twists and ponytail. She’s really a double Gemini tonight.

Cancer is tossing her long, shiny penny waves, hoping everyone notices her new gloss hair color, while Leo’s nickname for the night is Goldilocks with a lot of waves and curls.

Virgo hopes her top bun doesn’t fall while she’s dancing, while Libra’s braided side bun is decorated with her grandmother’s crystal brooch.

Scorpio hopes everyone notices her vibrant black tresses. Her salon calls it the new black.

Following her is Sagittarius with her new silver toner. Her salon calls it the rage.

Capricorn is thrilled with her Taylor Swift shag. Her stylist said it’s really a layered bob.

Miss Aquarius is wearing a knotted bun cuffed with a rhinestone bracelet. She’s also wearing a velvet headband.

Last is gorgeous Pisces whose hair is long violet waves.

The DJ comments about the stunning group, then he plays “The Age of Aquarius.” Some cheer, others are dancing to it for the first time.

Merry Christmas and happy New Year, stargazers.

To all, goodwill and peace on Earth.

Carolyn is author of Hairology and can be reached at Star Tresses, (570) 283-0200 or at

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By Carolyn Salvaggio

For Weekender

Carolyn Salvaggio Salvaggio Amanda Hrycyna| Weekender

Carolyn is author of Hairology and can be reached at Star Tresses, (570) 283-0200 or at