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A few years back Karlie Kloss debuted a fun and flirty bob that sent women and girls into a frenzy of shoulder-grazing looks, from tousled to curly to asymmetric, textured and messy. In these modern times of easy-going gritty chic, the classic blunt bob was conspicuous by its absence. Then this year’s the Met Gala bestowed us with Bella Hadid’s freshly cut blunt bob in dark chocolate tones, which she has continued to wear all throughout spring, including this image from last week’s CFDA Fashion Awards. Is this sparking a new era of classic one length bobs in sensual singular colors?

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Photo: Vogue Paris March 2016

Now that spring is here, I bet you’ll start seeing a lot more hair makeovers, many of which will consist of a fringe. And fringes are amazing! They’re a great option to try out a new look without sacrificing too much length of your ends. However many ladies are afraid to take the plunge and try a blunt or side-swept look because bangs aren’t always the most low-maintenance. However, wearing and maintaining your fringe can be so much easier if you know a few helpful styling tricks. Click through to style notes to get the details. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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Clean lines look, chic, modern and expensive, especially if they are perfectly tailored. Like a well-fitted suit, this classic cut has timeless appeal because it offers a flattering shape that is easily customized. The quality of the lines and the shape and length of the fringe individualize the look. It’s a great update to the long bobs that reigned last year. Click the notes to learn more about getting this shape custom tailored for your own unique style and features. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →