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NOCTURNAL

Taken from the Nocturnal collection by Lina Arrojo this vanguard reinterpretation of the bowl features deep-set bangs and a dramatic blue-black color tone. We love how the brow-dusting fringe centers attention on the eyes while the classic, bold and graphic shape remains ideal for framing strong features. Learn how to style a similar look in the notes.

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hard haircuts

Certain shapes like long layers and the lob work on almost everyone, but other cuts are famously hard to pull off: boyish crops, rounded bowl cuts, wide blunt bangs, and mermaid length. Although these shapes are challenging, they can be adopted to suite your own particular features. Learn to transform these tough to pull off cuts into your favorite new look in the notes. –– Laura Martin

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Nickelodeon’s Kid’s Choice Awards gives young Hollywood a chance to practice their poses before heading off to the big time. On form last night, Zendaya Coleman in a frisky spring outfit and trend-triggering hairdo. Although the bob is the talk of the town, fashion’s undercurrent –– evidenced in editorials, ad campaigns and look books –– is drifting towards mod-inspired bowl cuts. Similar to a bob, but longer and rounded through the back, and usually paired with deliciously deep-set bangs, this retro look is modern again. Zendaya created her style with a wig, yet anyone with some length can cut their own hair into this shape for spring. Learn more in the notes.

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bowl

At Style Noted towers we spend a lot of time perusing hair imagery. Lately, we’ve spotted a return of the bowl. There’s even an Instagram account dedicated to its revival. Although the bowl can fail if the suitability is not right or if the cut is not bespoke, modern high-fashion interpretations are adding beautiful design details to this classic look; the picture above, for example, is an asymmetrical half-bowl with splashes of dusty lavender hand-painted on. It was sent to us Corrinn Dinan, stylist at ARROJO NYC, and you can read her inspirations for this style look in the notes.

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Submitted by Isobel Hinks, stylist and educator for iconic British hairdressing brand, Vidal Sassoon, this versatile short hairstyle bares the hallmarks of a classic Sassoon cut, yet with the texture, softness and movement of a chic contemporary style. Somewhere between a bowl and a pixie, the cut also features a veil that covers a hidden fringe, which can be exposed and parted for a tailored finish. Learn more about the shape and style of this look in the notes.

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