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Some of us love to get haircuts; others keep shy of the shears, usually because of fears, like facing a dramatic change in appearance or using excessive length as a security blanket. But we all need to get hair cuts to maintain healthy-looking and strong strands. Frequent trims or mini trims combat breakage, as well as freshening the style. Plus, a little change every now and then is a great way to perk yourself up. If you struggle to take the leap to the salon, click through for seven signs, the time is now.

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Thinking of trying some red hair on? Do it! Everyone should wear a fiery hue at least once. With a wide variety of tones to choose from, the shade that can be tweaked to whoever is wearing it. Plus, red is tons of fun. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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Every girl should try out a fringe at least once in her life. There are so many cool options and styles it’s impossible to not find one you’d love. We do know, however, that some are put off by trying out a fringe because it’s a painful growing out process, once you decide you no longer want it. It can often seem like a long transition, but with the help of your stylist and a few tips and tricks you don’t have to be afraid of the growing out phase. So no need to be frightened, click through to stylenotes to learn how to mask a fringe that’s growing out. –– Michelle Rotbart

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Change is essential for survival; styles that don’t offer a lot of variation tend to fade away quickly. The looks that hold on season after season are those that lend themselves to reinvention, subtle shifts that keep them feeling fresh. Sometimes these changes seem obvious—like the shift from ombre to sombre—other times they’re so slight they go unremarked. Click the style notes to track the shifts that three major trends—ombre, bobs, and pastels—have undergone in the last two years. We’ll even tell you where we think they’re going next. –– Laura Martin

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It happened. You broke up with your significant other and now you are ready to move on. A lot of people immediately run to their stylist’s chair saying they want a big change, like cutting it all off or dramatically changing their color. While a change in appearance may help you move forward, a substantial change may have you regretting your decision down the line. Click the notes for tips on post break up hair. –– Kelly Rowe

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