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Bangs are hot right now, but for many people they can also be intimidating. You may fear bangs because of the need for trims, or because you worry you won’t know how to style them, or because you’re not sure if a blunt fringe will flatter your features. But even if you hate getting trims, never touch a hairdryer, and have strong features that don’t work well with geometric shapes, there’s a bang that’s perfect just for you. Don’t believe me? Learn more in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

face shape

Bangs, if you have them, make up only a small part of your hairstyle. But it’s where you can accentuate cheekbones and eyes and hide any imperfections, making them a key feature of the style. They’re also on trend for fall, sure to be one of the season’s coolest looks. If you’re on this train, tailoring the fringe for your face shape is the best way to make your bangs the best. Whether your face shape is round, long, oval, square, or heart there’s tips for bespoke bangs in the notes.

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short bangs

Everyone is wearing long bangs, the piecey, choppy grown out kind. They are super cool and they look great on some people. But, like any beauty trend, they don’t work for everyone. If you’ve embraced the long bang you may find yourself fighting forehead grease, feeling unpolished, or constantly trying to get those wispy strands out of your face. You may think the solution is to grow out your new fringe. But I’ve got a better idea. Go shorter. Yes, really. Click the style notes for a few good reasons. –– Laura Martin

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Image 1-17-15 at 11.40 AMThis season’s new fringe is sexy, lived in, and mysterious. It looks great with shaggy layers, smooth long strands, and swingy bobs. It’s flattering on everyone and works even if you have cowlicks. The fringe is thick and full, falling to the lash line with diffused edges for flirty softness. Learn what to ask for and how to style them after the break. –– Laura Martin

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