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Paris Fashion Week is in full force with Chloé’s Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear Collection hitting the runway yesterday. Creative Director Ramsay-Levi’s vision for this show was to pull from Chloé looks throughout the entire history of the house and use a little bit from all of her predecessors. Besides the bohemianism and pattern work, the show taught us one crucial lesson: bangs are here to stay and work with LITERALLY every hair type. So put your excuses aside and fringe up because it’s bang season in the fashion world.

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Growing out bangs can be a challenge, one that many people resolve with an arsenal of bobby pins and headbands. Accessories are a great help for the occasional bad hair day, but it is possible to grow out a fringe without wearing it pinned back for six months. The key is to embrace some interim steps, reshaping your bangs instead of just letting them go wild. Following these steps will gradually blend your bang into the rest of your hair so you’ll feel like you have a real style every step of the way. Click the notes for three simple steps to bang grow-out success. –– Laura Martin 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 →

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2015 was dominated by the half-knot, pink hair, and ornate braids. Now that into the new year, it’s time to think about what 2016 will hold for our locks. My follicle forecasting sensors are telling me that this year will be an epoch of individuality, one that calls for nonconformist approaches and free-spirited attitudes. Think strong statements and lots of self-expression. It’s going to be a great year of hair-watching, on and off the street. To see my thoughts on what 2016 will hold, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →