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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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layers
Bringing up the topic of layers can make some shudder and others get excited. Layers work for certain strands and not for others. Do they work for you? A few simple hair and lifestyle tips will let you know if layers will work in your hair and also if you will be happy. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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pixie

No two pixie cuts are exactly the same; each unique crop reveals the personality and style of the wearer. The best short shapes are quirky and versatile. They look good tousled or sleek. Over the years lots of celebrities have embraced super short styles, but the examples below stand out from the rest. Click the notes to see the quintessential pixies. Maybe one of them will inspire you. –– Laura Martin

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fall hair cut 1

Despite declarations from industry insiders that a specific length is in or out, real girls always wear their hair at a variety of lengths. They should! No one cut works on everyone. The problem is if your particular length isn’t trending it can be hard to find pictures of fresh inspiration. We’d like to help. Click the notes for inspiring images of cuts ranging from pixie to mermaid.  –Laura Martin 

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exaggerated a line

Transitioning a bob into something longer and leaner for fall, this extreme A-line cut features deeply textured ends and a dramatic increase in length from back to front. Short tendrils at the front hairline and across the very top of the otherwise unbroken surface customize the shape. Combined with a vibrant hue like the deep copper shown here and the effect is elegant and contemporary. Click the style notes for tips on creating this graphic shape. –– Laura Martin

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