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Taken from Lina Arrojo’s collection, Re-Aligned, this is a classic short shape with a modern twist. “In fashion and beauty, we are always looking at what came before as inspiration for what comes next,” says Lina. “With Re-Aligned, I wanted to reignite my love of the classics, while offering a fashionable new collection. This style was made using ARROJO straightedge razor techniques, which means they naturally feature more texture and taper than any previous take on these looks.” Learn how to style a similar shape in the notes. Click for StyleNotes →

color block

This bob’s bright splashes of color nod to its sixties influence when bold color blocked dresses and geometric haircuts were the hallmarks of trendy mod fashion. Short round fringe, piecey internal texture and asymmetry give the style a contemporary twist. The bright pops of color are anchored in a natural dark blonde base for a bold, but wearable look. Click the style notes for steps to achieving the look. –– Laura Martin

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fringefall

Fall is the perfect time to cut a bang. Why? Because humidity starts to drop and you can wear a perfect fringe without having to worry about fuzzy pieces or weird curly bits. So what type of perfect bang should you try out for autumn? Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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Short bangs look both youthful and edgy. They open up long cuts, add gamine sexiness to short shapes, and give bobs a fashion-forward twist. There’s a lot to love, but there’s also a lot that can go wrong. Don’t try this at home! A poorly cut micro fringe can make you look childish or mis-proportioned, while a well-cut version will add a funky, youthful vibe. Learn the dos and don’ts of this trending fringe in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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