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Taylor Swift may be the queen of the celebrity spat, but there’s no argument over her bangs. Deep-set and full, her fringe is one of the best. It grazes her brows beautifully, bringing focus down to her alluring peepers. For those at home, getting a bang is a great way to make your eyes your focal point, and change up your look –– without losing length. Click style notes for expert tips on styling bangs.  Click for StyleNotes →

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Most of us are our own worst critics. I often hear women complain that they dislike the roundness of their face or the fullness of their cheekbones, but usually what they’re perceiving is an illusion created by their hairstyle. Many trendy looks—center parts, geometric bobs, and long bangs just to name a few—can foreshorten or square off the face while other styles will lengthen and elongate. Click the note to learn how to style your hair for a longer, leaner look. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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A fresh haircut is exciting, but it can also be a little awkward. The first few days of a new cut, it never looks quite right. Have you ever wondered why? Is it simply because you’re getting used to seeing something different or is it really true that a haircut settles over time, that it actually looks better once it’s been lived in? The truth is its a bit of both. Click the notes for details. Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Symmetry is calming, comforting, and classic; our brains like it because it is easy to process. Asymmetry is more complex, closer to chaos, but when properly balanced, it creates both harmony and energy. Asymmetric shapes are stimulating, and this makes them the perfect fix for boredom. So if you love your bob’s easiness, versatility and flattering line but are feeling the urge for a change, adjusting its proportions is the perfect solution. Learn more about shifting the balance of your bob in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →