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Baby bangs are back for 2016, with enough variation to suit everyone’s style. Blunt, choppy, and soft wispy versions were all seen on the Spring/Summer 2016 runways with lengths ranging from less than an inch above the brow to just below the hairline. Short bangs open up and lengthen the face and make eyes look larger and wider. What’s not to love? Click the notes to learn more about this season’s trending fringes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

 

Glossy-Waves

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Glossy waves makes sexiness a certainty. If you’re getting ready for a Friday night out, adopt this style, so that when you enter the room, you’ll be the wow-factor.  Glossy waves can, however, be a challenge to make. Too much product can make them crispy instead of flouncy, careless handling can make the texture rough instead of smooth. Sometimes glossy waves go limp, other times they refuse to move at all. What’s the secret to perfect glossy waves? We got the notion. . .

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holly

Truman Capote’s quirky character Holly Golightly became a national treasure when she was brought to life by Audrey Hebburn in the movie adaptation of the novella, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Aside from her breezy positively, what captured the imagination was her elegant, effortless style: little black dresses, gorgeous necklaces, and beautiful swept updos. It was the epitome of the free-spirited poise and panache of the hopeful 1960s girl. More than 50 years on, her updo can still make you the queen of society. Learn how to get it in the notes.

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NOCTURNAL

Taken from the Nocturnal collection by Lina Arrojo this vanguard reinterpretation of the bowl features deep-set bangs and a dramatic blue-black color tone. We love how the brow-dusting fringe centers attention on the eyes while the classic, bold and graphic shape remains ideal for framing strong features. Learn how to style a similar look in the notes.

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