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A few years back Karlie Kloss debuted a fun and flirty bob that sent women and girls into a frenzy of shoulder-grazing looks, from tousled to curly to asymmetric, textured and messy. In these modern times of easy-going gritty chic, the classic blunt bob was conspicuous by its absence. Then this year’s the Met Gala bestowed us with Bella Hadid’s freshly cut blunt bob in dark chocolate tones, which she has continued to wear all throughout spring, including this image from last week’s CFDA Fashion Awards. Is this sparking a new era of classic one length bobs in sensual singular colors?

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In the summer, bangs can be frustrating. They get sweaty, frizzy, and flyaway. But as the weather cools, adding some fringe is a fun and easy way to update your look. Keep your bangs short and piecey and you’ll get the face framing benefits without hair in your eyes. Learn more about the advantages of this particular fringe in the notes. –– Laura Martin

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Anyone who has had a fringe will tell you they have a love-hate relationship with it. Yes they can give you the Anita Pallenberg swagger, and even hide your wrinkles, but they can seriously be annoying. And though we saw them all over the runway this past season, the current weather is already deterring many ladies from adding a bang to their look. Seriously, summer time turns bangs into a combination of sweaty and sticky. But if you’ve already made the commitment I’ve got four tips and tricks to help you get through the summer. Click through to style notes to learn how. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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Bangs and warm weather can be a challenging combination. Humidity makes them frizzy, sweat makes them stringy. This piecey, weightless fringe offers the perfect solution. This bang looks good even if you sweat, and the light texture won’t frizz. Learn more about this trending seasonal fringe in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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