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In the 1920s, when bobs first came into style, the cut was associated with the controversial flapper movement. Still wanting to be fashionable, less daring ladies wore their hair waved and pinned into head hugging shapes. Today, we know bobs are here to stay, but if you want the look without the commitment, this coif is a beautiful way to fake a shorter style. Get your own flapper inspired look in a few easy steps….

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This creative, graphic shape features heavy emphasis on the bangs and a strong, face-framing outline. A mid-length layer cut with layers beginning around the cheekbones, it’s a great cut to update your look for 2016, especially if your hair is fine or thin as these kinds of styles help to create an illusion of fullness. Layers also create space which gives texture room to work, meaning it’s easy to create a trendy, soft and natural-looking wave. Loose and shaggy through the back and sides, the heavy beans emphasize the eyes, adding boldness to the style.

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This subtle change in Christina’s color gives us a great opportunity to talk about one of the most desirable –– and dangerous –– hair hues: platinum blonde. Not quite as wildly white, this toned down version of her super bold blonde looks soft and pretty, which is one of the biggest challenges –– bleached hair often looks parched and frail. We think it is a fantastic, subtle change; Christina is bouncing along beautifully. Check out our quick, easy guide to living with platinum blonde, via the Style Notes…

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