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The shag is a flattering style for thick textures, but for fine, low-density strands the heavily layered style can look stringy and thin. This shape is the perfect solution, offering a choppy grungy vibe without excessive thinning. Thick, textured bangs add visual density. Un-layered length with choppy tips create a varied surface while maintaining weight. The result is cool, easy to style, and perfect for fine, straight textures. Learn more about the look in the notes. ––  Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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When we talk about fashion icons we often mention those with a classical style, but edgy girls need inspiration too. Edie Campbell is young, but she’s already made an impact and her hair has been a huge part of her success. Her first major transformation from a flaxen one-length cut with bangs to an ebony shag debuted on the cover of Vogue. She wears styles that other girls fear – bowls, mullets – and she makes them look sexy and glamorous. Her most recent style is a jet bob-length crop with some very unusual details. Click the notes to learn more and see her latest look. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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I love bangs and I’m always happy when the thick ones are on trend. But as a long-time bang lover, I know this particular style comes with some challenges, especially when it comes to wearing your hair up. A blunt fringe negates the possibility of wispy edges or face framing tendrils. The strong line of a full bang can give the right updos a cool, contemporary edge, but on the wrong look it can feel blocky and awkward. Click the notes to find out which styles pair best with a strong fringe. ––  Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

summer bangs

Bangs can be a tough look to have in the summer. Big, thick, and blunt bangs can be even harder. So why would you try to pull this off on the warm months? Because heavy hair like this can look striking and beautiful with the flowing and delicate dresses and tops of summer. Click the notes for tips on how to pull off this not so summer hairstyle. –– Kelly Rowe

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Bangs

The contrast of thick, shiny bangs and loose, wispy layers is an intriguing balance of ethereal and architectural styles. The textures anchor each other, creating a balanced look that is urban, pretty and ultra-stylish. It’s especially suited for the trends this spring, which are falling towards the extreme ends of the texture spectrum. It’s both organic and geometric. Click the style notes to learn more about getting and styling this au courant cut. –– Laura Martin

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