This year is all about blunt, retro-inspired haircuts. We love how Margot Robbie’s angular cut is just long enough to be styled up or down.
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Victoria’s Secret Angel Elsa Hosk proves that a ’70s haircut can look just as gorgeous in 2018. This style is all about layers—from the long bangs to the flippy ends.
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Take the bulk out of heavy or thick hair by cutting the ends with a razor and not a scissor, as seen here on Hailey Baldwin.
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Short hair is as versatile as any other hair length, and model Jourdan Dunn is here to prove it. We love how a day after wearing her hair super-sleek and centre-parted, Dunn hit up NYFW wearing perfectly messy bends that helped accentuate the layers in her cool haircut.
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Some of us have accidentally worn this trend, seen on Emma Watson, when we got a little too scissor happy while trimming our bangs. But baby bangs (or micro fringe) is having a moment—whether you like it or not.
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Rowan Blanchard upgraded a shoulder-grazing lob with wispy and light bangs perfect for spring.
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Kerry Washington proves that hair doesn’t have to be long or short to make a major beauty statement. That awkward in-between length isn’t awkward at all, especially when parted deep to one side and styled in glossy curls.
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The Subtle Side Bang
Side bangs are ripe for a comeback, but you don’t have to dive head-first into the trend. Angel Sara Sampaio’s haircut features a subtle side-bang, thanks to long face-framing layers.
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If your hair is naturally curly but you haven’t worn it like that in years—now is the time to start. Ask for a haircut that takes weight and bulk out of your hair, particularly near the mid-lengths, so that your curls can spring-up naturally, then invest in a good hair diffuser.
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If you don’t want to chop any inches of your long hair but you’re itching for a change, get bangs. Selena Gomez just debuted choppy side-swept bangs at the Coach NYFW show that could very well be faux. It’s a haircut even the most commitment-weary among us can’t resist trying.