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A modified pompadour (tapered slightly at the sides) creates flattering fullness at the crown.
Prevent bangs from looking harsh by adding choppy layers around the face.
A swept-back style steers eyes upward and lengthens the neck.
Height at the crown of a midlength ’do creates a lifting effect.
Side swept, fringy bangs look modern and divert attention from imperfections around the eyes.
A tapered short cut opens up the face, lifts the eyes and flatters the neck.
A chin-length bob with bangs keeps bulk off the face without making you feel too exposed.
A short cropped cut is a cinch to style.
A layered chin-length cut complements every hair type.
A shoulder-skimming style with long bangs will disguise damaged strands.
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