Need a new haircut? Take a cue from these stylish celebs and inspiring real women
A shoulder-length cut showcases vibrant color.
A blunt cut draws attention to shiny, healthy hair.
Heavy bangs flatter a petite thirty-something face.
A gutsy pixie cut works well with busy lifestyles and flawless complexions.
An angled bob creates a strong silhouette.
Show off thick, wavy locks with a below-the-shoulder cut.
Feign fullness with a long bob-and-bang combo.
A tousled short cut looks stunning with bold features.
Prevent thick, naturally wavy hair from looking bulky with subtle layers.
A shoulder-length bob always looks polished.
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Volume-boosting layers look great curly or straight.
A shaggy bob instantly softens the face.
Long waves add body and look youthful.
Tousled texture achieves figure-balancing fullness.
An off-center part creates a swinging panel of hair disguising any imperfections.
A chin-length bob flaunts petite features.
Show off healthy locks with a long, smooth style.
A heavily layered cut that hits around the collarbone creates face-flattering softness.
A shoulder-length cut makes fine hair look thick.
This modified short shag looks stylish rather than severe thanks to an off-center part.
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A long layered cut adds movement to straight tresses.
A rounded bob adds oomph to fine locks.
A short shag cut makes bouncy waves easy.
A center part combined with strategic layers adds swing without looking severe.
A long bob flatters the jawline and is easy to put up on an "off" day.
Growing out greys? Forgo a harsh, sleek style for face-framing layers.
Fine hair appears fuller when cut between the chin and the collarbone.
A blunt, shoulder-skimming cut fattens limp locks.
Emphasize natural texture with a well shaped, shoulder-length cut.
Avoid stick straight styling which can make the face look too angular.
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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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First Published Tue, 2012-01-31 12:27
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