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SHORT & SIDE-SWEPT
ditches the piecey pixie for something more polished – her slicked-down, asymmetrical style is low-maintenance yet totally elegant.
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From the volume at the crown to the wispy side tendrils, beehive-esque do is a throwback to the days of big hair. Paired with a supermodern dress and jewels, the look is cheeky and not at all dated.
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SHAVED ON THE SIDE
This buzzed-section style may not be for everyone, but sure makes us want to experiment! Long layers keep the look feminine, and you can always part your hair in the middle to cover the edgy patch during the workweek.
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SAUCY CENTER PART
Expect to see tons of celebs rocking the center split in coming months. Sarah Hyland gives her ’90s-era, ultra-flat-ironed locks a little lift with volume at the crown.
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SLEEK FULL BUN
Though an every-strand-in-place topknot like requires a little extra effort, the payoff is enormous. Use a smoothing serum before drying, then add hot rollers for volume. Finally, wrap a ponytail carefully around an elastic, pinning as you go.
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BOB WITH BANGS
All-one-length bobs are back in a big way for spring, and Anna Faris’s cut combines two of our favorite trends: heavy, eyebrow-grazing bangs and a chin-length crop. No maintenance required (hello, morning-after brunch!), but it still looks pulled-together.
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HIPPIE, BEACHY BEAUTY
Trying another spin on the center part (and one that doesn’t require a flat-iron), Paz Vega sports her mane long and wavy. A straight-down-the-middle divide and majorly glossy strands elevate an undone do to a definitive style.