By Jamie Published 07/14/2015 15:06:00 | Views: 1886
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#1: Slanted bangs, stacked sides and an uber-sleek surface have even more impact because color is an awesome mix of gold, ginger and Irish Setter red

#2: This 1960s-inspired cut has jaw-skimming, angled sides and a bouffant treatment in back, but the color is all modern—streaks of neon red against chocolate-y brunette.

#3: On-purpose gray is having a moment! The hue works best if you have fair skin and green or blue eyes, and can be enhanced with streaks of lavender and platinum

#4: You can add volume to fine hair by having it cut into layers—but not too many, which will make strands look skimpy

#5: This pixie has a tough-girl vibe, especially when you slip into that high-collared, black vinyl jacket! The stacked back and angled bangs are spot-on smashing

#6: Push one side of a jaw-length crop behind the ear, direct the opposite onto your face with a little bit of wave thrown in, and you've got an easy, eye-catching look

#7: A shag with uneven bangs goes wide before tapering close at the bottom, and her purple-infused dark brunette color spotlights her amazing sapphire eyes!

#8: Go all-out edgy with this shattered bob's long, blunt bangs and face framing sides. For contrast, textured ends flick up on one side and bend under on the opposite.

#9: A hint of green punches up pale platinum and ensures the color is just as cool as the choppy cut

#10: This A-line bob is sure to stop traffic! Unevenly razored bangs and blonde highlights seal the deal

#11: Piles of pumped-up curl require a heavily layered wedge cut plus hair with tons of natural texture

#12: A great  in-between length is the lob. This one's done in high-maintenance blonde, but a little regrowth won't matter if your colorist adds darker panels to top

#13: Strike a pose in a bob with slanted sides, choppy bangs and a white-hot shade of platinum. Under layers will help you add lift as you blow-dry

#14: Shattered ends have built-in movement that make styling this flared bob a breeze! Solid bangs are uneven to echo flicked ends, and there's a hint of lift on top

#15: For all you girls out there who don't want to go too short, this bob falls to jaw-level and it's styled into barely-there waves. At night, take the front to one side

#16: This powerful pixie has short, blunt bangs that reveal Lily Collins-like brows, softly tousled crown layers plus sharp v's at the temples

#17: Medium Brunette lowlights and balayage highlights accentuate the angled lines of this cool crop, which is styled from a pivot point in back

#18: A short, platinum wedge has lots of flirt-appeal because the back is heavily graduated and full bangs bring the eyes into focus

A short, platinum wedge has lots of flirt-appeal because the back is heavily graduated and full bangs bring the eyes into focus

#19: This unique bob combines itty-bitty bangs, one flicked-up side and a panel of auburn. Direct shattered ends up and out and flat-iron front pieces

#20: From a smooth top, a bob segues into shattered ends that kick up all around. We love how her center part creates a unique cut-out at the forehead

#21: This beachy-bob is beautiful year-'round. You'll love its piece-y ends, hint of seperation and dramatic off-center part

#22: All-over layers go way-messy when scrunched with a texturizer. Take sections to one side, keeping the opposite half neat for contrast

#23: Pretty, precise details like swooping bangs, long, narrow side pieces and a teased crown add excitement to this crop, which is blown-out to smoothness

#24: You need pretty features and a flawless complexion to pull of this very short, edgy take on the classic bowl cut. Hair is under-layered for lift and pointy bangs fall to one side

#25: To soften up a very short pixie, full, sweeping bangs come off shorter layers at the crown, while the opposite side is slicked straight back

#26: This cute shag boasts pointy fringe, piece-y layers on top in shades of auburn and gold, and ends that peek out from behind

#27: If you want to make an edgy impression, try baby bangs, cheek-hugging sides and a closely tapered back with pops of ruby and purple against deep brunette

#28: Easy texture stands out, whether your hair is naturally "bent" or not. Use a large-barrel curling iron to add movement or scrunch in waves with your fingers for an undone feel

#29: Heavily angled fringe drops over one eye and a longer piece hits the side—all the better to point out gorgeous cheekbones

 

#30: Color your pixie amazing with a mix of cool burgundy and hot paprika. Color like this has gone mainstream

 
 
 
 
By Jamie 07/14/2015 15:06:00
 
 
 
 

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