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Short is the New Sexy
Leslie Loyola
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Coco Chanel once said that a woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life. This change can be a little nerve-wracking especially if you’ve had long hair for as long as you can remember. Good thing you can find a lot of style inspirations from Hollywood stars and local celebrities. To know what style works best on you, read this simple guide.

Long Layered Lob

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Your Hairspiration: Lily-Rose Depp, Kryz Uy
The Style:
Chin-length layers that lets you pull-off the messy, bedhead look. The cut is not that short, so it might require a bit of effort when it comes to styling. One trick you can try is to cut the bottom layers closer to the length of the shorter ones for more controlled edges. Long and chunky layers will add some texture and movement.
Ideal For: This cut creates width and is most flattering on delicate, oval-shaped faces.

A-Line Bob

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Your Hairspiration: Lily Collins, Jessy Mendiola
The Style: If you dare to go shorter, this style is perfect for you.  It’s sexy and edgy at the same time. Add some soft waves to give it some face framing volume.
Ideal For: It’s perfect for small facial frames because the short length highlights the cheekbones and shows off more skin. 

Blunt Bob/Lob

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Your Hairspiration: Aimee Song, Anne Curtis
The Style:
It’s one length with no layers. Whether you like it a bit longer or shorter, this style will save you from monthly trimmings. Add a strong fringe for a more dramatic look.
Ideal For:  It’s perfect for super straight, fine hair. Plus, if you’re looking to take a break from heat styling, opt for this low-maintenance cut.

Shaggy Lob with a Side-Swept Fringe

Dreaming of Sedona ⛰ @darling

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Finally got to try Wagamama! ❤️The steak bulgogi was 😍 if only I could afford to eat here daily 😬

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Your Hairspiration: Lucy Hale, Camie Juan
The Style: Adding long bangs to a shaggy lob makes it even more interesting. Twist, curl, then spritz on some texture spray to add some volume. Make sure the bangs are thin enough to part and brush to the sides.
Ideal For: This cut will give fine and thin-haired girls the illusion of thickness and volume.

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