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Well, aren’t you lucky? You’ve been blessed with long, luscious locks. Except, it’s been a while since you hit the salon, and things are getting a bit unruly (we’re talking frizz, split ends and the dreaded unevenness). Ready for a trim? Here, the best haircuts for long hair.
The easiest cut for fine-haired ladies.
If you’re daring like Halle, it’s a great cut for showing off unique accessories.
Use a comb to create a flawless middle part and channel your inner Rachel Green.
Forget volume with this style. Pin-straight hair is back, baby.
Use a barrel curling iron on the ends to add Rapunzel-like body.
Bring the beach to you with a just-rolled-out-of-bed middle wave best achieved with layers.
A little variation in length will lessen the weight of thick hair.
Royal haircuts, they’re just like ours! (Psst: Here’s how to do the Duchess Kate blowout.)
We love the face-framing shaggy bang trend.
Or, you can think of it as a super-easy way to grow out straight-across fringe.
Ask for the bangs to sit right at the cheekbones to elegantly frame your face.
Throw in a headband for a Jessica Biel Seventh Heaven moment. (The ’90s are back, after all.)
The shortest pieces should hit your jawline, and then get gradually longer from there.
Perfect for adding subtle dimension to a single-process dye job.
Or for making more intricate color really pop.
The mama-to-be once rocked all-over orange color and chin-length layers and we. Can’t. Get. Enough.
When it comes to fringe, the thicker the better.
Selena’s recent hair changes are giving us whiplash, but this style is by far our favorite.
Introducing the queen of full fringe herself.
Proof that bangs can feel modern and grown-up (and that Naomi doesn’t age).
We call this “the mermaid.”
Use leave-in styling cream to smooth split ends and tame flyaways.
Or let it all hang out for a full, natural look.
If perms are wrong, we don’t wanna be right.
Throw in some big, bouncy curls for vintage Hollywood glam.
Parting your hair a couple inches to one side is a simple way to add a big dose of drama.
Show your stylist where you like to part your hair so any layers lay nicely when you do it yourself.
Who says supermodels moms can’t have long hair?
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