Long-haired ladies: If you’re looking to change things up without sacrificing any length, bangs are an easy way to freshen up (and flatter) your face. Here, eight examples for you to consider now.

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Eye-Grazing Bangs

Hitting just above your eyes, this sweeping style adds an element of intrigue to even pin-straight strands.

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Long, Wispy Bangs

Similar to the above, but slightly thinned-out to lighten up the overall look. (Note: Also pairs well with a tousled ponytail.)

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Strong, Blunt Bangs

Fact: Full, rounded fringe takes ten years off your face—especially worn with bouncy curls.

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Center-Parted Bangs

Aka "curtain bangs," which are a surefire way to highlight your cheekbones and frame your face.

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Side-Swept Fringe

The matron of this classic style, Reese has been rocking some variation of side bangs for over a decade. Keep them light and tapered so they’re easier to style.

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Blended Side-Bangs

Or go a little longer so they skim your cheekbones and softly blend in with the rest of your hair.

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Curly Bangs

Paired with a coiled shag, a set of straight-across bangs has a cool, rocker vibe to it.

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Short Bangs

And if you’re looking to make more of a statement, ask your stylist for feathered fringe that falls a few inches above your brows.

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