Fall Styles For All Lengths

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By October 15, 2010 3 Comments

Fall Styles For All Lengths

Celebrity hairstylist, Jen Atkin just returned from Paris fashion week where she was tending to the tresses of many of the fabulous runway shows.

I thought it would be helpful to get her views on what’s the next “it” style for every hair length.

Here’s what Jen has to say:

“Freja’s haircut is very popular.  It’s great for growing out short hair by shagging it up.  Saw this all over Paris this season.

Alternative for round faces is just a shag, no bangs.

If your hair is straight and long, best look is a below the collarbone blunt hair cut, no layers, again bangs are optional.”

Looks like bangs are the in-trend this season…

Will you be rocking them?!
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