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Updated: December 14, 2012 2:15 PM | By Jill Dunn
Fringe Decoder: Find Your Best Bangs

Thinking about a chop for fall? Follow the lead of these A-listers to find your most flattering fringe

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The combo of blunt bangs with long and polished lengths is the most grown-up way to wear fringe. “This is a timeless sort of look and an easy way to make a change without losing a lot of overall length,” says celebrity hairstylist and L’Oréal Paris spokesperson, Johnny Lavoy who works with Mindy Kaling and Frieda Pinto. “Get that smooth style using a large round brush as you blow dry to help smooth out bangs – you want to make sure that texture is modern,” he says. “Don’t over-work the bangs – a lot of people end up with fried bangs because they over-style them. Instead, refresh them with dry shampoo. It removes oil and gives body and texture.”

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