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    This shorter version of the chop crop cut features irregular ends, long interior layers and piecy bangs that you can play up or down as desired. At Elon salon in Marietta, GA, Stacy King says the haircut isn’t intended to look perfectly in place, which makes it ideal for those who like a more casual look or aren’t great at precision hairstyle finishing. Long bangs are snipped into a curved shape to frame the eyes, but can be brushed back into the style anytime you want. Worn in front of the ears, the cut takes on a whole new look that can be styled full or sleek.

    • This Hairstyle Works Best If:

      • Your hair is medium in volume and medium in texture.

      • Your hair is naturally straight or slightly bodified.


    • This Hairstyle Requires:

      • Daily blow-drying. Start with freshly shampooed hair, towel-dry and add a dollop of mousse, working it evenly from roots to ends. Comb hair behind your ears and begin blow-drying by bending up the ends with a round brush. Lift top layers to add some volume then curve bangs slightly around the brush. Now, finger-style the top moving pieces to either side of the part and pulling down a few more pieces to act as bangs if desired.

      • A trim every 4 to 6 weeks.

    • This Hairstyle is Not Recommended If:

      • Your hair is sparse or very fine.

      • You have somewhat irregular features . . . this cut reveals all!


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