Renee Trilivas, Allure magazine
With apologies to Mia Farrow's pixie, Dorothy Hamill's wedge, and Jennifer Aniston's "Rachel," Kate Middleton's glossy brown waves may be the most-obsessed-over hair in human history. The Duchess recently debuted some bouncy layers and-gasp-face-framing bangs, and I predict that millions of women around the world will follow suit (I realize I'm going out on a limb here). But as much as I'm digging her fringe, Middleton reportedly said she wasn't sure about the cut after a few gusts of wind disheveled the style. In the name of public (royal?) service, may I offer up these pointers on how to pull manage your bangs.
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Consider your face-shape. These long bangs look particularly flattering on oval or round faces. Skip this style if you have a square or heart-shaped face since it can make your face look wider than it really is.
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