By Jamie Leach
Layers in the front work to frame the face and add movement to the hairstyle, thus highlighting the shape and color of this golden cut.
A deep side part adds instant volume, especially when paired with a volumizing product and a hint of teasing—not too much, though.
Just be sure your stylist goes subtle—too much of a contrast and it will look like a total faux pas.
Face-framing layers are flattering but don't require the commitment that bangs do. This is a signature style just waiting to happen.
A blunt cut keeps the ends clean, but seamless balayage coloring gives the hair so much more dimension, like on this highlighted brunette look.
Since they split to the side, curtain bangs add texture to your overall look, instead of sitting flat on your forehead.