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Long before the Danish model was starring in every major campaign (Chanel, Chloé, Coach), she was walking runways with long, shiny locks.
Why It Works: "I love Freja and when I look at her after photo, I think she really comes out with the haircut — the way it's cut brings out her cheekbones," Sharpton says. "The cut is much more lived-in, more French-girl. It’s not forced. It's great for someone who has been a long-hair person and isn’t quite ready for a dramatic short cut."
Tip: This cut is great if you have a little natural wave and want something effortless and easy, Sharpton explains. "It’s organic, from the bangs to the layers to the ends." Just make sure to have your stylist layer and cut to flatter your unique bone structure, he says.
The Canadian model is the quintessential hair chameleon — she's experimented with nearly every length and color.
Why It Works: "What makes this cut on Coco powerful to me is that the bangs don’t curve on the side, which really opens up her face," Sharpton says. "These bangs are straight-across and draw attention to her entire face, allowing us to really see her; it’s a bit stronger and more graphic [than most bangs]."
Tip: "I’ve seen this cut look great on all types of people," Sharpton says. "I think the days of using haircuts to hide things that you don’t like are long gone. Now, it’s more about bringing out the features that you do like." The only prerequisite to this chop? "Developing trust with your stylist."