Selena Gomez's New Haircut Is Easy To Copy For Fall

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Ask a hairstylist in New York about fall's hottest hair trend, and they'll recommend a chin-length geometric bob. Ask someone in L.A. what their cut du jour is, and they'll suggest something long with tons of layers. But ask Selena Gomez what her seasonal go-to is, and she'll simply reply, "bangs."
You hear it every year: Fall is a time for change, taking risks, leaving the salon a brand-new person — at least a person with a new haircut. But what if you just want something easy that only requires some monthly trimming and — if you do it right — barely any heat styling? See: Gomez's latest fall cut. The singer just debuted a set of long, layered bangs on the cover of the October 2018 issue of ELLE. And we're convinced this is the one cut everyone should try for fall.
Unlike many scissor-shy people, Gomez was never afraid of trying this timeless style. In fact, she's rocked fringe before, like in 2016 for her Revival tour and again when she went platinum blonde for the American Music Awards last year. But it's the latest iteration on the look that's stuck around the longest. Back in February, the 26-year-old trimmed her front layers into a piecey, Bardot bang. Since then, Gomez has grown out the minor cut into a style that requires less than an hour in the salon to copy.
All you have to do now is call your stylist.

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