PHOTO: DAVID FISHER/REX SHUTTERSTOCK. There’s something about entering a new year that makes us want to ring up our hairstylist and dem...

The Coolest Haircuts of 2016

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There’s something about entering a new year that makes us want to ring up our hairstylist and demand an appointment. After the confetti falls, the ball drops, and every last bit of Champagne has been downed, one major question always seems to appear in our heads: “What haircut will help me take on the new year like the badass I am?” Well, that’s how it is for us, anyway.

Click through for a first look at the coming year’s best styles.


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The Right-For-Your-Texture Cut

“There’s been such a shift toward strong, empowered women who want to look beautiful and polished, but who don’t want to be slaves to their hair,” Sharpton says. He approaches every haircut as a conversation. “I ask what their lifestyle is like, what they’d like from their hair, and so on,” he explains. So each cut is tailor-made for the person’s texture, allowing her to put as much — or as little — work into it as needed.

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The Gatsby-Inspired Bob
Short hair is poised to have a major moment in 2016, according to all three stylists. Abergel points to this cheekbone-length crop as one of the new “It Girl” cuts. “It can be worn on so many textures,” he explains. “It’s reminiscent of the classic ‘20s woman — like Coco Chanel and Louise Brooks.”

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Statement-Making Bangs
Not one, but two of our pros cited bold, blunt bangs as one of the major trends for next year. And both talked specifically about the curly fringe we saw on model Mica Arganaraz during Fashion Week. “It’s an easy way to get a new look; just add bangs,” Abergel says. “This season, try a blunter cut of fringe that hits close to the brows.”

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