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How To Get Alexa Chung's Choppy Hair and Fringe

The Effortlessly Cool Haircut You'll Love For Spring

A fringe may be an instant way to update any beauty look, but if you're searcing for an of-the-moment haircut, you can't go wrong with a midlength style. Teetering somewhere between a lob and subtle shag, the style should hit somewhere between the collarbone and the breastbone for optimal results. "You don't really have to fuss with it because that line, where it falls, is the style itself. You can wash and go with most hair types and it still looks good," explains Alberto VO5 hair expert Chris Lospalluto. The chic cut, which has been spotted on many stars, including Alexa Chung. Want to know how it's done?

Get the Look: Since the cut pretty much determines this style, there's no need to overdo it with straighteners or curling irons. (Healthier hair for the win!) Begin with a hydrated base. "If you use a moisturising shampoo that has shea butter [along with a moisturising conditioner], once you blow-dry your hair, you don't really have to do much," says Lospalluto. After rough-drying the hair, add product — like a salt spray, a volumiser, or an anti-frizz serum — if even needed, and hit the ground running.

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