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“For a cut similar to Evan Rachel Wood
’s, ask for a lot of texture—blunt ends won’t be as flattering. The front of your hair should be the longest part. You want it long enough to go over your ears, which means you can sweep the hair back into a pompadour or brush it forward to cover one eye when it’s swept to the side,” says Wood’s stylist, Marcus Francis. Keep it edgy by applying a pomade for a slick and defined effect.
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