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Straight hairstyles have made a major comeback. Click through the latest photos of celebrities with straight hair, and get the best tips to straighten your own hair. Plus learn how to keep hair shiny and healthy with the best shampoo, conditioner, flat iron and keratin treatment for your hair. Wondering the best techniques to blow out hair into a salon-perfect blowout? Our easy hair DIYs tell you how to get super-sleek looks like Gwyneth Paltrow, Sandra Bullock and Kim Kardashian. 

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The 6 Haircuts That’ll Define 2019

There's no better way to say goodbye to the last year than getting a new haircut. Even if you're perfectly content with your current cut, it's like an alarm goes off in your head when the clock strikes midnight on New Years Eve. Suddenly, you have the urge to switch up your hair. Now.  The only problem is figuring out what cut to get. That's why we turned to ROB PEETOOM master stylist Linda de Zeeuw to find out the biggest haircut trends of 2019 so you can narrow down your choices before the new year rolls in. Whether you have 2018's uber-popular bob (and still love it), or your long hair is starting to feel stale, there's options for every hair length and texture.  A dramatic or subtle change may ultimately be up to you, but all of the bases are covered with 2019's haircut trends. Keep scrolling for all the haircut inspiration you need before heading to the salon. 

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The Tiny Tweak That'll Make Your Hair Look Drastically Better

Let's get real: Often we think we want to completely change our hair, but once we get seated in our stylist's chair we back down on a getting an entirely different cut. Still, if few weeks into the new year you're set on embracing the "new year, new you" mantra, there's a celebrity-approved tweak you can make to your current cut that will make it seem entirely fresh. Blunt ends are a common thread between all of your recent favorite hairstyles you've seen celebs wear on the red carpet. That's because sharp ends are a versatile finish that works well with a variety of hair types, textures, and lengths. "Cleaning up a cut with blunt ends are an easy way to update a stale or grown out cut," says TRESemmé Global Stylist, Justine Marjan, who gave Khloé Kardashian and Olivia Culpo their blunt cuts. "Have your stylist use a short razor or shears to give the ends an even, clean finish, the same length all the way around." RELATED: The Hydrating Conditioner That InStyle's Beauty Writer Swears By While long layers have pretty much been a given for so long, perfect, even ends won't just make your same style look new, a blunt cut will also improve your hair's health and help it grow, if that's eventually your goal. "Blunt cuts tends to grow out great because the ends aren’t shattered, and in general, it will make the hair look thicker, fuller, and healthier," explains Marjan. VIDEO: Hair Hacks From Celebrity Stylist Justine Marjan If you have curly hair, Marjan recommends using a a blow dryer with a diffuser attachment when styling it and for wavy or straight hair, she suggests running a flat iron like ghd's Platinum Professional Styler ($249; sephora.com) over the ends for a polished look. Before any reaching for any hot tools, the pro says that applying a shine-boosting on damp hair such as TRESemmé's Keratin Smooth Shine Serum ($6; walgreens.com) will give hair an extra glossy, healthy finish. Ready to ditch your shaggy layers? Keep scrolling to see some of the best celebrity hairstyles with blunt ends to inspire your own cut.