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Don't be afraid to add some curly texture to your bangs, a la Tracee Ellis Ross.
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You can also go fashion forward with a bowl cut, like the gorgeous Chanel Iman during Jeremy Scott's SS17 runway show.
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Don't be afraid to get a little messy with your bangs. This beautiful model, spotted during New York Fashion Week, is totally pulling off the look.
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You can even amp your side part with a simple, yet stylish braid, as seen on Christina Milian.
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Pair your sleek side part with an equally fabulous pair of sunglasses, like this model, spotted on the Bibhu Mohapatra SS17 runway.
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The bigger, the better! Having a large forehead doesn't mean you can't pump up the volume with your tresses.
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Remember that you can also shape your curly fro into a host of styles, including bangs.
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When bangs or voluminous curls don't suffice, a center part will actually make your forehead look smaller. Pompadours and top knots work the same magic.
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As evidenced by models on the Fashion Week runways, there's no better combo than a short bob and center part.
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High self-esteem and confidence are a must, no matter what style you choose to rock. We love looking to fierce beauty stars like Janelle Monae for inspiration. And when all else fails, throw on a hat!
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