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Lily Collins Debuts New Hairstyle With Bangs on Instagram — See Photos – TeenVogue.com


If you were contemplating cutting a fresh set of bangs, Lily Collins's new fringe may just push you over the edge into the "absolutely" category.
Hairstylist Gregory Russell, who works with Lily, posted a few snapshots of the Emily in Paris star rocking a very fashionable fringe. Lily's new bangs are long and piecey, brushing past her brows almost to her lashes, and longer "curtains" frame her face beautifully. "Fresh bangs for my sweetheart @lilyjcollins," Gregory wrote. Lily herself also posted the pics, captioning them simply "Bangin'." Too true, Lily, too true!
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The bangs are the perfect je nais se quoi for Lily's look, adding an extra Parisian flair to her bold brows and chic style. She's wearing a very Parisian ensemble in the photos, too, rocking a striped shirt with cold shoulder detail and a khaki skirt from A.W.A.K.E. MODE. Emily Cooper would be proud!
Lily tends to stick to a classic look when it comes to her hair and makeup, though she did change it up and go platinum blonde for an Elle shoot via a pixie-cut wig. (She looks great as a blonde, of course.) The second season of Emily in Paris is set to hit Netflix just before Christmas, and we've gotten a few sneak peeks of what's to come for Emily and her friends — and what the Parisian crew is wearing throughout their many adventures. Will Emily impulsively decide to get bangs as she navigates romantic drama, summer vacations, and new challenges at work? We can't wait to see.
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