A feath­ery flip

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How it flat­ters: “A shoul­der-sweep­ing cut with vo­lu­mi­nous lay­ers and tex­ture through­out the top adds sub­tle height that di­rects the eye ver­ti­cally to give hair a fuller ap­pear­ance,” says Su­san Vi­tacco, Rob­bin’s hair­styl­ist at Suzanne’s Hair & Colour Room in Oradell, New Jer­sey. Even bet­ter? Piecey brow-skim­ming fringe helps hide fore­head fur­rows and crow’s-feet. For an ex­tra hit of sass and youth­ful move­ment, celebrity stylist Ge­orge Kyr­i­akos, who’s worked with Meryl Streep and Halle Berry, flipped Rob­bin’s ends out­ward.

Get the look: Ask your stylist for a col­lar­bone-length cut with heavy lay­ers on top, tex­tured ends that flip out on bot­tom and wispy bangs that skim the brows. Then when blow-dry­ing, Vi­tacco sug­gests us­ing a 2" round brush on the ma­jor­ity of strands and a 1" round brush on the top. “This gives locks more curl and bend for a fuller ap­pear­ance.”

Rob­bin Schwartz, 62

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