Liv Tyler Just Debuted A Totally New Hairstyle & It’s So Unexpected

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Warning: Under no circumstance should you look at Liv Tyler's new bangs if you've been debating the chop for yourself — because the actor's latest hairstyle will absolutely inspire you to take the plunge. It's that good; stepping away from her previously classic, middle-parted 'do, the star debuted her fresh fringe on the red carpet at the premiere of her new film, Ad Astra, on Sept. 18.

And surprisingly, the actor's new bangs buck the current '70s shag haircut trend that's been, well, everywhere this year. Instead, Tyler went with thick, straight bangs that taper into a face-framing silhouette — and while they appeared slightly tousled on the red carpet, it looks like the original cut and style was much more precise. Renato Campora, the stylist behind the snip, shared a photo of the star on his Instagram before the movie premiere where you can see just how neat Tyler's bangs are.

That said, another Instagram post by Campora also notes the layers the stylist worked into Tyler's dark brown hair (and shows off just how glossy the star's tresses really are). So, if you're after Tyler's new cut and have already given into 2019's shag trend, what really matters is how you style your bangs, and whether you part them or not.

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The bangs weren't the only sartorial highlight of the evening: Tyler finished her film premiere look with dark red nails, a glowy face (courtesy of makeup artist Pati Dubroff), and a sleek black dress complete with retro bell-shaped sleeves. A bit gothic, a tad nostalgic — and definitely very Tyler.

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Naturally, with great bangs comes great responsibility. Before you take the big step, make sure your current haircare routine is outfitted for the necessary maintenance — because yes, even perfectly imperfect bangs take work. Below, a few must-haves for anyone new to fringe.

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