If you want to add bangs to a long hairstyle, look no further than Swift's '60s cut. To avoid dorky-looking blunt bangs, don't cut them too wide, says Fugate. "They should create a triangle shape that aligns with the outer corners of your eyes, exactly like Taylor's." Also, ask your hairstylist to snip up into the ends so they're not too blunt and add a few light, graduated layers in front. As for the rest of your hair, you could keep it one length or sprinkle in a few light layers. "Just don't make the layers around your face too short," warns Fugate. "They'll look most flattering if they begin below the chin."