The lob—that is, the long bob—has been a staple for a few seasons now, and it’s still going strong. The latest take on the versatile collar-bone-length cut adds choppy layers throughout like Rose Byrne’s playful style. “The flicks and curves give this cut a modern twist,” says Jet Rhys, founder of the Jet Rhys Salon in San Diego. The not-too-short cropped cut works on most face shapes, and it’s especially flattering on your neckline, because it elongates the neck, says Rhys.
Get it: Ask your stylist for a lob with movement and swing, says Rhys. A razor cut is the best way to create it, she adds. Make sure to get a lesson on how to style your new cut. The layers lend themselves to a more tousled look, which you can get with a curling iron if you don’t have naturally wavy hair. (Just be careful not to make these 8 styling mistakes that cause hair loss.)