WHY WE LOVE IT: It's just as chic and low-maintenance as a chin-length bob but a lot more wearable (the extra length softens a pointy or square chin and elongates a round face). And unlike layered cuts, the lob won't lose its shape as it grows out.
WORKS BEST FOR: Fine to medium hair that's either straight or a little wavy. But that's not to say those with thick hair can't cut it: You just have to snip added layers in the underside so that it thins out and doesn't look poufy, says stylist Abergel.
MAKE IT YOUR OWN: The shape of your face should dictate where you put your part. "Square or round faces work with a center part," says Naomi Watts's stylist Robert Vetica. "A side part draws attention away from long, angular faces."Read MoreLess
Sexy Cuts, Bold Color: Star Styles That Work for You