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Naomi Watts's Lob (Long Bob)
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."
At the Louis Vuitton Art Basel Beach Barbecue event, Michelle Williams (in head-to-toe Louis Vuitton) was the epitome of chic, effortlessly styling her stripe tiered skirt with a slouchy blue sweater, the brand’s signature checkered clutch and mustard yellow sandals.