Last year's lob had a deep side part, but this year's is right down the middle. Not only is it super cute, but it is also easier to manage and can be worn both straight and wavy.
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Many women with curly or wavy hair think they can't go short, but they are wrong. Beyoncé's wavy bob is a great example of how to do short hair right when you have texture. (
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If you've always wanted to try a pixie but are afraid to do the super short version, this longer sideswept style might be for you. While a super short haircut isn't for everyone, this look is easy to manage and youthful for the right person.
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This shoulder length choppy do is so easy that it's basically the perfect haircut. With long wispy layers there aren't any blunt edges, which makes it easy to go longer between trims. This cut can by tucked back into a ponytail or worn shaggy. For curly hair, wash-and-wear is a cinch, and for the straight-haired ladies this do is great with a twist of an iron to add texture.
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The bangs add a chic and modern edge to the traditional bob and provide a bit of cover for moms who don't often get made up. Just add some sunglasses and go makeup free.
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This is hands down the easiest do and has taken young Hollywood by storm. It's a bold look, but wash-and-wear works in most any scenario, and this sassy cut can be jazzed up really any way you'd like. By keeping the front a bit longer you keep the look really versatile. You can sweep it all to the side with a deep side part for a sleek, classic look, or add some pomade for a fun edgy look.
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With the length being a bit past the shoulders you can easily pull this lob into a chic ponytail. The longer layers frame any face shape in a really flattering way. Whether your hair is wavy, like Jessica's, or straight, this look is great for wash-and-wear as well as a nice blow-out.
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With side-swept bangs and a soft, asymmetrical A-line bob, Reese keeps her straight locks chic with ease. This look is great in a wash-and-wear setting if you have straight hair, yet it can also be easily styled with a simple blow-dry and flat iron. Her soft bangs in front are nice too if you like to cover a bit of your forehead.
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The key to this look is a slightly asymmetrical cut that just barely clears the shoulders. You can wear it straight, making it more of a long bob style, or wavy as a shorter bob.
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