The cut: Textured 1930s-Inspired Bob
Celebrity inspiration: Miranda Kerr
What it looks like: "This cut is best suited for wavy to straight hair textures," said Butterfly Studio Salon senior stylist, Vanessa Fernandez. "It's a sweet yet sexy look approximately hitting at chin length (more or less) with added layers."
What to ask for at the salon: "At the salon, ask for subtle graduation and to keep the cut slightly A-line, meaning shorter in the back to front," she said. "Adding 90-degree layers will give you the movement you want. Ask for a wavy blow-dry and curling iron set to get this look."
Styling tip: "At home, style with a blow dryer and small brush, create bounce, and use a one-inch iron to lock in the waves," she explained. "Keep in mind all should be styled away from the base. Brush out and spray."