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What's New: The bob doesn't have to look so perky. "These days, the cookie-cutter bob is not the only option," says Gibson. "It's all about movement, body, and embracing what you're comfortable with." For conservative types, wear this style one length all around. For an edgier look, try the graduated bob (shown here), which is shorter in the back and gets progressively longer in the front. What always defines this cut, though, is keeping it well above the shoulders.
1. Apply a volumizing product, such as Tresemme Big Boost Root Lift Spray, $4, to wet hair, concentrating on the area closest to the scalp.
2. Coat the rest of strands with a styling spray that protects hair from heat. We like Ellin Lavar ThermMist, $8. Then separate into small sections and blow-dry, using a round brush to add body and fullness.
3. Finish with a spritz of light-hold hair spray, like Sebastian Professional Re-Shaper, $16.50 -- it smoothes strands without stiffening.