If you've had the same look for as long as you can remember, it's time for an upgrade. Check out the four hottest cuts from NYC stylist to the stars Rodney Cutler.
By Ilana Blitzer
What's new: Unlike the graphic—and dramatic—interpretations of the past few years, the latest bob is more layered and intentionally disheveled. "There's a bit more casualness to it—it's fringy on the bottom," says Cutler. Not too choppy, not too blunt.
Make it you: This style is easy and flattering—go for a soft length that hits below your chin. Ask for a cut that's more loosely graduated on the bottom, so it flips and moves, unlike the defined A-line shape that's on the outs.
Dress, Megan Park. Earrings, Elva Fields. All makeup by Clinique.