This shape works on any face, and is best for fine, straight hair with thick or curly textures. Technically, you do want very long (think: a half-inch to an inch shorter than your actual hair), non-chunky layers.
JENNIFER ANISTON’S NEW ANGLED BOB
If there’s any hair justice, Aniston’s “lob”or long bob will end up being more imitated than the “Rachel.” The term “lob” is hardly exact, so be clear about your desired length or better yet, bring a photo to your salon appointment. Then reiterate a few points: Ask for piecey layers that are longer in the front. Make sure they start cutting around the face.
MILA KUNIS’S LONG BOHO LAYERS
This type of cut is very versatile no matter what your texture: wavy, straight, or curly. Make sure your stylist snips away at the ends of each layer, so they’re wispy and a bit rough; otherwise, the cut will lose its soft, seductive quality.
Blog post by Aveda Institute South Florida Cosmetology student: Veronica Garmas