The cut: Blind bob
Description: "This isn't a bob and it isn't a pixie . . . so it is an in-between perfection," Fugate said. "It can be messy, sleek, voluminous, or even faux-hawked! It is a bob that is shattered at the jawline and then deconstructed by debulking the underneath so it doesn't appear layered. Rather, it just appears loose and undone."
What to ask for at the salon: "For this look, cut the hair at the most flattering part of the face," he advised. "It can be as short as by the cheekbone or as long as right below the jaw/at chin. Then, once you have your length, have your stylist grab their thinning shear and start scooping the weight out from the nape and over the ears. Make sure to leave the top long. The top can be point cut into in order to distress the weight, but it shouldn't be layered or else it will come across a little frumpy."
Styling tip: "Use your head shape to dry smooth with a cream like Kérastase Styling Crème de la Crème ($38) to create sleek and chic or use a Mousse Bouffante Luxurious Volumizing Mousse ($42) and flip the head over and power dry. Then, twist pieces up to make a sexy messy 'do or on an off day twist up the length into a rocker faux-hawk moment."