Soft, Feathered Layers
Celebrity Inspiration: Jennifer Aniston
Get It: Is there ever a haircut Jennifer Aniston wears that the rest of the world doesn't pine over? The answer is no. "Always known for her layered looks, this cut is comprised of long layers that are softly shattered (or texturized) on the ends," Heaps said. "Once the layers are cut all around, ask your stylist to point-cut the tips, taking the points of their scissors and chopping into the line to soften it and slightly add texture. This way the ends are lightly feathered, not blunt."
Style It: Aniston's rocking an airy, windblown effect here. To re-create this same look, grab a flat iron — try CHI 1" Volcanic Lava Ceramic Hairstyling Iron ($169) — and apply a shine-enhancing heat protectant, such as White Sands Liquid Texture Medium Styling Spray ($20). "Taking hair in one-inch sections, mist with White Sands before heat is applied. This spray has thermal guards and style memory, while making the hair shinier as heat is applied," Heaps said. "For a slight bend, take the flat iron and wave the hair by moving your wrist back and forth in large, elongated passes. This will create soft bends with movement."
Who It Flatters Most: "For face shapes with a prominent chin or jaw line, this is for you. The soft layers will also soften your features," Heaps said.