Textured Gradual Bob
Celebrity Inspiration: Jourdan Dunn
Get It: A gradual bob is when the hair is shorter in the back and becomes longer toward the front. "What truly makes this a graduated bob is when your stylist creates stacks of layers in the back," said celebrity hairstylist Laurie Heaps, who works with Rowan Blanchard, Sabrina Carpenter, and Danielle Fishel. "The amount of this stacking can vary depending on how you wish to style it. For example, if you wish to spike the hair out a bit more, your stacks will be shorter."
Style It: Heaps says the best part about this haircut is how versatile it is when it comes to styling. "To re-create a wavy look like Dunn's wearing, Redken has a line called Beach Envy Volume that gives you gorgeous, loose, wavy hair with soft texture — no sand required. In particular, there is a shampoo ($35) and conditioner ($39) duo that gently cleanses and conditions the hair while also delivering a texture-boost," Heaps advised. Once dry, incorporate a little bit of a texturizing foam, such as Ouai's Dry Texture Foam ($28), to create an undone, lived-in texture that'll last all day.
Who It Flatters Most: Since this look is so versatile, it works well with both naturally wavy and straight hair. Heaps also recommends it for anyone with a heart or square face shape.