For the brave out there, the '90s boy cut might be for you. "I'm seeing a revival in '90s boy cuts, which are blunt and unlayered," Abergel said. If the idea of it scares you, then one look at how badass Charlize Theron looks with this cut, and you might reconsider. However, there's no denying that this look is major and probably not a style to get on a whim. We definitely advise getting a consultation with your hairstylist beforehand.
If you're looking to try a version of this style for yourself, Abergel has pretty precise tips: Ask your hairstylist for a bob that's brought right up to the temples or the cheekbones. "The back [should be] cut close to the head so that it is nearly an undercut, but you still have length with a feminine edge, thanks to longer pieces which fall around the neck," Abergel said, adding, "I advise making it choppy. Your hairstylist is likely to chop into your hair in a vertical way to take weight off the ends, so that it collapses a little bit more. Leave the edges around the back longer, wispier, and softer, and make sideburns a feature by cutting them in so they frame the jawline and are easily tucked behind your ear."