.Looking for a versatile cut that is just long enough to pull into a ponytail? This lob is for you - be sure your stylist adds layers in the back as well as the front, to add movement. It can go beachy and messy or polished and smooth — just keep those layers long.
What to ask for: A long bob with long layers throughout.
Want to grow out your long bob? This is great for fall because it's a nice transition. The collarbone length has all the feeling of being long without actually being long.
What to ask for: A blunt, mid-length cut with short choppy layers along the crown.
If you love the signature bedhead look, but you're not ready for a lob, try this cut instead. The back is shorter than the front, so it's great for someone who doesn’t want to go too short, but still wants more of an edge. Note that the cut works on all hair types and textures, but is easiest to style if you have naturally straight or wavy locks.
What to ask for: An A-line, mid-length cut