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We love this voluminous, long wavy take on the bob from Karlie Kloss. Shapely, softly asymmetrical, and deliciously disheveled it has a visceral untamed sexiness that invites attention. An asymmetrical outline is flattering for almost any face, and the tousled finish is simple to style. Learn how to make this your go-to winter look in the style notes.

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The braid has become so popular even casual hair-doers have tried everything from French to fishtail, halo to milkmaid. Sometimes we forget to keep it simple. One of the coolest and easiest twines, for example, is the insouciant side-swept braided fringe. Pair with loose and carefree, disheveled hair to be the paragon of style with your friends this weekend. For tips, click notes.

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scarlettjohnssonbob

Scarlett Johansson’s new movie, Lucy, is an action-packed adventure. This high-octane film keeps you engaged the whole time thanks to its short length and non-stop excitement. But what we love most about is the look Scarlett sports. A messy blonde bob with more spice than sweetness, it’s got a badass vibe that’s perfect for street tough girls about town. To take this look from reel to real, click style notes for tips.

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This is a cute and contemporary way to wear a chin-length bob. Bold and beautiful, soft and whimsical, textured and loose it will make heads turn. Covering blonde with pale pink gives a peach or strawberry toned finish that is airy, light –– and on trend. But it is the sweeping fringe cutting across the eye line that makes the magic. It adds essential drama, spotlights beguiling eyes, and we can feel it swoosh. A wraparound blowdry is an easy and effective way to put similar movement into your own hairstyle; for an explanation of the technique, click style notes.

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