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hiliary duff

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In time for party season, Hilary Duff debuted a hot new hair makeover on social media.  The Younger actress flaunted her just cut choppy chin-length bob on Instagram over the weekend and it’s sexy, sassy and fresh. A cool and modern update on the bob, this is a great cut to copy for many women. It can add expression to narrow faces or highlight the contours of rounder faces. It’s definitely a look to try in the new year. Once you get the cut, you’ll want to know how to wear this carefree, undone look. Click through for choppy bob styling tips. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

rosie

The textured lob remains one of the it haircuts of the year. The trending look is an essential for cool chicks and celebrities like Rose Byrne and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. This style is so good, I wouldn’t blame you if suddenly want to make the chop and join the tousled lob squad. However, you should know the details and nuances on this style. There is certainly more to it than a trim and a curling wand. If you’re ready to make the big cut, click through to the notes to get the details on how to get and wear this essential it girl do. –– Michelle Rotbart

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kristen wiig

You can’t not help but love Kristen Wiig, not only is the leading lady incredibly humorous, she’s also incredibly beautiful. Over the years, she’s debuted a number of stand out looks, but her tousled ponytail worn at the premiere of Nasty Baby is by far my favorite. It’s equal parts easy and fresh and chic. A look that is great for the red carpet and every day. Are you ready to try on this look? Click through to style notes for the how-to. — Michelle Rotbart

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flat waves

Wavy texture has many variations: beachy, bedhead, vintage. But we’ve never seen waves quite like the ones featured in Versace’s fall 2015 campaign. Low volume, almost two-dimensional, with a high-gloss finish and undulations that are soft but structured. Could this be the next trending texture? Try it out by following the steps in the notes. –– Laura Martin

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