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Emma Watson arrives for a screening of her new documentary “The True Cost”

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Only hours ago, actress, feminist, and all-around style star Emma Watson turned heads with a cropped new ‘do. She was spotted wearing the asymmetrical, chin-grazing textured bob at the screening of The True Cost in London and revealed the look to the masses via her publicist, Luke Windsor. The great photo was captioned with the words “Amazing woman. Amazing new hair.” Watson famously chopped her locks at the finish of the Harry Potter films, citing the change as “the most liberating thing.” Recognizing their transformative powers, Emma’s all about great makeovers and great hair, and I can’t wait to see what she does next. If you’re suddenly feeling hair envy, and also want to wear a great textured bob, learn how to style similar looks below. –– Michelle Rotbart  Click for StyleNotes →


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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Your hair is part of your identity and the style you chose can say a lot. This long bob with short bangs combines youthful innocence with artsy edginess, for a shape that’s both sweet and powerful. The short dramatic fringe recalls school girls and pinups. The crisp edge of the mid-neck bob adds elegance and toughness. Worn pin straight the look says femme fatale; add a slight bevel and recall a silent film siren; tousle and wave  for a modern take on flirty flapper. Click the style notes for tips on wearing this chameleon cut. –– Laura Martin

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