"The bob is making a comeback," declares Justine Marjan, TRESemme's global ambassador and A-list stylist. "Celebrities [like Karlie Kloss] are ditching ultra long strands for short, blunt ends, that leave the hair feeling healthy and looking shiny." Heart, oval and round face shapes work best with this cut, and rigorous maintenance (both at-home care and regular trims) is essential.
The Update: "This season's bangs sit above the eyebrows for a bold statement that makes the eyes pop," says Marjan.
Style Note: Those with oval or heart-shaped faces and straight or wavy hair can pull this off - Marjan suggests spritzing hairspray at the roots then using a fine-tooth comb (plus lots of tension) to flatten any cowlicks.
The Update: Lobs still rule, but now "we're seeing shoulder-length cuts that are heavier on the ends and slightly longer in the front," says Marjan.
Style Note: "Use a flat iron to detail the face-framing pieces, then run a small amount of texturiser throughout for a more lived-in finish," Marjan suggests.
The Update: Blunt ends. "This makes the finish heavier so hair looks thicker and fuller," explains Marjan.
Style Note: Experiment with different textures to emphasise the cut, from natural and wavy to sleek and straight. Try flat-ironing the ends then finishing with a shine serum to add a healthy sheen.
The Update: "Less volume and less styling," says Marjan.
Style Note: Ensure you're using the right shampoo and conditioner for your hair type. Post-wash, apply a leave-in treatment and let your strands air-dry. Or try massaging a styling cream into clean, damp lengths before you go to bed and wake up ready to go!