The new lob will draw attention straight to your eyes, particularly if you inject it with some subtle layers like Sienna Miller. Ask your stylist to keep the ends light and wispy to avoid a pyramid look.
The lob is ideal for most women since they can adjust the part, angle or length to best suit their face shape. Inject volume into your roots like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for a sophisticated take on the 'do.
If you're after a more polished look, take inspiration from Kate Bosworth, who debuted an effortless long bob earlier this year. Simply use large rollers in the ends of your hair to re-create the voluminous look seen on the actress.
This season, the wob sees a more relaxed, textured approach. Wear yours with subtle waves for an effortless, "I-woke-up-like-this" look, a la Emma Stone.
If your hair falls naturally in the middle, the long bob may be the perfect hairstyle for you. This often harsh parting can drag your face downwards, so subtle waves will help to lift your look.
The poker-straight hair of seasons past is updated with this look, which has more movement. To get Kate Mara's look, "run a one-inch flat iron over small sections, then clamp the iron over the bottom half of each piece, leaving out the tips and twisting the tool up and away to create S-shaped bends," says the star's stylist, Alex Polillo.
Take Kim Kardashian's cue and load up on texturising products.