Ask your stylist to cut you a choppy, layered bob that just hits the top of your shoulders and add a short, detailed piece that sits around the hollow of your cheekbone to frame your face.
To get the look, ask your stylist to put styling products in your hair. This will give you flexibility and hold while keeping the slightly gritty, wet look.
If you’re already blonde, consider a temporary wash of pastel pink to dip your toe into Barbie-core.
Wednesday-esque rich black is best paired with extra shine treatments for it to look as if it were reflective.
The big gray hair trend has been going strong for a few years now, and experts say it's not going away any time soon.
This hairdo is like the neck of a bottle: thin and short in the middle, longer around the eyes, and longest along the line of the cheekbone.
The bombshell blowout, one of the most famous hairstyles of the modeling era, is making a loud comeback, but it needs the right tools and care afterward.
The stylist should cut the shape so that it is split in the middle. That way, when you part it on the side, both sides will be the same.