We love a cute fringe, and Leighton Meester's piece-y bangs are a very wearable way to rock this hot fall trend. The messy texture and longer length make them more versatile, so you won't have any bad flashbacks to those bulky grade-school bangs that took you months to awkwardly grow out.
Expect to see plenty of bobs cropping up this season--they're ber-flattering on a variety of face shapes and extremely versatile. Keira Knightley's graduated bob--shorter in the back, longer in the front--is a great way to add some edge to this classic hairstyle.
An all-one-length cut like Jennifer Hudson's isn't for everyone--it can look too severe on those with very angular or long faces. If you're more rounded, an all-one-length cut is a great way to lengthen and slim your face. If you really want to be daring, add some dimension with two-toned tips like Jennifer.
A choppy, razored cut like Dianna Agron's not only looks cute, it also saves you tons of time getting ready in the a.m. Because the layers and ends are messy and uneven, you don't have to waste precious minutes styling your hair into submission--just work in some texturizer and rough-dry it with a blowdryer and you are out the door in a flash!
If you love the idea of a full bang, but are worried a blunt fringe is going to look too harsh on you, try a rounded bang like Jennifer Love Hewitt. The rounded cut and graduated length of the bangs won't overwhelm delicate features and can add softness to those with strong face angles.
For a haircut that flatters literally everyone, take a cue from the future ex-Mrs. George Clooney and give flowing layers a try. Because the difference in length between each layer is so subtle, your hair has the appearance that it "flows" together, making it appear longer and fuller. Who wouldn't want that?
If you're the type of girl that likes to make an entrance, then Keri Hilson's asymmetric haircut is perfect for you. The combination of angled layers and a multitude of lengths gives this style some serious edge. Best of all, you can customize the asymmetry to fit your style--go big with drastically different lengths, or keep it simple with just an inch or two longer. The possibilities are endless!
Super-short cuts are making a big comeback this year, thanks to a multitude of young starlets chopping off their long locks. The latest way to rock a crop top is by leaving hair longer on the top and shorter on the sides, like Evan Rachel Wood. This gives you the freedom of a short 'do, but with the versatility of a longer style--you can sweep those top layers up, over, forward or back to create a multitude of cool hairstyles!
If simple and starightforward are more your style, opt for face-framing layers like Zoe Saldana. Layers are great for lazy girls who don't like to spend a ton of time doing their hair: Because of the natural way they fall, they look styled even when you don't do anything to your hair.
See, we told you bobs were going to be everywhere this season! We like Jessica Szohr's bold take on the trend because there's something equally retro and cutting-edge about a blunt-cut bob. It also frames her face fantastically, drawing your attention to her gorgeous features and strong jawline.