The stacked bob hasn't been in popular circulation since the early aughts (think Victoria Beckham), but given a fresh spin with ends cut along a sharp, blunt angle, it's never looked better.
Between what has to be a five-minute styling routine, the face-framing layers, and the hair always chicly just over your eye, this cut checks every box. © 2020 Condé Nast. All rights reserved.
So when Pinterest let us in on the most popular haircuts for straight hair that people were searching for (based on its annual PinStyle report), we clicked faster than the wind.
Picking up hints from the #1 most popular haircut on Pinterest right now, the textured lob, this one goes even piecier (ask for "chipped layers" to the extreme).
The good news is that we're living in the golden age for haircut inspiration—with ever-growing options for all hair types.
For good reason: as illustrated on Jourdan Dunn, it gives a perfect canvas for those messy, lived-in waves you've probably screen-grabbed a thousand times.
If you're not feeling the volume that a blunt cut entails, slight layering thins out bulk and gives it a different, slightly cooler spin.
If you're wary about coming out with a bob that looks like everyone else's, try going longer with it—the face-framing effects stays, but you've got a few more hairstyle options.
Searches for middle part bobs are up about 70 percent, and with this cut as the ideal example, it's not tough to see why.
According to Pinterest, searches for stacked bob haircuts are up more than 110 percent from last year.
This cut shines on straight hair, and if you're growing out highlights or ombré, a shag will make the most of it.
BRB, getting myself a new 'do for spring. ✨ https://t.co/R66ddBJF44— Glamour (@glamourmag) January 31, 2020
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