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Short and chic, the new way to wear a bob is cropped to align with your jaw. Instead of crisp, blunt ends, a slightly deconstructed cut will add a cool, lived-in feel to the classic look. “Ask your stylist for invisible layers and shattered ends to add movement and texture,” says Barney Martin, hairstylist and founder of Barney Martin hair salon. While the bob appears relatively effortless, like most precision cuts, you’ll want to visit the salon every six to eight weeks to maintain the

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