Here’s More Proof That the Wavy Bob Is 2015’s “It” Cut

The wavy bob has officially taken over, and it doesn’t show any signs of stopping. The chic cut has even won over an Olsen—a family known for their long, flowing mermaid locks. Elizabeth Olsen got the dramatic cut from her stylist Mark Townsend two days ago and he just had to share the pretty results on Instagram
While you spend the next two weeks looking back on the past year—the good, the bad, the changes, the constants—allow us to make the case for why the wavy bob should be your first major change of 2015.
It Works On All Textures: Whether your hair is naturally wavy or straight as a pin, the style is flattering. And of course, we won’t leave out curly hair. With a sleek blow-dry, you can add soft waves back into the hair with a quick spritz of sea salt spray and by scrunching the product with your fingertips.
It Doesn’t Require Much Styling: The main point is that hair is supposed to look a bit messy—so don’t expect to spend hours with the curling iron. Instead, sleep with two braids and tame the waves with texturizing spray and one sweep of the flat iron.
It Keeps Hair Healthy: Less styling equals less breakage. Plus, the mid-length keeps hair split end-free.
It Grows Out Flattering: Unlike the asymmetric bob and pixie, the wavy bob doesn’t require an awkward grow-out phase. The cut is pretty minimalist when it comes to layers, the movement comes from its styling.
Chic and hassle-free—now that’s the way to start 2015.

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