Not everyone’s gone pixie short. While Jennifer Lawrence went to extremes to rescue her damaged hair, plenty of women are taking smaller steps, chopping their long summer tresses into a blunt bob that ends anywhere from their ears to their shoulders. Natalie Portman and Sofia Coppola sport demure versions while Into the Gloss’ Emily Weiss went platinum and Rihanna added a thick fringe when she went short this week. Before you head to the salon, scroll through some inspiration, above.
Lawrence isn’t the only one sporting a fresh ‘do at the Catching Fire global premieres. Jena Malone, who plays Johanna Mason in the second Hunger Games film, has a choppy, blonde bob that’s giving her feminine wardrobe just the right kick.
Mandy Moore’s soft, slightly-waved bob is the kind of cut that looks better on day two, then three, and maybe even four.
Lily Collins has a new haircut to match her new role as Lancome’s ambassador. The shoulder-grazing bob is not quite blunt—a good option for those with thicker hair.
The Masters of Sex actress has clearly mastered her red carpet routine. Caitlin Fitzgerald’s dark roots and zig-zag part keep the finger-waved bob from looking too ‘20s.
At the Tokyo premiere of The Bling Ring the director showed off her shorter than usual hair. We like it.
Who needs pants when you have a perfectly tousled, wonderfully ombre’d ‘do? Follow Ciara’s lead and use a flat iron to create soft waves around your face.
Whether January Jones is intentionally rocking this season’s must-have hair—or really does have wet hair—we’re digging this slicked-back bob.
Five years ago Agyness Deyn was rocking a bleached and tousled pixie. Now her shiny brown hair is the sleekest on our list.
In just two days Natalie Portman went from this dramatic, straight bob, at a New York screening of Thor: The Dark World, to a sweet, curly version for Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.
Never one to follow the pack, Rihanna stepped out on Monday with a new bob that’s banged and curled under, thanking hairstylist Ursula Stephen via Instagram.