Sleek Center-Part Lob

Jenner's lob is reminiscent of a modern-day Cleopatra. "A center part is like bam! Here are all my features," says Fugate. "It's like a frame that shows everything." And for that supersleek, glossy finish, don't skimp on shine spray.

Voluminous Natural Curls

This style is all about embracing your natural curls. The control comes when you play with the cut, color (we're obsessed with her grown-out ombré situation here), and part. This look is especially great for anyone with, er, a large forehead, says Fugate. "It slices it in half, brings one eye up, and adds a balance of asymmetry."

Bouncy Waves

This look is tousled but sophisticated, and according to Fugate, it's ideal for anyone with fine hair. "A lot of the bulk is left in the style, and the hair around the jaw makes it look full, so it's a great go-to when you don't have a lot of hair," he says. Layers do add volume to your style, but when you cut off too much, it can look limp. This is a way to do it without chopping a lot.

Layered Midi

We know: Kloss would look great even with a paper bag over her head. (Oh, to be a supermodel.) But we particularly love her long, face-framing layers here. "This is a happy medium of layers," says Fugate. "It's not overly layered. Ask your stylist to start them at the cheekbones in the front, around the face, with enough in the back to give movement."

Glam Waves

For these Jessica Rabbit–style waves, you'll need a set of hot rollers. Wrap three-inch sections of hair around them, then let them sit for a while until they cool completely. When you remove the rollers, you can brush out your curls—the key step here—without having them deflate. Finish with a fine mist of hair spray for hold and shine.

Full Bangs

Bassett's full, chopped bangs look good on just about everyone, which is why it's so popular right now.