Jennifer Aniston's Rachel cut is the most popular hairstyle ever.It's no shock that "The Rachel" (ahem, shag, baby) is the most popular haircut of all time, according to a study by Goody. Stylists estimate that a whopping 11 million women snipped the same layered-lock look made famous on "Friends," circa 1996.

It got us curious: What paparazzi photos are popping up in salons in a post-"Friends" and SATC-less world? We asked five top stylists, from New York to San Diego. What did surprise us is that Jennifer Aniston wasn't mentioned even once. Instead, the most clipped cuts varied from Miley Cyrus to Kim Kardashian (whose name came up repeatedly), whose long waves might be just as bodacious as her curves.

After the jump, check out all five of the most requested looks in America -- and what to ask your stylist for if you want to rock one.

Gwyneth Paltrow's bob is a popular hairstyle.1. San Diego
Jet Rhys Hair Salon
Most requested cut: "Gwyneth Paltrow's long bob is the number-one requested cut and style of summer 2010," says salon owner and stylist Jet Rhys.
How often women ask for it: three times a week
The attraction: "People want swingy, bold looks. Gwyneth's cut is fresh and the perfect length to throw up in a bun at the beach or keep sleek and down for night."
What it's called: a long bob or "middy"
How to get it: Ask for a below-the-shoulders bob.

2. Indianapolis
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Most requested cut: Victoria Beckman's tousled uneven, layered bob
How often women ask for it: "At least two times a week," says salon owner and stylist Naieem Abdool. "They bring in pictures of her all the time."
The attraction: "It's chic! It gives clients an edge over the old-fashioned bob," he says. "Clients can play with the texture in their hair, as Indiana is known for its humidity in the summer."
What it's called: an uneven, layered bob
How to get it: Ask for a chin-length bob with tousled, uneven layers (and if you like her color, go for very subtle monochromatic highlights with a richly pigmented base color).

3. Houston
Solution for Hair & Makeup
Most requested cut: The Kim Kardashian
How often women ask for it: "Ten times a week," says salon owner and stylist Mark Horn.
The attraction: It's pretty and polished.
What it's called: long, graduated layers
How to get it: Ask for long, graduated layers and big, flowy waves.

4. Bethlehem, Penn. (15 miles from Philadelphia)
Patrick McIvor Color Studio
Most requested cut: "In the last year, people aren't asking for particular celebrity haircuts, they're asking for hair styled like celebrities," says stylist Nathan Rosenkranz. "Miley Cyrus at the Grammy Awards is one of the most referenced."
How often women ask for it: every Thursday, Friday and Saturday
The attraction: "It's beautiful hair with sex appeal," he says. "Ninety percent of red carpet hair today is left down and vamped up with sexy texture and dimension. Women want red carpet hair for dinner, girls' night out, parties and weddings."
What it's called: sexy texture
How to get it: "Ask for medium-sized vertical curls so they last through the night," says Rosenkranz.

Gisele Bundchen's long wavy hairstyle5. New York
Lisa Chiccine Salon
Most requested cut: "Everyone wants very long hair cut like Gisele Bündchen and the Kardashian sisters, especially Kim's," says salon owner and stylist Lisa Chiccine.
How often women ask for it: once a day
The attraction: "It's sexy."
What it's called: "Sexy, voluminous hair with long layers."
How to get it: Grow hair very long and ask for "little to no layers," which means keep them long, says Chiccine, "but have it angled around the face."