These Celebs Are Proof That This Hair Trend Looks Incredible on Everyone
By Danielle Fontana , Associate Editor |
If you’ve been toying with the idea of chopping of your hair and going for that shoulder-length ‘do or super short bob, the answer—now more than ever—is yes. Don’t believe us? Get inspired from the latest wave of celebs to do the same, and never look back.
Celeb hairstylist Renato Campora calls Naomi Watts’ new bob “fresh” and we fully agree. The 50-year-old star debuted the sleek look last night in New York and we woke up this morning contemplating an equally major hair change.
Jennifer Lawrence is the latest celeb to go shorter. Paired with windswept curls, we can't think of a better—or more low-maintenance—summer hairstyle. If your hair's natural texture is curly or wavy, all you need is a few spritzes of sea salt spray; otherwise, a one-inch curling iron will quickly do the trick.
When it comes to beauty (and, well, anything), Margot Robbie does no wrong, and her sleek lob is no different. Plus, this style can easily be replicated at home—simply blow-dry your hair with your ends facing inward.
Blunt ends and voluminous roots make Jenna Dewan's bob chic and sexy. Use mousse on damp hair to boost volume, then dry and curl for height.
If you thought going shorter would make for higher hair maintenance, let Emma Roberts' air-dried look prove you wrong.
Whether parted in the center or on the side, a cut at Olivia Culpo's length will always look flattering with a barely there wave. With this look, texturizing spray will be your best friend for extra undone body.
Though the blond didn't last long, Selena Gomez proved a chic lob can work for every hair color (and brow combination!).
If you're not comfortable going super short, take a cue from Kendall Jenner's jaw-length locks that are easy to maintain and style.
A huge change for Lauren Conrad, her new short bob complements her face shape and highlights.
Pair your shoulder-length style with Bardot bangs like Alison Brie for a Sigourney Weaver–inspired look that never goes out of style.