Julia Roberts Just Debuted a Blonde Lob for Summer

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From Pretty Woman to Notting Hill to Ticket to Paradise, Julie Roberts has ruled the rom-com world for quite literally decades. In addition to her unmistakable on-screen presence, Roberts has also always had a signature look, with her cascading auburn strands and show-stopping smile immediately coming to mind when we hear the 56-year-old actress’ name.

But, having a signature look is no reason to avoid experimenting with new styles. There is no better time than the summer to try something fresh and funky with your hair, and Roberts’ recent hair transformation is further proof that the “lob” might just be the cut of the season.

Julia Roberts’ Major Hair Transformation

From Margot Robbie to Sophie Turner and now Julia Roberts, the “lob” has been taking over the summer hair scene. Taking the traditional bob a bit longer and extending the cut to the shoulders, the lob is the trendiest short hair style, and Roberts’ take on the style is effortlessly chic. Posing with current President Joe Biden, former President Barack Obama and actor George Clooney, Roberts took to a fundraising gala at the White House this week with a whole new look in tow, sporting shoulder-length blonde strands.

Lightening and lifting color from the hair while keeping it healthy is no easy feat, but Roberts’ head of hair looks lush and radiant thanks to some meticulous coloring. According to her hairstylist and the mastermind behind the transformation, Kadi Lee of the Highbrow Hippie, “When making drastic color changes, in this case from red to blonde, my approach is always the same—slow and methodical, while always keeping the health and integrity of the hair first and foremost.”

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