Celebrity Bob Hairstyles We Love
Bob hairstyles are classic and chic: An ideal look for the girl who loves timeless glamour but could do without a high-maintenance head of hair. These celebrity looks prove the bob is beautiful, versatile, and universally flattering.
Rihanna’s angled bob hairstyle may be a throwback in terms of her hair evolution, but it’s a classic look that is still as chic as the first time she rocked it. Asymmetrical bobs work best on stick-straight hair, so it’s best to invest in a quality flat iron.
Carey Mulligan is the epitome of 1920s style with her sleek blonde bob. A deep part with bangs tucked behind the ear is a sophisticated look that can go from the office to a night out.
Kylie Jenner’s lob (long bob) is one of the edgiest updates we’ve seen on this timeless hairstyle. Long layers and trendy dip-dye make this bob young and fresh.
We love Michelle Dockery’s wavy bob hairstyle for proving it’s possible to wear your bobbed tresses with your natural texture. An anti-frizz mousse or smoothing serum will help you achieve a tousled but clean look.
Taylor Swift is a natural at blurring the lines between casual and glam, so this slightly angled bob is the perfect look for her. The cut is trendy, and the face framing pieces and bangs add a youthful element to the otherwise mature cut.
Emma Roberts’ long, blunt bob is both tasteful and versatile. This red carpet look proves the bob is as glamorous and girly as it is pretty and practical.
Ciara’s short bob is stylish and fairly easy to maintain. Chin-length ends and a smooth middle part make this super-short ‘do a cinch to style.
A medium length bob with blunt ends and soft bangs is the perfect style for thick-haired ladies like Regina Hall. The short cut is perfect for putting your enviable volume on display without weighing down locks or worrying about marathon styling sessions every morning.
Hilary Duff proves you don’t have to grow mermaid-length hair to get the beautiful beachy texture. A shoulder-grazing lob with wispy layers is the perfect canvas for sun-kissed highlights and a bit of sea salt spray.
Elizabeth Shue’s laid-back waves make her bob look effortless and easy. If you’re looking for a casual vibe, keep your cut on the longer side with lots of volume-building layers.
The best way to add feminine texture to a chin-length bob is by wrapping a few pieces around a ½” curling iron. Be sure to leave an inch at the bottom uncurled to achieve Catherine Bell’s carefree look.
The best thing about a bob hairstyle? Probably that you can get all the beauty of a blowout in a fraction of the time. Copy Alicia Witt’s bombshell style by blow drying damp hair straight with a round brush and spraying with a light hold hairspray to set.