Welcome back to our new InstaTrend series, Influensters! Let’s have a hair talk, shall we? Have you heard of the lob ‘do? The most influential celebs and bloggers have been sporting the long bob, and now it looks like the rest of the beauty-loving world is hopping on the trend train and who can blame them? The lob is versatile, effortless, and timeless. Here's how to get it and where to find inspiration:
What to tell your hairdresser: Bring photos of the type of look you’re striving for. We love Lucy Hale's version. Her hair stylist Kristin Ess also has an Instagram account packed with lob-spiration. Once you're in the chair at your salon, as for something like, ‘I want a collar-bone length lob with texture throughout.’
The styling tools to use:
For voluminous, bouncy curls: HerStyler 3P Tourmaline Curling Iron
For loose waves: Hot Tools Curly-Q Tapered Curling Iron
For sleek, straightness: Chi Flat Iron Hair Straightener
Texturizing products compatible with your lob:
For major volume: Not Your Mother’s Double Take Dry Finish Texture Spray
For a long-lasting lift: Fekkai Coiff Bouffant Lifting and Texturizing Spray Gel
For a crunch-free texture: Redken Curl Force 17 Texturizing Spray Gel
Aimee Song, one of the leading bloggers of our generation, rocking a longer lob with caramel highlights throughout.
Happy birthday to a brilliant teacher and friend #StevenMeisel. Thank you for the guidance, advice and patience that you have shared with me and the myriad of models who also owe their careers to the lessons we have learned on your sets and in front of your lens. Your imagination and vision have created some of the most iconic images and created stars in the process. Thank you for training me in your Meisel School of Modeling since I was 15yo. I am truly grateful to call you my friend and mentor.
One of the more famous cuts in the fashion world, Karlie Kloss is known for her effortless take on the lob.
Voluminous and teezed, Margot Robbie’s long bob takes a wilder approach to the look.
Dare to take the plunge by cutting several inches off your locks? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!