Lauren Conrad's New Chin-Size Bob Coiffure Will Be All Over The Place In 2018

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Lauren Conrad’s hair simply retains getting shorter! A little bit over a month after the previous actuality star debuted a brand new shoulder-grazing lob on Instagram, she’s again at it with one more hair switch-up — and her newest improve simply is likely to be her shortest ‘do but.

She enlisted the professional hair-snipping expertise of her longtime stylist, Kristin Ess, to cut her locks into a beautiful chin-length bob, and we’re feeling critically impressed to repeat it ASAP. Kristin reduce Lauren’s hair to instantly line up together with her chin and styled it by giving her a deep facet half and flipping it over, making a uneven, layered look. Her strands are comparatively straight with the slightest little bit of texture and bend, which you’ll obtain by subtly curving your strands with a flatiron (or, if you happen to want to keep away from utilizing heated instruments, by sleeping along with your hair up in a ponytail). See for your self how stylish her brand-new hair appears.

It appears like she’s formally ditched these dreamy signature waves from her Laguna Seashore days for good (*cue the transient second of silence for essentially the most envy-worthy hair of my teenage years*). However are you able to blame her? It has been fairly the busy yr for LC, who gave delivery to her first baby, son Liam James, in July. Between elevating her new son, designing objects for her Kohl’s line, and fulfilling her duties as cofounder of The Little Market, the 31-year-old working mother is kind of the busy bee, and her new hassle-free reduce is precisely what the physician ordered. It is sensible, it dries rapidly, it is easy to model, and contemplating how a lot of a trendsetter LC is, we’re predicting it will be the brand new buzzy reduce for the approaching yr.

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