January 8th, 2018
Beauty

Making The Cut

New year, new length? A number of actresses sported this length at the Golden Globes last evening and they looked great.

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Via Della Spiga Printed stretch-cotton dress

YVES SALOMON

Reversible shearling coat

SONIA RYKIEL

Frayed checked cotton-blend tweed skirt

HOGAN

Shearling sneakers

VALENTINO

Tiered ruffled silk crepe de chine mini dress

PRADA

Buckle kitten-heel leather pumps

KHAITE

Cornelia double-breasted cotton trench coat

ISABEL MARANT

Nutson broderie anglaise ramie blouse

ISABEL MARANT

Jane cross-strap stud-embellished sandals

SAINT LAURENT

Tuxedo box clutch

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Nolia crepe midi dress

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Stretch-suede 70mm bootie

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  • These simply, slightly tousled bobs are the most feminine way to go short, and flattering on so many women. Where is the second to last image from?

    IoJanuary 8th, 2018  8:20 AM

     
  • Really nice selection of shots. I’ve been wanting to go shorter for awhile and these pictures are motivation to pull the trigger. The cut and color in the top photo is beautiful.

    KarimaJanuary 8th, 2018  11:00 AM

     
  • Love these photos! Love the trend!

    MelissaJanuary 8th, 2018  11:16 AM

     
  • Do I spy a Hoorsenbuhs gold chain? I’ve been on the hunt for a long necklace but that shorter length looks so fresh!

    AbbyJanuary 8th, 2018  11:53 AM

     
  • Would be so pretty on you

    Pia Murphy | Pillars DesignJanuary 8th, 2018  1:00 PM

     
  • I think the key to these is the movement. That’s what gives it the effortlessness and ‘energy’. Amazing if you have hair with a slight wave. Hmmm, maybe i should grow my hair…!

    disneyrollergirlJanuary 8th, 2018  4:28 PM

     
  • My hair is currently about 4 inches below my collar bone. I may inch up close to this length, but gradually…

    bisbeeJanuary 8th, 2018  7:03 PM

     
  • I’m currently growing out my hair to it’s natural hair color – gray/salt and pepper, and also growing out the layers it had previously. I really hope to end up with something like this ~ maybe the second the bottom photo so I can still pull it back or up. I agree with DRG, it does need some movement, but it looks so fresh and young.

    KathyJanuary 8th, 2018  8:15 PM

     
  • My stylist convinced me to get this cut, and I am so glad I did. I’ve received many compliments on it. I can still pull it into a tiny ponytail, but found that a headband/scarf works great too. You got me looking for my cashmere head scarf!

    SheriJanuary 9th, 2018  12:21 AM

     
  • Love those bobs!!!!!!

    MaryJanuary 9th, 2018  12:38 AM

     
  • I think this style looks fabulous on women with fine hair. I had my hair cut in this style about 18 months ago and it really didn’t suit me. I have very thick hair that I need to iron with a GHD to make presentable. My hair looks so much better when there is extra length on it, because it is so thick, and each strand is on the coarse (not fine) side. I kind of looked like a mushroom with this short style.

    AnitaJanuary 9th, 2018  2:48 AM

     
  • Although I love bobs, I find the length above difficult to wear if you have a long face or if you like to tie up your hair. I prefer a bob that is at most a couple of inches above the shoulder. And yes some layering/movement is key to avoid the look being too severe.

    MMSJanuary 9th, 2018  3:26 AM

     
  • Very fresh and youthful. I am also considering coming out with my natural grey hair. This would be a nice transition cut. Stopping the dye is not an easy decision!

    LynetteJanuary 9th, 2018  1:45 PM

     
  • Incredible how often I find I am on your wave length Preston ! I cut my collar bone length hair in December
    just left it long enough to clip up sometimes . I love it !!

    Brooke Garber NeidichJanuary 10th, 2018  12:45 PM

     
  • Such a good length. I am tempted…

    That's Not My AgeJanuary 10th, 2018  3:55 PM

     

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