5 Easy Ways To Style A Lob Like Anne Curtis-Smith
This season’s hair inspiration is brought to you by our #MetroMostStylish cover girl Anne Curtis-Smith! As we can all remember, when she first came on to the entertainment scene, we saw her sporting those adorable long layers, which today is updated to the sleek and sophisticated lob (the long bob). For the past few seasons now, more and more celebrities have been opting for the long bob, which is an ideal middle-ground for those who want to keep their locks stylish, yet manageable. It’s short enough to be less of a styling chore, but also long enough to play around with a few updos. And when it comes to styling the lob, few can be as creative as Anne.
Check out some of our favorite lob looks by Anne:
As far as low-maintenance hairstyles go, we’re loving ponytails. Anne manages to make the look incredibly chic by adding details, like extra volume and a ribbon for that effortless, sweet vibe.
This hairstyle is one way to switch things. With a roller brush or curling iron, roll the front sections of your hair away from your face, creating soft emphasis on the face. Another style trick to take from this look: Flipping your part over makes your whole profile instantly transform.
A few face-framing tendrils keeps Anne’s chic, feminine and sophisticated style modern and elegant. It’s as simple as gently teasing out a few strands of hair around your bun.
Anne’s side-parted, perfectly polished curling-iron ringlets are a vintage-glam way to style a high-neck outfit. If you’re wearing a high-collar top or turtleneck, give your lob a few curls as an alternative to updos.
Soft And Sleek Lob
Short, sweet and oh-so-pretty, all you need to do for this chin-length lob is to blowout straight, or straighten with an iron at low heat. The result is a neat, chic hairdo that’s already sultry just by tucking behind the ear.
Lead photod from @annecurtissmith