Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Celebrities Who Ditched Their Long Locks for a Chic Cut

Recently, Lauren Conrad ditched her gorgeously long mermaid hair for a cute and chic texturized bob. I was shocked to see that she made the cut, but of course, can Lauren Conrad really do any wrong? I think not. I may be a little biased considering that she's basically my idol, but the proof is in the pictures - she's just down right flawless.

 She actually had her hair cut 4 times until she got to the right length. Lauren said that he long locks have acted as a security blanket for her for many years past, which I can definitely relate to.

I've emulated her hair trends a few times, from her effortlessly soft curls to her dyed pastel tips - yes I had pastel tips for a few weeks (and actually loved it), but there's no way I could pull off a bob like her. My hair is much too thick. I've been there in grade school, and boy was that a mistake.

Also loving her outfit from this recent Who What Wear shoot.

Of course not everyone can pull of the chop as flawlessly as Mrs. Conrad - or should I say Mrs. Tell! Here's a few other celebs who took the daring cut, but in my opinion, some should have stuck with their long longs as opposed to the short do's. 

Better Short

Emma Stone
Taylor Swift

Better Long

Kaley Cuoco
Anne Hathaway
Jennifer Lawrence
Shailene Woodley

Can Rock Long or Short

Hayden Panettiere
Emma Roberts

Miley Cyrus

Julianne Hough

Who do you think can pull of the short cut? Have you ever made a drastic cut like these celebrities?


  1. Actually three days ago I did the same what Lauren Conrad did. From long to bob style. I was just desperate lately, I was losing a lot of hair, and they were dry and very weak.. after a long time "bleaching"... of course by the hairdresser.. but still it ruined my hair, so it was just impulse and I knew I had to do something with my her. So three days ago without appointment I just went to the hairdresser that I did not even know and I cut 7 - 8 inches of my hair. I do not regret it, I think it was best decision for now. Wow, it is so easy to wash them now, when they are short.

  2. I have to admit that I really like the results of the hair cuts you show here! I think also often about to cut my hair and I did it already a few times but than I let my hair grow again :)
    Thank you for your pleasant comment on my blog. You have a beautiful blog and now I wonder if you want to follow each other?

    xx from Germany/Bavaria, Rena


  3. Great looks! I prefer longer hair, but some of these celebs can really rock shorter hair too!
    xo from Italy,
    Sonia Verardo

  4. This is a great post - seeing all of these side by side photos really highlights the drastic change, but these ladies all look gorgeous! Following you back, thanks so much for visiting my blog! =)


    I hope you are having a great week so far!


  5. I think shorter hair can give a much more sophisticated look - I lovvveee Taylor Swift's hair short!

    The Velvet Black // UK Style & Beauty Blog

  6. I would like to try a bob one day but I'm afraid I won't look good with it. Too bad it takes ages before hair grows back. Lauren Conrad looks great with her bob but i still feel like long hair suited her better. I agree with you that Sheilene Woodley should have kept her hair long but she had to do it to film Insurgent.

    x Karen

  7. Don't be excessively hard on yourself in the event that you get a bit tongue-tied around celebrities you really respect, additionally don't talk a ton about what they do unless they truly want to discuss it.

  8. Great post! It's nice to see the side by side photos to compare

    Made in Mauve

  9. Short hair rocks. I have been thinking about wearing short hair for the winter because I think it is so much easier to handle.

  10. Great post!! I like the bob hairstyle trend! I just started to follow you on Instagram, twitter, ... Return the love? :)

  11. Hello,

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