Leighton Meester has joined brave and brazen actresses Emma Watson, Michelle Williams and Ginnifer Goodwin — to name but a few — in cutting her hair off. The Gossip Girl beauty, once known for her long brown hair, was photographed hosting an LA magazine launch sporting a choppy bob — not dissimilar to Phoebe Tonkin's new 'do. We love a dramatic celebrity haircut, they almost make us feel brave enough to have The Chop ourselves... If you're looking for some hair inspiration to take with you to the hairdresser, click through to see our top 15 long to short celebrity haircuts over the years. Snip, snip!
Need another reason to try a fringe? We've got three, actually — and they prove that a fringe definitely has its benefits. Here, celebrity stylist Tippi Shorter demonstrates how easy it is to transform your hair by changing the way you style your bangs. Watch now to see how to create three distinctly different looks!
Does trimming your split ends make your hair grow longer, faster? What about massaging your scalp? And will certain foods lead to a longer mane? To find out what really makes hair grow, we turned to celebrity stylist Tippi Shorter, who separates the myths from facts in this video. Who knows? Longer, stronger hair could be yours before you know it.
No matter what trends come along, long hair will never go out of style. And neither will this '40s-inspired, luxurious-looking take on Old Hollywood curls. Here, celebrity stylist Tippi Shorter explains how to add sleekness and shine that keeps the look modern. If you have a curling iron, pins, and the right styling products, this hairstyle is surprisingly easy to create. Watch now to learn each step.
You know when you go to the hairdresser and they always say you need regular trims in order to grow your hair? Chances are your hairdresser is really just looking out for your hair's wellbeing by offering to snip those split ends, but what if you had no split ends to speak of? Oh yes, it is possible. The Tresemmé Scissor-Free Salon is all about promoting long, healthy locks — sans the rough ends — and hair expert, Troy Thompson, offers up some very handy tips for those who are committed to the grow. Click through.
Over the years, Nicole Richie has experimented with her look and there's been heaps of different hair colours and lengths along the way. Her chic blonde bob started a stylish surge copycats across the globe and at an event in LA this week, Nicole was at it again, showing off her latest look, wearing beachy-cool, chest-length waves. It's not a new new look — Nic was rocking a similar boho vibe back in June '09 — but it's a pretty one all the same. What do you think of her longer style? Is it your favourite length? Or do you prefer one of Nic's older styles?
Brazilian bombshell Raquel Zimmermann is one of those models that you see ev-ery-where. Even if you don't know it's her. She's such a chameleon — like any good model — often switching up her look from '70s jet-set glamazon for Chloé, to racy Louis Vuitton redhead to natural beauty for Shiseido. Most recently we saw her appear in the H&M S/S '11 advertising campaign alongside Freja Beha Erichsen, and it was only when we spied her being profiled for Vogue Brazil today that we noticed she'd chopped her long locks into a shoulder-grazing bob. If you look under that mop of curls, you can see the length change in the H&M ads, too. What do you think of Raquel's new 'do? Do you like the shorter length or do you prefer it longer, huh?
Naomi Watts set off a mini-furore with her new blunt haircut that she debuted last month. And if the looks on the runway are to be believed, they'll be one of the big hair trends for the upcoming season. But going blunt can be scary — especially if you have traumatic memories of one-length styles from the early '90s. So how can you wear the trend and look both pretty and modern? We pulled five of the most flattering interpretations of the look, using the runway for inspiration. Check them out now!
Drew's never been one to toe the line when it comes to beauty, and we love watching her experiment. Earlier this year, she was sporting an adorable blunt-cut bob, that she would wear all scruffy-chic, but lately she's been on the red carpet with long, lush tresses, which are likely extensions. They're both pretty looks, but which one do you prefer on the gorgeous star?
Lea Michele has been pimping herself Glee out quite a lot of late. Most recently she's been hanging around the Television Critics Association Awards switching up her style on an hourly basis. I'm exaggerating, of course. But she does like to mix and match her looks, the little minx. First up she served up this Pulp Fiction bob on Saturday in Beverly Hills which I totally did not see coming, but then it was all back-to-normal-twit-to-woo for last night's FOX 2010 Summer TCA All-Star Party where she went with tousled waves, a bit like the ones we showed you to do earlier. Up until now, the main talking point for me has been the hideous half fringe — heard of a bobby pin, much? — but now we have differing lengths to discuss. Thoughts?