This Asymmetrical Bob Makes Our Hearts Sing

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In today's world of semi-predictable pixies, bobs, and '90s revival middle parts, unique hairstyle sightings have become our catnip. Case in point: Rebecca Hall's asymmetrical cut. Girlfriend looks good — and this isn't an easy hairstyle to pull off. Having uneven locks can turn very quickly from rad to... Cyndi Lauper. We know this from personal experience. Please don't ask.

So, what makes this particular cut so wonderful? For one thing, the fact that both lengths look great on her. Why choose between bob lengths when you can just wear both at once? We're also really into the bluntness of this chop. There's nothing gradual or subtle about the asymmetry happening, and she's convinced us that that's how it should be. The bluntness of the length is softened with perfectly texturized waves. Did we mention we love this haircut?

Of course, it helps that Hall has the kind of face that would look good framed by just about any hairstyle, but we're thrilled to see that she's keeping things as edgy and interesting as possible. Like we said, catnip.

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