The Razored Lob
The Cut: Before she shaved her head for her upcoming role in the Mad Max remake, Charlize Theron was sporting this chic 'do. Too long to be called a bob, the sliced lob (long bob) gets its name from the long layers razor-cut into the interior of the hair, giving it a light and effortless shape that's perfect when the temperature rises. "The precious bob is dead. Women want movement now," says Charlize Theron's hairstylist Enzo Angileri, who has been cutting the Snow White And The Huntsmen star’s locks for more than a decade.
Who Can Rock It: Anyone, according to the Los Angeles hairstylist, since the cut can be parted any which way depending on your face shape and preference. Growing out your bangs? Angileri suggests blending them into the cut and sweeping them to the side.
Daily Routine: If your hair is naturally straight, you can wash and go. If your locks are slightly wavy however, like Theron's, you will need to blow it out with a round brush before flat ironing it. Product-wise, Angileri recommends using a little Moroccanoil to create healthy shine and mousse (he likes Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam) at the roots for a little lift.
Upkeep: Trim it every eight to 10 weeks.
Expert Advice: “Don't change your hair dresser every cut. Give them a chance to get to know your personality and hair. First impressions aren’t always right,” says Angileri, who has worked with other megawatt stars like January Jones and Sarah Jessica Parker.
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The Razored Lob