The 37 Best Celeb Lobs of 2018
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The haircut of 2018 was hands down the lob – it seemed like all of our favorite celebs sported the cut (or at least a wig of the cut) at some point of the year. Seriously, who didn’t have a lob in 2018? We’re reliving our fave look of the year in this lob highlight/inspo reel, while keeping our fingers crossed that the sleek, easy to manage look lasts through 2019. As these celebs prove, a universally flattering cut is always in style.
Hailey Bieber’s lob is styled with texture, giving the cut added dimension.
J. Law is the queen of off-duty chic, and her effortless lob ensures it stays that way.
The look on Julianne Hough’s face is the ultimate lob-seller.
Kristin Cavallari’s lob (styled by Riawna) embodies everything the cut needs to be – functional enough for mom duty yet instantly red carpet ready.
There’s no hiding behind sunglasses! Emma Roberts redefines California cool with a killer Champagne lob.
There’s an undeniable sweetness to Laura Harrier’s slightly grown-out lob, most likely because of those perf waves.
Box braids don’t have to be long! Hair chameleon Amandla Stenberg rocks them in a lob, making the style super on trend.
Issa’s bestie aka Yvonne Orgi is as known for her smarts as she is for her on point, office-ready lob.
All the Insecure ladies are up on the trend – push it all to one side for a fresh take on the look like constant comic relief Natasha Rothwell.
The pop sensation chopped her hair into an asymmetrical lob this August and she’s never looked better.
Almost every Kardashian has tried the trend on for size, most notably Kendall who has made it her signature all year.
The Good American designer brings the sunshine while sporting a center-parted lob. To copy the flawless style, ends should be snipped as straight as humanely possible.
Don’t be afraid to step outside your comfort zone and go lighter, lighter…platinum! like this VS angel. Pro-tip – Keep your roots for instant edge.
Despite hailing from the Hills, Hadid wins at French girl chic – and we think her Dyson-styled lob may have something to do with it.
Jen Atkin created this boudoir ambiance on Rosie with Velcro curlers and ermuhgawd we can’t even.
From Dance Moms to teen queen, Maddie’s lob is polished and bouncy without over doing it.
Celeb go-to Justin Marjan slicks back Ashley’s lob for an easy to copy wet-look.
It’s not hard to see why she’s dubbed Golden Barbie. This undone lob cut showcases every shade of blonde.
Old Hollywood hair is just as stunning on short hair, prove hair goals duo Marjan and Culpo.
We love a cut that not only works on all hair types but all ages, as seen on always demure, Paulson.
One to watch, Rowan conquers the lob game. To DIY, sleep in a loose braid and wake-up to subtle waves sans heat.
Face framing caramel highlights make Bryne’s lob pop.
No need to Step it Up! Dewan exudes glamour with a sharp part and just a hint of bang.
Are lob-length box braids the most overlooked trend of the year? Let’s keep this one going forever, please.
For bounce like Em Rata, we suggest the widest barrel curling iron you can find and all the shine spray.
The model turned actress sports her wind tousled lob to London.
Yasss lob with bangs! It doesn’t get any sleeker (and cuter) than Ms. Gomez killing this short style.
Bad gal Riri does the lob her way, adding a distinctive 90s/60s era bottom flip on the style.
One of our fave looks of the year, “Old Hollywood Waves” meet the “It cut” for red carpet perfection.
We’re happy Clarke is letting her inner Khaleesi out with this color, and equally stoked she’s a passenger on the lob train.