Is there anything Beyonce does that we don’t want to copy? Nope. Let’s go ahead and call her Grammy hair “the bob heard round the world.” When Queen B took the stage to perform “Drunk in Love” with her husband last Sunday night it was wet and sexy; when she emerged post-performance in a sheer Michael Costello dress, it was full and curly. Two days later, celebrity hair stylist Mara Roszak debuted Kate Mara’s choppy new bob on Instagram (and if you look closely in the comments you’ll see a string of starlets saying, “I want it!”). By Wednesday, Jessica Alba had chopped her long locks to just below shoulder length, inching toward what’s quickly becoming the must-have haircut. Find out who’s ahead of the trend, above.
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Witherspoon wanted a bob to get rid of damaged ends, and celeb stylist Cervando Maldonado gave her a chic, sharp chop in December!
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The model showed off her natural texture at a Grammy party in Los Angeles last weekend.
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A couple of days after the Grammys, hairstylist Mara Roszak snapped a behind the scenes shot of the choppy bob she gave House of Cards’ Kate Mara on set.
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The British actress went for volume and texture (a winning combination) at the London premiere of The Invisible Woman.
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Roszak’s also the genius behind Collins’ blunt bob. The hairstylist, who was just named L’Oreal’s hair ambassador, recently told us that a bob flatters everyone—so go for it!
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Ora sported a glam, almost retro bob while shooting a DKNY ad in New York’s Times Square.
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Roberts debuted a sleek, sophisticated cut at Elle’s Women in TV Awards in Los Angeles, courtesy of Chris McMillan (who also cut Jennifer Aniston’s most recent bob).
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Hairstylist Jen Atkin cut a few inches off of Jessica Alba’s long locks before the Stand Up To Cancer event in Hollywood last week.
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The bob’s so cool that models are faking it for magazine covers! Huntington-Whiteley’s ‘do lends some elegance to her topless look on the cover of Bazaar UK’s March edition.