If you were to choose a haircut that defines the millennial generation, it would be the long bob (or lob, as we've come to call it). Everyone from Chrissy Teigen to Fearne Cotton has found an iteration that suits them. And that's the crux of it: With a few styling tweaks, this haircut suits everyone, whatever your face shape and whatever your hair type. Don't believe us? Here are 13 celebrities who have rocked the long bob in their own way. If you're in the mood for a haircut, the lob will refresh your look without feeling like a drastic overhaul.
It's wearable and easy like that. Keep scrolling because we can all but guarantee these celebrity styles will tempt you into a salon chair.
It was hairstylist Jen Atkin who is responsible for Chrissy Teigen's long bob, who put the haircut on the map. The deep side part and tousled waves suit Teigen's round face shape.
A sweeping side fringe like this is seriously versatile. It can be worn centre-parted as a curtain fringe or disguised into an up do. Yep, long bobs can easily be pulled up.
There is nothing we don't love about this haircut—from the smooth centre part and easy waves to the golden lights and serious shine.
A full fringe and blunt ends look seriously chic. Ensure your long bob looks shiny and smooth too by misting with a finishing spray like Ghd Final Shine Spray (£7).
A long bob is a great length if you want to dabble with peroxide. It's hard to keep hair in good condition when it's that blonde, so a fresh cut will ensure it looks its best.
Bella's lob is longer and fuller than Washington's, which gives it a more '80s vibe.
With barely any layers and blunt ends, a long bob can be worn sleek or tonged for a beachier feel.
The combination of the deep side part and sleek texture gives Mila's long bob a directional feel.
The Star Wars actress shows off yet another way to wear the lob: swept back from the face.
Moving into mid-length territory, if you're growing your hair, wearing it sleek will give the illusion of length.
Proving that a long bob looks great even if your hair is super thick. Rosie's side-swept lob is the stuff dreams are made from. Use a barrel brush to blowdry the edges out for a '60s take.
Get those rounded ends by blow-drying your hair with a small round brush. Balmain Ionic Brush (£35) locks moisture into the hair to help ramp up the shine.