Golden Globes Hair: Asymmetrical Lobs Are the New Statement Accessory
The blunt, uneven chop just won the Golden Globes
The blunt, statement-making chop they are all wearing falls at a lob length (long bob), but is updated with a long-on-one-side effect that adds an edgy touch to their red-carpet gowns.
Pike’s hairstyle has been her signature for sometime, but it’s more severe for the Golden Globes and adds a structured contrast to her white, skin-baring Vera Wang gown.
Williams has her hair tucked under into a faux lob, but the style still has the asymmetrical effect that’s trending both on the red carpet and with fashion-loving girls everywhere.
“It’s nice to have it pulled off the shoulders,“ Williams told Ryan Seacrest during her turn down the red carpet.
Lena Dunham also has a shorter, severe bob, but sans mismatched lengths — surprising considering Dunham is the edgiest of the group.