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The bob is one of those cuts that's always around and always fashionable. It's feminine but low maintenance, and it's always been associated with independence and self-confidence. But although the basic structure of the cut has remained the same, the way we structure it and society's perception of the cut in general has shifted enormously over the last hundred years. So to find out how we got to the cut you know and love today, just keep reading.
If the new movies out today aren't enough entertainment freshness for you, then let me introduce you to some of today's new music releases. I've listened up already, so check out my suggestions for download-worthiness!
Hip-hop upstart: Young rapper B.o.B. has already had a single on the radio, and his first album, The Adventures of Bobby Ray, is jockeying to get more of his tracks in heavy rotation. The aforementioned single "Nothin' on You" may be the best of the bunch; it's a classic pairing of smooth-voiced R&B singer Bruno Mars with the addition of B.o.B.'s rap. It's very T.I., which makes sense, as T.I.'s record label put out the album.
Weezer's Rivers Cuomo joins B.o.B. for rap-rock intersection "Magic," and though I'll be the first one to say that I dislike this crossing of genres, I kind of love this super upbeat track. One of the biggest surprises is B.o.B.'s experimentation — he includes a cover of Vampire Weekend's "The Kids Don't Stand a Chance." His version, "The Kids," features Janelle Monae, and though I may not be able to say it's better than the original, it's pretty entertaining to listen to.
Grunge throwback: Courtney Love is back to music and her old band, Hole. While Nobody's Daughter is certainly reminiscent of Love's glory days in the '90s as a grunge princess, the songs largely sound like they belong to that decade. The title track is the strongest of the album's offerings, but that's not saying much. "Skinny Little Bitch" and "Samantha" merely sound like Celebrity Skin B-sides. Sadly, one of the liabilities is Love's voice. Its scratchiness, once so perfectly suited to the band's edgy persona, now just sounds like a hoarse survivor of hard-living.
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Bob haircuts are universally one of the most coveted looks, and there's almost nothing as simultaneously sexy and classically beautiful. But for those of us dreaming about one, especially if we have longer hair or curls, the proposition can just seem too risky. It doesn't have to be! I'm laying down exactly what kind of bob looks good on each face type and hair type. So to find out what you need to do to get the most bang out of your bob, just keep reading.
I swear that half the ladies at Sugar HQ are talking about getting a big haircut before Spring rolls around. The number one wished-for style? A bob. It's no surprise, really, because bobs are eternally stylish, short and easy to care for but still very feminine, and if you get the right shape and account for your hair's texture, one is bound to look good on you. To help everyone who's contemplating going shorter, I've put together 15 stunning bobs, with something for every face shape and hair type. Click through and check out the best way to bob it up for you.
It's rare for three stars to be sporting an almost identical haircut at once, but that's what happened this week when Zoe Saldana, Diane Kruger, and Jessica Alba all rolled up on the red carpet wearing this gorgeous, messy lob. The lob is a collarbone-grazing cut that's typically worn straight, but the look of the moment involves styling hair into loose, tousled curls that add volume and keep the ends from looking blunt. So, now that you've seen the newest look, are you itching to head to the salon and try it out for yourself?
To bob or not to bob: That is the question. After all, as versatile as long hair can be — elaborate updos to easy ponytails — there are times when we may long for shorter tresses . . . like while hitting the snooze button early in the morning. In order to satisfy this internal struggle, I've searched for some of my favorite celebrities with both bobbed and not-bobbed styles to compare. Take a look at the matchups I've found and decide which you find more suitable.
Same day, two very different lengths. At the grand opening celebrations for Victoria Secret's new flagship store in NYC, Heidi Klum wore her hair long and wavy for the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Later, at the cocktail reception, she sported some serious red lipstick and a trendy shoulder-length bob — aka the "lob," or long bob.Perhaps it was a little hair tucking and some pinning trickery. Or could it be possible that Klum used those ginormous bedazzled ceremony shears to chop her locks into a fashionable shoulder-grazing bob? Hmm — can't tell just yet. Regardless of how it was done, (quickie cut in-between appearances?) which look do you prefer on Klum? Are you a fan of her traditional long, model-y locks or do you like this bobbed style best?
Naomi Watts has a baby on board in addition to Bags on Board when taking her two cute pups for a jaunt in Soho over the weekend. Ned (the Cocker Spaniel) and Bob (the Yorkie) look pretty chill so the one-handed technique seems to be working well for this walkie.
Now, I notice both dogs have matching leashes – if you've got more than one pooch, do you buy unique leads for each furry friend or do you buy the same one in multiples? Share in the comments below after seeing a couple more pictures when you read more
News flash: The Beckham bob (and its many copycats) is on the way out. According to many superstar stylists like Garren, Ted Gibson and Tommy Buckett (who works out of Sally Hershberger and is a personal favorite), collarbone-length hair is where it's at for Fall. While some are going for conservative takes on the length, a la Gwyneth "GOOP" Paltrow, most of the stylists interviewed prefer a choppier version. According to the article, those who went for the power pixie are either growing it out to this length (Anne Hathaway, Jenny McCarthy) or snipping even shorter (like Katie Holmes and Beckham herself). The former is much more universally flattering (and weather appropriate). Will you go for it?