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Emma Stone Debuts Bang-Up Haircut
An actress getting a makeover in Hollywood? Not news. But a beautiful starlet with an even prettier new look? Prepare to take notice. PHOTOS: The Lob: Hollywood's Hottest Haircut For the New York premiere of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” Thursday, leading lady Emma Stone debuted a new ombre-fringe-lob that perfectly accentuated her flawless features. Along with an ethereal nude cut-out gown, the 25-year-old easily outshined the film’s star, real-life boyfriend Andrew Garfield. “This isn’t the star’s first foray into fringe,” explains PEOPLE StyleWatch. “She sported bangs before (including for her role of Spidey’s love Gwen Stacy), but she usually keeps them swept to one side. This time she’s cut them straight across her forehead and it also appears that the star might have lightened up her hue with some blonde ombre highlights as seen during her visit to SiriusXM studios Thursday.” The lob, or a “long bob” cut, isn’t a new concept. In 2013, it seemed every celeb in Hollywood was chopping up their locks for the shoulder-sweeping look, best suited for those who want to go shorter without compromising length. It’s long enough to be worn in a ponytail or bun, but also short enough to create a simple, sleek look without hours under the blow dryer. PHOTOS: Celebrities and Their Extreme Hair Colors And while stylists insist the lob works for nearly everyone (minus super curly gals), Stone’s fringe variation works best for one specific hair type. “A bang-lob combo works best on finer hair with a slight wave,” explains Giovanni Mele, owner and artistic director Philadelphia-based Giovanni & Pileggi salon. “This can work on both a long oval face and a small round one.” “The lob is ideal for most women since they can adjust the part, angle or length to best suit their face shape,” says California-based celebrity hairstylist David Babaii. “Another bonus is adding a fringe. This can be a longer swept to the side bang or a blunt Cleopatra-inspired one.” READ: Need a Hair Makeover? Ease Into Ombre As for Stone’s sun-soaked hair color? Unlike typical highlights, stylists say the ombre requires less maintenance and easily brightens up your features. However, this is one hair color that only a professional can perfect. “Make sure to ask your colorist to stay with natural tones and keep a subtle graduation between the colors,” says Los Angeles-based stylist Julia Papworth. “When it comes to root touch ups, since ombre often stays close to your natural hair color, you may be able to go longer in between salon visits than if you had typical highlights.” For some style inspiration, check out Stone’s latest new look below: 
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Emma Stone Debuts Bang-Up Haircut

An actress getting a makeover in Hollywood? Not news. But a beautiful starlet with an even prettier new look? Prepare to take notice. PHOTOS: The Lob: Hollywood's Hottest Haircut For the New York premiere of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” Thursday, leading lady Emma Stone debuted a new ombre-fringe-lob that perfectly accentuated her flawless features. Along with an ethereal nude cut-out gown, the 25-year-old easily outshined the film’s star, real-life boyfriend Andrew Garfield. “This isn’t the star’s first foray into fringe,” explains PEOPLE StyleWatch. “She sported bangs before (including for her role of Spidey’s love Gwen Stacy), but she usually keeps them swept to one side. This time she’s cut them straight across her forehead and it also appears that the star might have lightened up her hue with some blonde ombre highlights as seen during her visit to SiriusXM studios Thursday.” The lob, or a “long bob” cut, isn’t a new concept. In 2013, it seemed every celeb in Hollywood was chopping up their locks for the shoulder-sweeping look, best suited for those who want to go shorter without compromising length. It’s long enough to be worn in a ponytail or bun, but also short enough to create a simple, sleek look without hours under the blow dryer. PHOTOS: Celebrities and Their Extreme Hair Colors And while stylists insist the lob works for nearly everyone (minus super curly gals), Stone’s fringe variation works best for one specific hair type. “A bang-lob combo works best on finer hair with a slight wave,” explains Giovanni Mele, owner and artistic director Philadelphia-based Giovanni & Pileggi salon. “This can work on both a long oval face and a small round one.” “The lob is ideal for most women since they can adjust the part, angle or length to best suit their face shape,” says California-based celebrity hairstylist David Babaii. “Another bonus is adding a fringe. This can be a longer swept to the side bang or a blunt Cleopatra-inspired one.” READ: Need a Hair Makeover? Ease Into Ombre As for Stone’s sun-soaked hair color? Unlike typical highlights, stylists say the ombre requires less maintenance and easily brightens up your features. However, this is one hair color that only a professional can perfect. “Make sure to ask your colorist to stay with natural tones and keep a subtle graduation between the colors,” says Los Angeles-based stylist Julia Papworth. “When it comes to root touch ups, since ombre often stays close to your natural hair color, you may be able to go longer in between salon visits than if you had typical highlights.” For some style inspiration, check out Stone’s latest new look below: 

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