Chrissy Teigen Just Got the Most Popular Haircut of the Summer, and She Looks Amazing

Danielle Jackson

Chrissy Teigen just traded in her long, beachy waves for the most popular haircut of the summer: the lob. The model and cookbook author showed off her new cut via social media on July 29 with a video posted to her Instagram Story. "Short again," she said in the clip, tagging the hairstylist who gave her the cut, Irinel de León.

The cut is only a few inches shorter than the length Teigen had at the Grammy Awards back in January, but for the last few months, she has been wearing extensions. And while she didn't share the exact reason for switching things up again, she looks damn good.

Over the last few months, plenty of celebrities have spent their time sheltering in place experimenting with their hair, and it seems like every day, someone is debuting a new cut or color. The lob - or the long bob - in particular has been especially popular among stars like Julianne Hough, Khloé Kardashian, and Dua Lipa, likely because it's the perfect length for the summer. Get another look at Teigen's new lob ahead.

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