We've seen plenty of trendy haircuts that come and go, but if we've learned anything about the "it" lob cut of 2015, is that the style has staying power for years to come. And just because you're about to tie the knot, doesn't mean you have to feel pressured to grow out your lob and give up the flattering style you've known and loved over the past few months. Celebs on the red carpet have proven time and time again that the Goldilocks of hairstyles (not too long, not too short, but juuust right) offers enough length to pull it back into a ponytail, whip it up into a bun or weave it into a braid—but without any of the volume-deflating weight of long layers.
When it comes to your wedding day look, the lob's versatility doesn't stop there. Incorporate wedding-worthy hair clips, floral accents and a little bit of the product styling know-how from the experts ahead, and you have so many special ways you can reinvent the wheel for your lob, but still look—and feel—exactly like yourself (and isn't that the whole point?).
Take this curly lob to the left, for example. If your natural curls are one of your favorite features, a statement hair accessory is a fun, easy way to elevate your look. "Massage leave-in conditioner from root to tip to define curls and protect them from humidity before blowdrying," says Gabriel Samra, Pantene celebrity stylist. "After your hair is dry, create a deep side part and place your hair accessory on top of your head. Use your fingers to gently separate the curls at your roots and on the sides to add volume—it makes the hairstyle look 'worn in' in a really ethereal way. Shield your hair from frizz with Pantene Anti-Humidity Maximum Hold Hairspray. It holds in the style, but it won't make your curls feel crunchy." (Anti-Humidity Maximum Hold Hairspray, $6, Pantene.
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