Sydney’s Sweeney’s New Haircut Is Proof That Bobs Are Back & It Has Our Stamp Of Approval


If we decode recent celeb spottings, it’s safe to say that we’re going shorter in 2024. The Bob is a ‘timeless’ haircut forever evolving and in 2024, we’ve got some of the most gorgeous and fun iterations. From Hollywood’s red carpets to music videos and everyday style, celebrities are flaunting their twists on the classic bob. We are talking about icons from Gigi Hadid to Florence Pugh. Whether you’re looking for a low-maintenance cut or a trendy one, we have all the styles for you, join us as we explore the gorgeous bobs reclaiming the haircut spotlight, one snip at a time.

Sydney Sweeney

Sydney Sweeney stunned in a timeless old Hollywood ensemble at the 2024 Oscars after-party. Her dress was a gorgeous archival Marc Bouwer plunge neck gown but what truly captivated all our attention was her chic new haircut—a chin-length textured bob with voluminous roots—perfectly complementing her overall vintage-inspired look. Her hair transformation by hair stylist, Glen Oropeza took place moments before she walked the carpet.

Gigi Hadid


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Gigi Hadid in her ‘Guest in Residence’ sweater says goodbye to her famous long blonde hair with a short bob. She trusted her hair genius, Chris Mcmillan and went for a low-maintenance bob. Pro tip here, don’t style it to perfection.

Hailey Bieber

A bit ahead of the curve, our clean-girl, has been embracing the ‘preppy’ bob since 2023 which quickly became synonymous with her signature style. If you prefer a neat, slick and understated style, this one’s for you.

Selena Gomez


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Selena Gomez went Jackie O with a bouffant bob for her new music video, Love On, with a deep fringe parted gently in the middle. With a sincere love for French culture and exploring romance the Parisian way, she channels the perfect retro French look. Think of vintage French looks from the early 20th century, and that’s your cue to nail this one.

Elsa Hosk


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Worried you won’t be able to try and succeed at different hairstyles with a bob? Elsa Hosk will prove you wrong. From voluminous curls to casual chic, she’s done it all with her bob and she’s done it well. Take a look at her Instagram, her feed is a testimony that you must try bob this season.

Taylor Hill


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Grunge bob alert! A departure from traditional bob styles, Taylor Hill embraces a rebellious and edgy aesthetic with shorter and choppy ends. Looking for a carefree style? We found one for you. 



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Zendaya x Luxury Law have created the most iconic fashion moments this year for her press tour for Dune 2 and you know what else? Our favourite fashion girl is also serving major hair goals, here we see a voluminous 90s supermodel Bob cut at the 2024 Oscars, and how beautiful is that side parting? Don’t be afraid to play with your partings.

Florence Pugh


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Is there any haircut she can’t pull off? Florence Pugh has tried it all, from pixie cuts to slicked-back hairstyles, and now the bob. Celebrity hairstylist, Abir Abergel, created her look for the Oscars red carpet and revealed that she was paying homage to Madonna from her early 90s era calling it the ‘Madonna Bob’. If you’re a fan of the 90s, Madonna or Florence Pugh, this could be on your hair vision board for this year.

Anushka Sharma

If you’re concerned about how your bob might grow out, fret not. Take a look at how great it can be, and it’s not just the result of using expensive styling products. Even in its unfiltered state, her hair sits gorgeously.

I hope you’re all set for your next haircut appointment.

- Intern, Elle India

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