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August 30 2014

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At Burberry Prorsum, The Lob Gets Longer

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As loyal readers of this blog may remember, I cut off all of my hair last season—right before the Spring shows, in fact. After ten-plus years of long locks that dangled well past my shoulders, I went with an asymmetrical bob that was cropped in the back and hung slightly longer in the front, with face-framing layers to boot. It was a welcome change, and I kept it up for about three months before getting lazy and failing to schedule regular trims. I’m finding myself at a crossroads these days, sporting a messy “lob” that’s still asymmetrical with a few added inches to weigh it down. But apparently, I can stop worrying over what to do—I’m right on trend for Fall. At Burberry Prorsum, Neil Moodie styled models with a variant of the long lob.”I was inspired by the A-line bob, where the front of the hair is cut on an angle so it is longer at the front than the back, creating a heavy feeling,” Moodie said between spritzes of Bumble and Bumble Thickening Hairspray backstage yesterday. “I am taking this idea and applying it to longer hair lengths here, though, so if any model has longer layered hair I am disguising the layers with hair extensions to create that weighty feel in the front, and keeping it shorter in the back.” He described the style as “natural, effortless chic,” perfect for the urban Burberry girl—and urban Brooklyn girls, it turns out, who just may need to own that gigantic-collared military parka from look 10 come September.

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