Whether chin length or shoulder-skimming, the layered bob is the hairstyle to have right now. Practical but still stylish, the bob is easy to maintain and long enough to tie up, but not so long it gets in your way at the playground. Here are the celebrities wearing cool mum hair
Fearne was one of the first celebrities to chop her long hair into a grown out bob and it always looks easy, carefree and cool.
A little more grown up, Milla’s side-swept wavy bob works for the red carpet as well as running around after her daughter, Ever.
Mum to gorgeous Xander, aged two, Mad Men star January knows how to rock the bob and the super-blonde colour keeps it interesting, while it’s long enough to wear up too.
E! News presenter Guiliana Ransic chopped off her super-long lengths once she became a mum and we think this sleek, blonde bob suits her perfectly.
Emma’s baby blonde cut works just as well straight as tonged into waves.
Blonde, chin-length and wavy (with a bit of root showing), Charlize knows how to make the bob interesting
Long and layered so the ends flick up onto her shoulders, new mum Emily keeps her bob length versatile.
Mum to six year old Harlow and four year old Sparrow, Nicole may have dyed her hair a daring shade of mermaid blue-green, but her choppy cut is the ultimate low maintenance style for the school run
Lily has experimented with a rainbow of hair colours since her return to music, but this mid-length, fringe combo cut has the edge.
Actress and new mum to baby Isabelle, Kerry wears her ultra-flattering bob long and shoulder-skimming.
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