Anyone who thinks a bob only offers limited styling options has probably never looked at Nicola Coughlan's Instagram profile. Over half a year ago, the "Bridgerton" star made short work: The long blonde hair gave way to a chin-length bob. Since then, Nicola has presented a new hairstyle on almost every one of her postings.
The latest example: at an event on the fringes of the prestigious Wimbledon tennis tournament, the Irish-born woman showed herself with light waves and a center parting. Nicola stroked her hair on one side behind her ear, with a decidedly casual look. In combination with her pale yellow shirt dress, which she staged with a waist belt, she exuded such a sporty and elegant charm. So the perfect appearance according to the occasion!
Just one day before her Wimbledon posting, the "Bridgerton" actress had proven how super glamorous a bob can be. Her stylists conjured up a voluminous approach for the award of a film prize. Its drama was emphasized by a deep side parting. To complete the red carpet look, the “Netflix” star resorted to red lipstick and eye-catching eye make-up.
A few weeks ago, Nicola showed herself at the BAFTA Awards with equally extravagant eye make-up. But in terms of hairstyle, there were no parallels to the last red carpet look. This time the bob of the Irish woman shone in a cool sleek look.
What Nicola also shows us on Instagram: Bob and hair accessories go wonderfully together. Because with chin-length hair, hair accessories come into their own. In a photo of the actress posing with a satin-covered headband, even model Suki Waterhouse can't help but click the "Like" button. Nicola also combines the hair accessory of the season, the hair clip, with her bob. To do this, she pulls a side parting so that the wavy ends of her hair gently caress her face.
After so much inspiration, we're now playing with the idea of getting a bob too. After all, Hollywood stars like Katie Holmes and Charlize Theron have also been relying on the trend hairstyle for some time. And even if we don't dare to use scissors - Nicola Coughlan encourages us to be more creative when styling our hair.