Lindsay Lohan just unveiled a pretty major hair makeover for her new acting gig

Beth | 13 June 2017

Cady Heron is all grown up!

 

Everyone knows that American actress Lindsay Lohan is famous for her fiery red, waist-length hair. And while the Mean Girls icon has strayed from her trademark ginger hue from time to time (having experimented with cherry red, brunette and platinum shades), she’s generally stayed true to her lengthy strawberry blonde strands – until now!

Yesterday, the star debuted a new bob haircut on Instagram and it has totally transformed her whole vibe. Trust us, this is one mane makeover you won’t want to miss!

Lindsay Lohan is now rocking a chic asymmetric bob

 

?Back on set of my new TV show #SickNote ?

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After taking some time off, the 30-year-old is back in the acting game and set to star in Sky’s upcoming comedy series Sick Note. Sharing a photo of herself on set – alongside fellow co-stars Harry Potter star Rupert Grint and comedian Nick Frost – our eyes were immediately drawn to her smart new ‘do!

As you can see, the redhead is now rocking a much shorter, asymmetric bob. Though she’s still sporting a warm auburn hue, this is the shortest the star has cut her hair in years, with the ‘90s mom style giving a more mature edge to her look. Anyone else getting #girlboss vibes here?

Whether Lindsay’s new look comes courtesy of a wig or she’s genuinely gone for the chop is yet to be seen, but either way, we can’t wait to see her (and her new bob!) in action when the series airs next year.

 

Feeling inspired by Lindsay’s new look? If she’s got you thinking about trying out an asymmetric style too, click here to discover our 5 favourite asymmetric bobs from Instagram, now!

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