The star shortened her hair (relying on Jennifer Aniston's hairdresser). Michelle Pfeiffer (64) has declared the long over-the-shoulder hair phase over, shortening her hair with a free and charming cut. That refreshes her face and becomes a model for party hairstyles.
Michelle Pfeiffer launches Christmas bob
After years as the undisputed queen of the straight bob, the star of Scarface and An Accidental Day has returned to her most iconic hairstyle thanks to the work of one of the most sought-after hairdressers in Hollywood and Jennifer Aniston's faithful: Chris McMillan.
A clean cut that rejuvenates in an instant. And which takes away the problem of hairstyles to show off over the festive period.
Michelle Pfeiffer (64) has declared the long over-the-shoulder hair phase over, shortening her hair with a free and charming cut. Which refreshes her face and becomes a model for party hairstyles.
A non-random "blunt cut"
With the parting in the middle and the variegated shade in almost platinum blonde alternating with ash streaks, the new bob goes straight to the base of the neck.
"Sometimes," McMillan writes in her latest Instagram post, "all it takes is a simple straight cut at the level of the collarbones to do the magic." In fact, the blunt cut in question is anything but random; in fact, there is a lot of thought that goes into it. "I always like to determine the length of hair based on the morphology of a person's face and physique," she explains later.
Finally short (but still very blonde)
The new hair look of the actress and beauty entrepreneur in the perfume business is the evolution of the long bob she sported until a few days ago. On The Tonight Show, last 7 December, she appeared with long locks down to mid-back.
As can be seen from the picture, the new cut shortened her hair by at least 20 centimetres. In one fell swoop, the scaling around the face was cancelled and the hair was lightened by a few tones, but without distorting the image of one of the divas who – with very few exceptions – has built her entire career on the bombshell philosophy.