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Adele's amazing hair

Published 27/06/2014


Adele's new graduated bob came about because she was bored.

The Rumour Has It singer was spotted with a new bob haircut upon leaving London nightspot the Chiltern Firehouse earlier this month. The 26-year-old had star previously had much longer locks, but her hair stylist revealed it was time for a change.

"Her hair was extremely long and she fancied a change," Lino Carbosiero MBE told British magazine Heat. "We came up with the graduated bob, with blonde highlights at the front to really lift everything up. She has the most amazing hair."

It isn't the first time that Adele has gone for a mid-length hair style. The mother-of-one wowed at the Grammy Awards in 2012 with a classic shoulder length style with a modern twist.

"We decided to colour Adele’s hair a honey-coloured blonde as it suited her complexion and really brought out the colour of her eyes,” Lucy Holbrook, a colourist at the Daniel Galvin salon in London who was responsible for Adele’s lighter blonde locks, revealed to People magazine at the time. “It was important to elect a colour with plenty of depth to complement the bouncy voluminous styles that she favours.”

Lino, who has also styled British Prime Minister David Cameron's hair, was also in charge of that winning look. The 50-year-old always likes to keep Adele's appearance as natural as possible.

"We made Adele’s hair shoulder-length and cut a long layer through the back so as to give her a bit of swing and some natural movement,” he added to the publication after her red carpet look received so much acclaim. “We wanted to create an old classic with a modern twist.”

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