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Hair Goals: Emma Stone’s Copper Bob

Copper Bob Emma Stone | Dutchie Love

It’s been at least 5 months since I dyed my hair bright copper, and I’m still in love! You know me though…always looking to the next thing. This time around I’m committed to growing out my pixie cut to a copper bob, and I’m looking straight at Emma Stone for inspiration. Why grow it out? I want more styling options! Sure, pixie hair is fun and I love it so very much, but I’ve had it for 6 years and I miss ponytails and curling irons. 

I’m about two and a half months into the regrowth phase. I’ve already had to trim my mullet and my bangs once, but I can finally tuck little bits behind my ears. Exciting! I’m totally digging the soft side bang that Emma is rocking in the first picture, so I think I’m going to keep my bangs for now while the rest of it grows out. Growing out a pixie makes it hard to keep up any semblance of a style, so having bangs makes me feel like everything is looking respectable in the interim, haha! Fake it until you make it, right?

Copper Bob Emma Stone | Dutchie Love

Emma Stone nails the perfectly tousled, gently curled copper bob. I’m in serious need of some tips and tricks for how to style this look. My hair is pin straight and baby fine and last I checked, it can’t hold curl without a can of hairspray to save its life. Long haired gals – what are some of your favourite volumizing and texturizing hair products?

Also, I’m pretty sure that the only curling iron I own is the same one that I used when I was like 14, and that it’s shoved in a closet somewhere collecting dust. It might be time to start thinking about investing in some updated hair tools. From what I remember, my last curling iron was caked in hair spray from the good ol’ days of crunchy curls that didn’t budge. Anyone else dabble with those at all? Just me? I’ve got some learning to do!

Copper Bob Emma Stone | Dutchie Love
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