[MUSIC] Hi I'm Kahlana with InStyle and I'm here today with Lauren Conrad and we are gonna talk about all things beauty. So tell me, what was your first beauty experience growing up? The first time I was allowed to wear makeup was around seventh grade. Mm-hm. And it was, it was a real like, trial and error, kind of, just horrible. [LAUGH] But it was really nice. My mom like, just let me learn how to do it, you know? Mm-hm. I mean. I, I thought you were supposed to match your eye shadow your, to your clothes. Mm-hm. And it was just, you know, I was, I was just sort of playing and figured it out along the way. Were your friends, were you into like bold makeup, or was it pretty subtle, or, you know, did you have any interesting beauty disasters? It was, it was bold. Not like the great way. [LAUGH] Mm-hm. Like, more like interesting choices. Yeah, I don't know, I mean when I was in middle school, we you know, there, there wasn't, there weren't guides, there weren't like tutorials to go to, so really like. Right, there were no how-tos. No, like you kind of like asked your girlfriends and like just figured it out. Right. But like. Other, I couldn't really Google like how to apply blush. Right. It's just not. It was just different. I don't know. Kinda figured it out. Yeah. It didnt' always look great. Well I feel like you completely mastered your look. You're kinda known for your bronzy skin and very natural makeup. What would you, how would you describe your beauty routine in the morning? Would you describe it high maintenance, low maintenance? Definitely low maintenance, I mean it's, it's different if I'm gonna go to an event or go to somewhere special or out to dinner, I definitely take a lot more time. Mm-hm. But, it's pretty minimal to be honest. I don't, I, I think unless I'm going somewhere where I need to wear a lot more makeup, I, I don't wear that much. So are you very diligent about your skin, you know, making sure you take your make up off at night. Absolutely. Yeah. I use like a coconut oil to take off my eye makeup. Oh. And then just an all over face wash. I have several different and I'm not like a committed relationship with any. Right. [LAUGH] They pretty, pretty simple. I think that, you know, do whatever you need to do to take off all your make up and [CROSSTALK] Right. Yeah.
We now have confirmation that lobs and bobs aren’t going anywhere next year. Our forever hair crush Lauren Conrad, who has been wearing her root-y ice blonde hair past her shoulders over the past few months, took to Instagram Stories to document the process of chopping off all of her hair.
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The camera captured an untagged hairstylist chopping off her low ponytail secured at the nape of her neck—because pics or it didn't happen. In slow motion, the video builds up serious suspense, especially for anyone who has an intense fear of cutting shears. The next step revealed the lengths of her hair completely cut off, leaving behind a short, likely bob-length ponytail. From there, we can only assume that Conrad’s hairstylist took the remaining hair out of the hair tie and cut a bit more off, adding layers and angles.
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The bad news? We don’t have a final pic of Conrad’s new haircut, but given her influence over all things beauty, we can only assume it will be next year’s hottest bob trend. Stay tuned for the end result.