ABS-CBN actress Julia Montes surprised her Instagram followers with her latest hairdo. On Monday, November 11, the actress uploaded a selfie on Instagram Story showing her short bob.


In October, netizens spotted Julia shopping at a supermarket in Greenhills, San Juan City. In the photos, Julia was seen sporting a long hairstyle.

The 24-year-old actress has always preferred long hair.

In 2017, she debuted a layered hairstyle with full bangs.

This haircut was done by Jing Monis Salon Quezon City Creative Senior Stylist Dennis Pagliawan*. With some help from Raven Dizon, she also had her hair dyed from brown to back.

When she played the role of Kara in the afternoon series Doble Kara, her hair was also long.

In the same series, she also portrayed the role of Sara, Kara's twin who donned a short hairstyle. The role required her to wear a short wig.

The series aired from 2015 to 2017.


Julia has been staying out of the limelight for over a year now. Her last teleserye was Asintado, which ended in October 2018. 

After the series, Julia flew to Germany and joined her father for a vacation. 

In April 2019, Julia reportedly gave birth to her baby with Coco Martin at a hospital in Metro Manila.

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*The article has been updated to reflect the correct stylist.

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