In case you aren’t following actress LJ Reyes on Instagram, the cool mom has been dressing up in pastel and neutral tones a lot lately. Though she’s tried a lot of fashion trends over the years—she’s no stranger to red carpet events, after all—we love how the 33-year-old has finally found an effortless and put-together style formula that matches both her domestic and show biz needs.  


Her fresh choices when it comes to color are also complemented by her hairstyle: a simple blunt lob. The length and cut make her look as youthful as ever, but LJ makes sure to elevate her tresses with some simple styling tricks, too! If you think that a one-length ‘do is boring, the actress is here to prove you wrong. Below, we round up 10 simple, chic, and practical hairstyles to try as seen on LJ! 

10 Flattering Short Hairstyles to We Spotted on LJ Reyes

1. Side-Part Simple Blow-Dry

They say that a side-part can help frame your face better and make you look youthful. No wonder this is LJ’s signature hairstyle. 

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2. Middle Part Blow-Dry 

This no-brainer style looks good if blow-dried right! The middle part is quite cliché but when done with a bit of volume at the roots and curled inward (ever-so-slightly) it’s undeniably chic!

3. Side Part Low Ponytail 

If you plan to take an OOTD after you workout, a sleek hairstyle is all you need to look polished!


4. Full Bangs and Beach Waves 

Texture is always a good idea if you’re sporting a short ‘do in one length. Beach waves add some volume and dimension to your look if you have naturally straight hair like LJ!


5. Side Part with Two Clips 

LJ loves a pair of eye-catching hair barrettes! To keep things classy, she opted for a grown-up makeup look featuring a dark lip. 

6. Side Part with Curls and Hair Clips

The actress never goes overboard with hair clips to avoid looking too juvenile. Here, a subtle curl adds some interesting details to her go-to ‘do.  


7. Side Part Bangs and Simple Straight Hair

If you’re going for the au naturale look, be sure your tresses look healthy and shiny! We suggest you cop yourself a nice hair oil to achieve this look, but use it sparingly.


8. Side Part with Headband 

You don’t need to hop on the padded hairband trend if you don’t want to! A simple band in a neutral color is a pretty cute alternative if you want a sleeker look. 

9. Side Part with Simple Hair Pin 

A simple hair clip can make a statement, too. Especially if it adds a touch of gold to your look.  


10. Side Part with Tone-on-Tone Hair Clips

If you’re not one to flaunt a hair clip but would like to tuck or style your tresses in a certain way, shop for tiny clips that are the same color as your tresses! Here, LJ opts for those timeless translucent clamps to achieve this “twist and tuck” ‘do! 


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