Aside from bangs, another hair trend that celebs love copping is the lob. The latest one to join the club is Marian Rivera, who went from having waist-length tresses to a collarbone-grazing style. And did we mention her hair's new color makes her look extra fresh, too?

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Here's a little before-and-after:

Ganda!

The versatile hairstyle made her tresses look thicker and voluminous, and the bronde (a mix of brunette and blonde) highlights brightened her features and complemented her mestiza complexion. But FYI, bronde can flatter all Pinay skin tones

If you want to try Marian's exact look, you can book an appointment with Celeste Tuviera of Symmetria Salon. She's done the hair of celebs like Bea Alonzo, Iza Calzado, Sarah Geronimo, and Maine Mendoza. You can also check out other celeb stylists such as Lourd Ramos and Alex Carbonnel if you want something different. It might be fun to try a luxe haircut at least once in your life!

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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

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