Beauty Hair Hairstyles Medium Length Hair 25 Asymmetrical Lobs for Any Face Shape By Caroline Shannon Karasik Caroline Shannon Karasik Instagram Twitter Caroline Shannon Karasik is an instructor at Catapult and an MFA candidate in Antioch University's creative writing program. Her work has appeared in InStyle, The Cut, Narratively, Catapult, Vice, Women's Health, among others and she is currently at work on a memoir. She lives in Pittsburgh with her husband, daughter, and five adopted cats. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on April 5, 2019 @ 12:43PM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/Getty Images There's no denying that the long bob — otherwise known as the lob — is having its moment. Because, let's face it, it's basically the perfect mashup of two of the most classic hairstyles of all time. The asymmetrical lob, though, takes it to a whole other level. Shorter in the back than in the front, the asymmetrical lob adds an edgy vibe to an already ultra-cool look. Another bonus? Like its lob sister, the asymmetrical lob works on anyone, no matter your face shape. Want to see which version will work best for you? Check out these asymmetrical lobs for any face shape and take your top choice to your next salon appointment. VIDEO: Julia Roberts Just Cut Her Long Hair Into an Asymmetrical Lob 01 of 25 Priyanka Chopra Steve Granitz/Getty Images Beachy waves add texture to a shoulder-skimming lob. 02 of 25 Taylor Schilling Bryan Bedder/Getty Images The Orange Is the New Black actress wears her platinum blonde lob with a deep part and dark roots. 03 of 25 Margot Robbie Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Getty Images The Mary Queen of Scots actress adds loose waves to her blunt asymmetrical lob. 04 of 25 Kim Kardashian West Jason LaVeris/Getty Images Kim Kardashian's asymmetrical lob calls for a smooth finish and blunt ends. 05 of 25 Rose Byrne D Dipasupil/Getty Images Add dimension to your lob with balayage coloring. Then, pair the hair color with ripple waves just like Rose Byrne. 06 of 25 Julia Roberts Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/Getty Images The Homecoming actress debuted a perfect-for-summer look last month and it's one you're bound to see throughout the season. 07 of 25 Kerry Washington Vivien Killilea/Getty Images A deep side-part that swoops just near the eye adds drama to the Scandal actress' asymmetrical lob. 08 of 25 Rachel McAdams Steve Granitz/Getty Images Does it get any easier than Rachel McAdams's part-and-go asymmetrical lob? 09 of 25 Lucy Hale Steve Granitz/Getty Images Copper highlights add a pop of color to Lucy Hale's brunette lob. 10 of 25 Charlize Theron Steve Granitz/Getty Images Because the big screen wasn't enough, Charlize Theron also proved she reigns supreme when it comes to the asymmetrical lob. 11 of 25 Mila Kunis Gregg DeGuire/Getty Images Mila Kunis likes to change it up, even giving the blunt bangs look a shot. But this lob is a win, whether you wear it down with loose waves or throw it up in a ponytail. 12 of 25 Selena Gomez Jeff Kravitz/AMA2017/Getty Images Dark roots add a cool contrast to Selena Gomez's blonde asymmetrical lob. 13 of 25 Zendaya C Flanigan/Getty Images Why not add eye-grazing bangs to your asymmetrical lob like Zendaya? 14 of 25 Jennifer Lawrence Barcroft Media/Getty Images Take your asymmetrical lob up a notch with a dramatic color, like Jennifer Lawrence's platinum blonde look. 15 of 25 Rihanna Mike Marsland/Getty Images Sleek and parted down the middle, Rihanna's lob is as classic as it gets. 16 of 25 Ashley Olsen Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images Ashley Olsen's bedhead-like, undone waves switch up the nature of her golden blonde lob. 17 of 25 Kate Mara Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images Kate Mara's cut draws even more attention to her gorgeous strawberry blonde hair color. 18 of 25 Emma Stone Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images Tuck one side of your hair behind your ear to totally transform your lob. Look to Emma Stone for inspo. 19 of 25 Kiernan Shipka Santiago Felipe/Getty Images Kiernan Shipka's easy waves and hair flip are what makes this lob a total beauty win. 20 of 25 Nina Dobrev Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/Getty Images Try pinning your asymmetrical lob to one side using bobby pins or a clip like Nina Dobrev. 21 of 25 Lauren Conrad Gregg DeGuire/Getty Images Wrap hair around the barrel of a curling iron for loose waves like Lauren Conrad's. 22 of 25 Gal Gadot Emma McIntyre/Getty Images The actress traded her long, wavy Wonder Woman hair for this stylish asymmetrical lob. 23 of 25 Dua Lipa Dave J Hogan/Getty Images Dua Lipa has proved she can rock an asymmetrical haircut at any length. 24 of 25 Saoirse Ronan Theo Wargo/Getty Images The Mary Queen of Scots actress has played with all different lengths of short hair, but blunt ends with a slightly angled haircut seem to make up one of her go-to looks. 25 of 25 Taraji P. Henson Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Taraji P. Henson's asymmetrical lob was styled straight with an ultra-precise deep side-part.