Rosie Huntington-Whiteley cuts hair into new bob

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is the latest celebrity to go for the chop and have their hair cut into a long bob. The 27-year-old's job as a model sees her sporting different hairstyles from slicked-back ponytails to loose old Hollywood curls, making for the new 'do, which barely reaches her shoulder, all the more dramatic.


Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has cut her hair into a long bob

Rosie unveiled her new look on her Instagram account, sharing some photos taken by fashion photographer Miguel Reveriego in Los Angeles. In the glamorous snaps Rosie showcases her bare-faced beauty, and has her new hair styled into tousled waves with a side parting.

It's not the first time this year that the model has chosen to switch up her hairstyle. At the start of the New Year she revealed she had a few inches chopped off her glossy locks, however she still stuck to a length that tumbled past her shoulders.

Rosie has already had an exciting few weeks in 2015, as she created her first fragrance as part of her collaboration with Marks & Spencer, with whom she has been working with since 2012. The model announced the news on her Instagram and Twitter pages, sharing official campaign imagery.

Rosie is renowned for usually long blonde locks

"So excited to share with you all, the first look, at my very first fragrance – Rosie For Autograph," she wrote.

Rosie also went on to describe her scent as "rare, vintage style flowers, it really encapsulates what this fragrance is about for me – a fresh yet mysterious scent, which feels luxurious and sexy when worn."

The Plymouth-born actress is not the only one in the family to have new exciting projects, as her little brother Toby landed his first ever modelling gig. The handsome 24-year-old, who shares his sister's famous full lips, is the new face of men's retailer Jacamo, showcasing his toned torso by wearing just a pair of shorts in the campaign shot.

Toby is signed to Models 1 and several test shots of the fitness trainer appear on their website.

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