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LOOK: Liza Soberano bares stylish short hair

/ 12:38 PM July 05, 2020

Liza Soberano has stunned with a style change after getting a few inches chopped from her hair.

The actress revealed the look on Instagram yesterday, July 4. Soberano now sports a wavy light brown bob just below her chin.

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“Really feeling my new healthy hair,” she said, thanking Korean favorite Zero One Story Salon in Taguig for the makeover.

Zero One Story Salon first bared Soberano’s bob styled with flipped ends last Friday, July 3 via Instagram.

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The salon also shared a picture of Soberano’s boyfriend, Enrique Gil, with a fresh cut on Friday.

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It seems Soberano last updated her look before the enhanced community quarantine took effect. The salon posted a picture of Soberano with bangs and layered hair past her shoulders on March 14.

Soberano previously sported curly hair for her teleserye “Make It with You”with Gil. However, the show was axed in June even as the series had not filmed an ending.

The actress cited that fear of the coronavirus and “many other factors” were behind the cancellation. The show was a production of embattled media giant ABS-CBN which was shut down by the government in May. JB

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