OMG! Lisa Rinna Traded in Her Signature Bob for Long Hair and We Can’t Even

OMG! Lisa Rinna Traded in Her Signature Bob for Long Hair and We Can’t Even

The RHOBH cast member debuted a shocking new hairstyle on WWHL

By Chantel Morel
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Lisa Rinna’s signature choppy bob has become iconic in the Real Housewives sphere, but it looks like The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast mate was ready for a change. We know — gasp!

On Tuesday night, the 54-year-old Beverly Hills beauty appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen looking almost unrecognizable, wearing long tresses that fell past her shoulders. Prepare to see Lisa like you’ve never seen her before, at least not in decades.


The fierce transformation comes at the hands of hair wizard and Real Housewife-beloved celebrity hairstylist, Julius Michael. Michael shared his work on Instagram, dubbing Lisa’s look as "femme fatale." In another post, Michael also shared a BTS video of the process. To create Lisa’s look, Michael used Hidden Crown clip-in extensions rather than a full wig.

This isn’t the first time this duo has teamed up for a shocking hair twist. Michael has given Lisa dramatically different looks in the past, including a sleek and straight side-part and a voluminous pulled-back style. You may also recognize Michael as the mastermind behind Tamra Judge and Peggy Sulahian’s shocking 2017 hair makeovers, as well.

Soon after her WWHL visit, Lisa went back to her iconic ‘do, proving that there isn't any look this model mama can’t own.

Photo Credit: BlayzenPhotos/BACKGRID

Watch the video above to see long-haired Lisa in action.

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