Find the one that suits the occasion and your unique sense of style.

Elegant Bob: At night, opt for simple elegance by sweeping hair completely off the face. Use a blower and large round brush, lifting the top up from the root for volume and styling the rest ruler-straight. Hair is cut with precision so ends bend under with ease. Mist with a light-hold glossifying hairspray to add hold and polish

Edgy Bob: The lob (longer bob) is turning up everywhere, and this version has an asymmetrical element plus angled sides that create lift and movement. Glossy cherry color adds an edgy touch to the look which is blown-out to smoothness with blower and large round brush

Hipster Bob: Flared, angled ends and cool burgundy color make a flapper girl bob take on hipster flair. Since spotlighting your best features is what any great cut is all about, this one boasts blunt, eye-enhancing bangs and heavy notches on the sides that direct attention to the cheekbones and a pretty pout

Ladylike Bob: To add softness to the classic bob's blunt lines, ends are under layered for swing and bangs are taken from mid-crown so they're super-full. Then, instead of cutting them straight across, they're snipped at a slight curve. Blow hair out with a plump round brush and mist with shine spray.

Bombshell Bob: Pump up the volume by having hair cut into long layers—this bob works best if your locks are thick. Hair is angled in front to create full, over-the-face fringe. To style, apply a volumizing mousse and blow-out with a round brush, rolling the perimeter under, then piece through ends with pormade for separation

Low-key Bob: For a clean, simple yet striking look, a jaw-length bob is styled to lie close to the head, with just a touch of lift positioned through the bangs. Use a sculpting product to ensure smoothness, shine and hold. The crimson-on-brunette color is the icing on the cake!

Sultry Bob: You'll look red-hot when you try this bob on for size! The jaw-length snip features longer points in front and it takes on a super-sultry feel when styled from a horizontal part at the far back. Bring it forward at an angle with a round brush to show off its amazing color and shine

Dramatic Bob: A deep center part gets this bob started—without fringe, it creates a striking v-shape at the forhead. Ends are shattered at an inch or two below chin level and are styled for flare using a blower and paddle brush. Double the shine and movement by finishing the look with flat-ironing

 

Jennifer-Short
By Jennifer-Short 09/19/2016 09:38:00

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