Bobbed hairstyles are here to stay until 2024, and if you’re thinking about the big chop, is the time to go for it. With so many famous people sporting different types of bobs it’s not hard to find hairstyles to get inspired by. But, if you’re one of the hair-less or thin-haired ladies that suffer from a absence of texture and volume you must focus on bob hairstyles that are suitable for thin hair. We have plenty of examples to share with you.
How to Choose a Bob for Your Hair Length
A general rule will be finer tresses appear more fuller when cut in shorter lengths. This is because the more powerful and thicker portion of the hair is left in place and the thinner part is taken out in shorter strands are lighter in weight to give them a greater lift. However, this doesn’t mean that long haircuts for thin hair are a complete no-no. If you’d like your locks to appear more long, consider more blunt than messy. “A solid weight line and an energizing, sharp cut will give your hair a more voluminous appearance. While you’re cutting you’re creating an illusion of volume and length,” adds Jill Crosby who worked with numerous A-listers, including Alicia Silverstone to Kylie Minogue in her commentary for Today. Here are some examples to see the different.
When looking for stylish short hairstyles, you can opt for cutting your hair below the chin with an angled front piece and put them behind the ear to create an attractive appearance.
The medium length bob is set in the front, to give more body around the face that creates a lovely appearance for fine hair.
Beautifully inverted, this length bob features shorter pieces at the back for better lift to the crown, and an abundance of waves with textures to give you a sense of movement and.
A short cut may help lighten hair, while your body is constructed by the staked hair strands at the back and sharp ends on the sides.
This chin length bob displays incredible dimensional balayage. Also, it has an extended fringe to add bulk on the front. It is great to wear straight and curly!
Bob Haircuts for Your Face Shape
“Oval face designs are the most popular for Bobs. It is possible to style anything that is blunt, short to long and is possible to do it with any hair type,” Tommy Buckett, who has styled Jackie Cruz and Elisabeth Moss according to InStyle. But what happens is the alternative if you’re not fortunate? Do you have the ability to create the look of a stacked bob when your face is round facial shape or make asymmetrical changes if the bone is the opposite of angular? In reality, you could follow common principles adding some texture or volume to visually bring balance to narrow areas of your face. Smooth any angularity by using waves and soft lines broad areas, and lengthen them by adding length or height, and divert your attention away from areas you’re unhappy with. See how this can work when done properly.
The darker roots add depth in this bob its side parts and the swooping front tresses to balance the round face.
This lob is sharp and polished striking your collar bone frame the face beautifully. The blunt tips and the smallest layers on the front are well for locks with fine hair.
A chin-length cut is what you need for a wide face. You can achieve the most beautiful of both styles through the use of textures and waves to increase volume and width.
Bangs that grow longer until the temples result in round frames that soften square shapes – this shoulder-grazing look is a perfect example.
This woman pulls off cute bobs short that appears full thanks to its bluntness.