Asymmetrical hairstyles aren’t for the faint of heart. Asymmetrical bobs are unique and captivating hairstyles that are made to draw attention for all the good reasons. Be sure that you’re willing to change your hairstyle before asking for your stylist to trim your hair in an asymmetrical cut, since there’s no stopping with the different styles you can choose. However, some Asymmetrical bobs are ideal for people who have slight asymmetry, as they help bring your face into balance.
#1: Bob and A Half
This asymmetrical look is a variation on the traditional jaw length bob style. One side of the bob is a longer length, and then tying it with a fringe on the side helps to create an updated style.
#2 Heavy Fringe from the Crown
The thick fringe is made up of hair that runs from the top part of the scalp. The symmetry of this hairstyle flatters women with high, strong cheekbones.
#3: Tapered Short Bob
The tapered bob is extremely cool modern take on the 60’s look. This cut’s upper part is cut to create a soft but shaggy appearance.
#4: Extreme Asymmetrical Cut
The cut is more long on the one hand than in the opposite. The stylist has also made the hair longer at the front than in the back.
#5: Straight hair that has a an elongated fringe
A side fringe that is sweeping creates an asymmetrical look without going overboard. This type of style is easy to maintain since all you have to do is sweep your fringe across the other side and then another.
#6: Style Asymmetrical Using Volume
You can make lots of volume to your hair by combing your hair out from your roots. Hair is combed at the roots and then pull as many hairs as you like over from one direction to the next.
7. Extreme Side Fringe with Curls
A slender side fringe that has large, soft curls is a striking appearance. Make sure you sweep your hair into one side, and then pair it with a eyes that are firmly set for an outstanding appearance.
#8: Tousled Locks
Tousled waves are a great casual style that can be worn even when you’re on the move. For loose waves similar to the ones above, you need to comb curling product throughout your hair while you blow dry it. Move your fingers gently through your hair to create the look of a tousled.
#9: Shaggy Sleepover
A shaggy sweeping-over is a ideal option for those who want some “just just woken up” hairstyle or “haven’t attempted to make it hard” hair. It’s also great if only need asymmetry for a brief period of time.
#10: Fine curls
If your hair isn’t natural curly, it is possible to get this style using the help of a curling iron. If you curl large portions of your hair, you can break them up into smaller sections prior to applying setting spray. Be cautious not to break your curls repeatedly otherwise you’ll lose the curls.
#11 Side Pony Tail Sweeping Fringe
Side ponytails have been popular for years. You can give your ponytail a fresh look by pairing it with a long, Asymmetrical fringe.
#12: The Blues
A midnight blue hue is an eye-catching option for asymmetrical bobs. Combine the color with a dramatic fringe for a striking Emo style.
#13: Curly Bob
Utilize a curling iron create loose curls in your hair, if it’s not your usual fashion. A side fringe is a great way to make your eyes stand out and cheekbones.
#14: A Short, Tousled, Curly Hair with light waves
Light waves are a great option for those with long hair. If you cut it into a bob, the tousled waves can help create a nice texture.
#15: Very Short Bob
Short bobs such as this are simple to maintain. Keep your hair cropped over the ears, and then cut into an uniform fringe.
#16: Bouffant Bob
The style of the sixties is updated with Asymmetrical twist. Bouffant hairstyles are designed to create volume close to the top of the head.
#17: Heavy Straight Bob
If you have hair with more volume and a longer bob, a more hefty one is the best option. Make use of a ceramic straightener to be sure you don’t have an unnatural hair.
#18″Show your roots
Leave your hair’s roots and the underneath part of the hair to remain their natural colors. The upper layer of your hair such that they appear to be a lighter shade. Then, swathe your hair in an asymmetrical fashion to ensure that both shades of your hair are clearly visible.
#19: Voluminous Short Bob
Give your hair a volume at the crown by blow dry your hair upside down. You can sweep your hair with the same direction that your fringe to create the illusion of more volume.
#20 Diagonal Remaining Parting With Highlights
Highlights and low light create the appearance of thickness and volume in thin hair. A diagonally parted hairstyle is a great option if your roots are beginning to show. This design makes your roots an element.
#21: Flyaway Waves
The soft and beautiful waves create a an elegant feminine look that attracts the attention towards your lips. The hairstyle you choose to style in asymmetrical style gives you an interesting style.
#22: One Sided Bob
Make sure to use a extreme side parting to create a single-sided haircut. The way you do it is to sweep your hair around like this allows you to alter your hairstyle again by shifting the direction of your parting.
#23: Bob with Bangs
Cut your hair in a way that it’s length is in the front, but shorter in the back. This frame will enhance your face. Cut long, hefty bangs through your hair, bringing the eye’s attention.
#24: Red Streak
You can be a bit rebellious by adding a tinge of color on your hair. Red is an intense and fiery color that is suitable for any skin tone. It’s a fantastic contrast with darker hair.
#25: Long Bob
Long bobs (or “lob) can be an excellent choice for those who’s hair is beginning to lengthen a bit. It’s also a great choice for hair that is in between a short and a long one.
#26: Choppy Bangs
Choppy bangs offer a more drastic look than the straight bangs. They can draw the eye’s attention while also creating a lovely softness.
#27: Copper Tones
Apply copper highlights to dark brown or black hair to give it more texture and depth. Combine highlights with a cut that is choppy for the perfect appearance.
#28: Straight Long Bob
Straighten your hair using ceramic straightening irons for your hair a sleek and sleek appearance. You can sweep your hair between one end and the next to give yourself a symmetrical hairstyle.
#29: Wispy Bangs
Create wispy, wavy hairstyles in your hair. They draw the eye of others however, your hair won’t look excessively heavy or harsh. This style is a good option if you have thin hair.