I recently had a reader email me who in the past couple of years has had long hair, a pixie, shoulder length hair with bangs and was once again ready for a change. It was so interesting to see how her face shape changed slightly with every different look. Sometimes I think that when people have had a lot of different haircuts I lean more towards something more classic and I felt like she would look great with a bob.
images: 1) Jodie Kidd by Friedemann Hauss for Elle Germany, August 1995 via malicious glamour 2) Catherine Mcneil by Craig Arend for Ford ModelsI love the bobs in the photos above because even though they don't have bangs or a lot of layering, they don't look like a classic perfectly blunt bob either. You can achieve that look by getting your bob cut with a razor or texturizing it with scissors (just make sure your hairdresser doesn't go overboard). The texturizing allows the bob to be worn with a side part, natural part or middle part which is great for someone who gets bored easily. You can also pin the back up to create a fake shorter cut for a day. It's a similar technique as the bob for a day tutorial but I may have to do another tutorial for this look as well.
p.s. both of those maxi dresses please?
graphics designed by becca clason