How do you call a hairstyle that is somewhere between trend and Nick Carter in the 90s? Definitely being cool. The boyish bob - imagine the interface between cheekbone-length hair and the typical boyband center parting from times gone by - is the masculine-inspired approach to a trendy hairstyle that is currently indispensable anyway.
The bob is one of those haircuts that you should definitely try. So maybe spring 2021 is exactly the right moment for the trend comeback of boyband hair and literally opens the curtain for the boyish bob.
Visually, the Boyish Bob is pretty much based on the trend hairstyle that Backstreet Boys star Nick Carter or actor Brad Pitt relied on a good twenty years ago: the top hair is cut back in stages at the level of the cheekbones, the neck is optionally shaved. The central parting, which divides the boyish bob evenly on two sides, is decisive for the look of the trend hairstyle - this ensures the unmistakably masculine influence that looks so cool in spring 2021.
The boyish bob, straight hair, and distinctive facial features are particularly advantageous - this is how the trend hairstyle looks most stylish and requires the least amount of styling effort. Namely none at all. But the bob can also be exactly the right cut for an elongated face: Here you should work with a stepped variant that extends down to the neck - and is only cut in the form of a pony at cheekbone level.
The styling of the boyish bob is limited to a casual swirl of the trendy hairstyle. If you have gotten out of practice over the years, you can use these instructions as a guide: You slide your spread hand over your forehead under the top hair, tilt your head slightly forward - and fluff. The move, which was so cool at the time, is rounded off by a casual stroking movement of the hair in both directions of the face.
Otherwise, this trend hairstyle doesn't ask for much: a fresh hair wash (absolutely with conditioner!) Ensures the ultra-soft look, a volume spray can sometimes help that the boyish bob looks more puffed up - and therefore even cooler. Tip: For the ultimate boy band feeling, be sure to turn up the Backstreet Boys at full volume when you first stylize after visiting the hairdresser. Backstreets hair‘s back alright - or what was that like?