The "Grown Out Bob" is the bob hairstyle of the hour. Here are 3 styling ideas straight off the runway!
Anyone who has ever wanted to try a trendy haircut, i.e. initially cut their hair into a chin-length bob, bob, or boy cut, but then long for smooth, shoulder-length waves, knows how annoying and time-consuming this transitional period can be. Because here and there the lengths grow back unevenly or the tips look somehow frayed and, yes, without a hairstyle. A grown-out bob can be super casual!
Anyone who wants to finally wear their formerly short hair back to shoulder length (or longer) needs both patience and good styling! For example in these three variants, copied from the runway...
The lengths grow back differently so that the contours look frayed and uneven? So what! A casual and modern styling idea of the grown-out bob could be seen at (Di)vision and Dior, where the grown-out short haircut was presented confidently and calmly as a trendy look. To do this, first, comb the hair into an accurate middle parting and then comb the lengths straight and smooth down so that the uneven tips are not concealed, but on the contrary, are even emphasized.
Tip: Help with frizzy hair and unruly flyaway strands with anti-frizz textures, smoothing cream, and/or straightening iron.
When the lengths are looking grown out and shapeless, XL bangs can draw attention away from the uneven ends and towards the eye area, transforming the grown-out bob into a casual look à la Jane Birkin.
Tip: It is best to have the bangs cut by a hairdresser! It would be ideal if the individual strands fall in and over the eyes and the fringe line does not look severe but rather like it has been cut into the hair at random. Pluck into shape with a styling fluid or some wax.
A particularly glamorous styling variant for medium-length and longer hair can be seen at the Fendi fashion show, where none other than star hairdresser Guido Palau first combed the hair of the models backstage into a middle parting, then twisted the lengths into shiny waves and finally the left and right side of the face curled into an opulent wave.
Tip: Use a tail comb or your index finger to stabilize the side waves, wrap the hair around it and then secure the wave from above with bobbi pins or a pretty hair comb. Spray the finished hairstyle all over with hairspray and fix it. Use a heat protectant before styling!