The Fringed bob is that bob cut with bangs that are all the rage in spring. The style is fresh, relaxed, in tune with the season.
The square cut? Monotone? It is certainly one of the most versatile lengths in existence, proof of this with its multiple variations. The French bob, the Outgrown bob, the A-line bob… All these squares have their subtleties and an associated name to make them stand out.
Today, another bob that's making a splash this season is highlighted: the Fringed bob. It is the pure alliance of two particular styles: the bob cut and the fringe. When one gracefully bares the collarbones, the other tickles the eyebrows to emphasize the look. The length ends at the jawline, while the bangs can be mini or draped in a curtain. Enough to frame the face in a delicate and sexy way.
Forgotten the towering length and the shapeless cut. The Fringed bob has the effect of a real spring cleaning. The head is relieved of the weight of the hair mass and it is a wind of freedom that blows through our hair. This square perfectly embodies the arrival of sunny days.
On the styling side, brushing adapts to the nature of the hair: from the smoothest to the waviest or to the most textured curls. The allure is sometimes romantic, sometimes "on fleek".
The square cut remains a timeless style. It’s all the popular votes and was even the most requested haircut of 2020. Some bob haircuts have power and are steeped in history. Personalities are eternally associated with their bob, like Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of US Vogue, who has worn the same hairstyle for decades. The Polical bob, for example, is a singular bob cut worn by female politicians.
To understand the impact of a hairstyle, Marianne LaFrance, professor of psychology at Yale University explains: “Within seconds of dating, people start to get a first impression of what kind of person you are and what kind of person you are. it's not your face giving them clues, but your haircut."