A square to wear with a fringe close to the eyelashes and asymmetrical lengths to lighten the cut on the sides. And above all, do not straighten the lengths to keep a little trendy blur side
A perfect cut for straight hair, but you can also do "baguette" lengths with a straightener to achieve this result
On a middle parting, leave the lengths blurry, wavy (or wavy them with a conical iron), and wear with a trendy tye and dye coloring.
After having drawn a side parting, we inflate the wick opposite during drying with a large round brush and we let the ends fall naturally to the side.
Here, we play on the opposition of a line smoothed with an iron and voluntarily wavy lengths.
Perfect on a small head, this square parted bob slightly tapered with ultra smooth lengths.
From a side parting, we place one side behind the ear and we give a nice wave to the curling iron at the opposite strand - to let fall naturally on the eye.
We start by brushing the lengths with a round brush of medium size and we give maximum volume to the entire hairstyle by tracing, with a comb, and once the hair is dry, a zigzag parting.
Here, the middle line highlights the gradient of the coloring. With an embossing iron, make the waves of your choice, in symmetrical bands for more originality. Use a fixing spray only on the roots to bring a nice contrast to the whole.
Here, we advise you to backcomb only the top of the head, in order to let the volume blend into the nape of the neck. The lengths are deliberately crumpled for a very natural wavy effect.
After a flexible drying, we create beautiful waves with a conical iron, type curling iron and we let the lengths fall naturally. You can accentuate the shine by finishing with a glossy spray.
On a dense black color, we have fun creating a nice contrast of materials between a smooth fringe, close to the eyelashes, and lengths crumpled with the finger.
A straight square slightly degraded and tapered on the tips to bring irregularity and naturalness to the whole.
A smooth styling is done with a flat brush and a heat-protective spray, all finished with the mini cordless straightener from Atelier Intermède to highlight the perfect line of the cut.
After applying a gel, we give, with the comb, a notched wave on the forehead to give a result that is both modern and retro.
Ideal for highlighting fine hair, this mid-length bob with a middle parting. If your hair is soft, use a straightener and you will achieve chopstick lengths in minutes.
Surely the easiest to do. You just have to comb the lengths from front to back with a gel. Here, the Gel Glue Fabio Salsa.
To pimp up a mid-length bob, crumple the lengths with a texturizing spray, which will give the hair maximum body and interesting blurred lengths.