There are many reasons to love the classic bob hairstyle. There is, for example, the practical length, which takes significantly less styling time than long hair - and feels wonderfully light. Or the modern look that the short haircut gives. In addition, the hairstyle is wonderfully multi-faceted and reinvents itself from season to season, which is why it really never gets boring around the bob. But which bob hairstyles do you have to know as a trend in spring 2021? We explain how to wear the bob in a contemporary way and which looks, on the other hand, are totally out.
Short, shorter, ultra-short bob! As the name of the new trend hairstyle already suggests, the bob will be worn shorter again in 2021. In other words, the tips reach at most to the chin. This trend bob looks particularly cool, giving it a slightly androgynous and ultra-modern look, by the way, with straight or slightly textured hair and a classic middle parting. The medium-length long bob, on the other hand, is taking a back seat this season - we just want to show more courage and dare to make a real change of type.
Also very trendy in spring 2021? The Invisible Layers Bob. This is characterized by long, soft steps that nestle almost invisibly against the head and give the trend hairstyle texture and volume. The look is a great choice, especially for fine hair, because the layered haircut automatically makes it look fuller. On the other hand, very accurate, round-cut bobs are less contemporary, because they just look too much like a helmet hairstyle. The Invisible Layers Bob is a much more relaxed alternative here. Extra tip: The trendy bob comes into its own with soft waves.
French women inspire us this spring not only with their unique sense of style but also with regard to hairstyling! The French girl bob is now one of the season's top trends. This hairstyle features chin-length, effortless out-of-bed styling, and long bangs that casually fall over the forehead. The angled bob - which is cut short in the neck and is strongly tapered towards the front - is totally out, because we want relaxed naturalness and less geometry in spring.