This is how the jawline bob is worn...
New year, new hairstyle? Fortunately, for those who are in the mood for a change and a new look, there was a lot of beauty inspiration to be found on the runways of Prada, Chanel, and Loewe. One hairstyle has dominated the catwalks of all these labels: the jawline bob. As the English term suggests, the hair is cut off at chin level and thus brings the bob as a trend hairstyle back on the radar - and on our heads.
It's back: the bob is celebrating a brilliant comeback and exuding the perfect mix of coolness and classy chic. With the new chin-length trend hairstyle (Jawline means chin line in English) little can be done wrong - it is uncomplicated and at the same time a real eye-catcher. Because thanks to the different styling options, it suits every face shape.
On the runways of the spring/summer shows 2022 by Chanel and the Berlin label Ottolinger, for example, the hair was worn in a sleek look. Those who like things a little more playful can - as with Loewe or Prada - rely on light beach waves despite the shortcut. When it comes to the question about the pony, there is no right or wrong either. Whether without bangs, with a straight line, or with curtain bangs that play around the face - the rule is: whatever you like is allowed.
Straightener, heat protection spray, and off you go. The jawline bob sits in a few simple steps and promises a distinctive head of the character. Those who prefer it particularly smooth and shiny can use a gloss spray after styling to ensure the perfect finish. Little effort for a big effect.
But the wilder version of the Jawline Bob is also very popular in 2022. If you like it casual and playful, you can also use the straightening iron and use it to wave your hair like influencer Linda Tol or model Kaia Gerber. Alternatively, saltwater sprays give more grip and structure, as if the hair had dried in the sun after a bath in the Mediterranean Sea.