This bob cut is a perfect fit for those who want a cropped cut without sacrificing too many lengths. The Outgrown bob is emulating this season.
Long hair? Short hair? The Outgrown bob is a bob cut that sits right in between. This is a good compromise to display a cropped fit while maintaining a certain length. The style unfolds in a square that sweeps across the shoulders. The cut is versatile and versatile as the hair intentionally retains length to be tied up. Low bun, ponytail, small braids... The hairstyles are multiple and are not hampered by any constraint.
The Outgrown bob is a kind of transitional cut that keeps hair long, says Glamor. Those who want to go from long hair to cropped hair can go for this style. The idea is to stick with that length, get used to it before switching to a shorter cut. So the change is real without being too drastic. If it works in the "long/short" direction, the Outgrown bob is also ideal in the "short/long" direction. For this, it is advisable to proceed to a subtle coloring. Indeed, as the hair begins to grow back, adding a few highlights will create an illusion that helps in the transition stage. The hair is then adorned with a certain softness which helps to camouflage the "heavy" areas left by the old cut, explains a hairdresser to Byrdie.
The French bob and the Invisible layers are the two easiest hairstyles to maintain according to a hairdresser. The first is a clean square cut, the second is a sort of invisible gradient that subtly thinens the hair mass. “These two styles offer the possibility of beautifully repelling,” explains the pro, as the scissors are strategically placed.
Because they are located above the head, the Invisible layers are "disconnected from the length, which adds a soft layer that blends in perfectly with the rest of the hair."
The French bob is a bob that gives hair time to grow back cleanly while remaining trendy. In order for a haircut to grow back easily, bangs should also be avoided. They require regular maintenance.