Different styles for Bob haircuts
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We all go through that contradictory phase with our hair where we’re craving a new look, but aren’t ready to take the full plunge with a big chop. If you have a bob, this situation is especially frustrating because it seems like cutting a daring pixie or buying a set of expensive extensions are the only options to get out of your rut. Thankfully, there are some amazingly versatile ways of how to style a bob that can bring a little change into your life — without a huge commitment.
To help you figure out how to style a chin-length bob, we pulled together 7 options for you to choose from.
2. Fake Bangs With a Bobby Pin
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. The bobby pin is completely underrated. Fake fringe without actually cutting them by parting your hair on the side and pulling the hair over your forehead and then pinning it back with a bobby pink or a dressy barrette. The pins will also double up as a cute hair accessory.
4. A Middle Part
You might not believe it, but changing your hair part alone can make it appear like you got a new cut. As hair flips into different directions, it creates the illusion of layers, angles, and volume. Go for a modern middle part with a chin-length bob with piece-y texture at the ends.
6. Voluminous Waves
You’ll be glad you didn’t get rid of your hot rollers. Part your hair on the side and set your hair in 1 ½- inch rollers while you finish getting ready in the morning. They’ll need to stay in for at least a half hour, so make sure to plan your time accordingly. When you take them out, keep the style in place with a flexible and long-holding hair spray like Living Proof’s Flex Shaping Hairspray. We love the idea of wearing an ear cuff or dramatic dangly earrings on the side opposite your hair part.