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Hairstyles will come and go, but the bob is forever. Figuring out how to nail the look on your own strands isn’t so straightforward though, since there is an endless combination of hair types and textures. The good news? There’s a bob cut for everyone, including those with fine hair.
If you are considering the chop and you would describe your hair as fine — aka smaller, thinner strands with a smoother texture — there are some best practices and certain bob styles to keep in mind. First off, begin with the basics: Tell your stylist how much time and styling effort you’re willing to put into your mane on a daily basis. And, a general rule of thumb for the fine-haired is to ask for layering. Not only will this help add texture and dimension, but it will also make the hair appear more full and voluminous.
Now for the main event: the three best bob hairstyles for fine hair:
The blunt bob is the default setting of the hairstyle. This style instantly gives someone a high-fashion look, and it is recommended for those with fine hair because the blunt cut gives hair a fuller appearance. If you want a touch of dimension, you can add layers throughout the bob for texture and movement to the hair.
Going blunt is also an ideal haircut for someone looking to accentuate their facial features since it draws attention to the jaw.
If you’re looking for major volume, the textured layered lob is the move. The layers add automatic volume to the hair without weighing it down. A special perk to this cut is it removes excess weight from your hair, and it’ll keep your strands buoyant and full of movement with minimal effort.
The textured lob is also one of the more versatile options for fine hair types. It can be blown out to look perfectly smooth and polished, or it can be curled to give you just the right amount of volume and movement.
An asymmetrical bob is, as the name implies, a bob that is different lengths on the two sides of the head. For finer strands, this will help make parts of the hair look more textured and full depending on where they want the focus of the cut and part to be. With this style, you can amp up the look with a deep part having most of your hair pulled to one side gives a more dense and full appearance. The asymmetry also creates angularity, which can be flattering for many face shapes.
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