If you want to instantly spice up your long bob, use textured ends. This style will revitalize your hair. Textured ends offer weight and movement to thin hair, which is the best part.
They give hair volume and bounce like no other. Curling tongs and loose beach waves can give your lob a gorgeous, playful look. Warm brown highlights can make them look natural and faultless.
This must be classy. A-line gradual cuts on one side are bold. The rounded ends soften the look. If you have thinner hair, pin-straight ends will make you rock the party like never before.
Instead of stressing over lob shaping, try this charming disheveled long bob. You can go all out with highlighting, but we like brown colors for their natural enchantment.
The straight lob with bangs is a simple haircut for thin hair. The sleek, short bangs won't flatten your hair. You can add golden highlights and colour your hair blonde to make it textured and airy.
If you like this disheveled appearance, ask your hairstylist to add layers at your next session. The feathery layers give your hair natural volume and movement. This style suits fine hair.
They're elegant, comfortable, and easy to maintain. A middle-parted lob suits medium-thick hair. You can contour your face and add delicate highlights with harsh, choppy ends.
From Emma Watson to Katy Perry, celebrities love fringe. They offer your face a youthful look and require little upkeep. Therefore, the hairdo has to be generally approved for these reasons.
Straight, shoulder-grazing blonde hair is the most popular and desirable style. Elegant and refined. We see no reason to prevent you from getting it.
Want to try something commercial? Create tight waves on your lob with your styling tools and you're done. Apply hair serum for more shine, and voilà!
Textured lobs with middle-parted curtain bangs are universally flattering. It fits all hair and face types. If you have a small forehead, choose this style.