Whether shaggy at the back, cropped right at the jawline, or glossy as a mirror, bob has time and again proven to be a universally flattering Bob Hairstyles. And though the front view of the bob totally epitomizes this ubiquitous style, the back view of the bob is equally trendy.
Hats off to Two Days, One Night actress, Marion Cottilard, for demonstrating exactly how to rock asymmetrical bob gracefully. After her debut at the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, actress Marion Cottilard, with her light blonde, bob almost had us reaching for the scissors. With a smooth texture and uneven lengths, Marion’s thick hair is chic and funky.
Recording artist Nicki Minaj’s bouncy, round bob is back, and while we love her with Bob Hairstyles, we’ve definitely missed her bob falling about an inch past her ears. We’re blinded by the glossy shine — and by her chunky, blunt bangs that accentuate her eyes.
She looked hot in the gray hair, sexy in purple, cute in a long bob, but actress Nicole Richie looks formidably chic with the retro faux bob. Begin by creating finger waves to your hair with a curling wand. Now, pull up the top section of your hair, twist it and tuck it underneath your long hair to make it appear shorter. Once done, secure it with a bobby pin to the scalp and you’re good to go.
Effortlessly chic, universally flattering and uber-cool – Queen Letizia of Spain has everything stunning going on in this single picture! Our favorite of the lot, the length of Letizia’s sleek, medium locks is perfect for women who don’t want to sacrifice their long hair.
At the 64th Annual Cannes Film Festival, fashionista Alexa Chung proved that adding just a little amount of waves to your mid-length bob is enough to dress up the entire look. To get Alexa’s signature waves, apply a dime-size of volumizing mousse to add volume and scrunch your Bob Hairstyles to create that subtle wavy look.