#19: One-Length Combover Bob with Random Layers The below-the-chin length is flattering for most face shapes. Try a side part and tuck one side of the hair behind your ear, which will emphasize and elongate the neckline, and add a few layers to make thick hair easier to manage.
POV: You’ve just finished up your client’s fresh bob haircut and you are checking it in the mirror and then you see it: The dreaded bell shape. So you try and fix it and you find yourself going shorter and shorter. This is a common problem that we have all run in to at some point. So we asked bob experts Chris Jones, Carolynn Judd, Kara Williams, and Matt Swinney for their tips and tricks to avoid running in to this issue.
#11: Layered French Bob Trendy and chic, the French bob sees its comeback again, and for a good reason, too. It satisfies your desire for a fresh cut, saves on your blow-drying and styling time, and, most importantly, creates a voguish look.