A lob can create dramatic flair just like a bob, but stay on the safe side of longer strands. For thin or fine hair, don’t overly layer and keep a good length somewhere between your chin and shoulder. Curly haired gals, tell your stylist to give you some subtle texturizing at the ends for definition or layering for better movement.
PRO TIP: Add textured volume to your lob by spraying into dry hair, a few squirts of Back To The Beach, Texturing Mist and scrunching hair.
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If you're ready to go shorter or want a more dramatic cut, then a bob will do the trick. If you're coming into a bob with long layers, you can still shock-proof it by chopping off the longer layers and leaving the shorter ones below. You'll be able to wear the same styles as before, minus the too-big-on-top-and-thinned-out-at-the-bottom look that some heavily layered longer hair can have. For those with thicker hair who want to try a bob, go for a shaggy blunt bob. The texture and volume that result are stunning.
PRO TIP: To create multiple styles, use the Vibrastrait PRO, 1" Vibrating Flat Iron to give a smooth sleek look or to to add a little wave.
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For the truly daring and oh-so ready to take the plunge, a pixie cut is coming back in a big way. This haircut really can work for anyone, as long as you’re willing to lose the length. The key to maintaining a timeless pixie is how it frames your face. Ask your stylist to give you some soft, feminine sideburns that show off or highlight your best features. It will do wonders to play up your eyes and highlight those lovely cheekbones.
PRO TIP:For sculptured looks, use Carve, Texture Paste to create highly-textured looks with a semi-gloss sheen
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