The Korean bob is both basic and appealing. To enhance characteristics, the front layers frame your face. The jagged, razored ends provide texture to this sleek, straight bob.
A classic bob with a spicy twist. On one side, the hair is angled and longer. It defines the jawline and tilts the face.
From crown to nape, this vibrant orange shag adds depth with small and lengthy layers. The face is framed by front bangs and side layers. This hairstyle flatters oblong features.
Rather than a sharp haircut, this layered bob adds depth and character with no effort. Layered bobs complement oval and oblong faces because the silky layers draw attention to their features.
The classic bob is both attractive and simple. To liven things up, color your hair pink and add blunt bangs. People with round faces should avoid strong bangs.
Half-updos look best on medium-length hair. Simply tie back half of your hair with a clip, rubber band, or attractive ribbon and let the front bangs fall on both sides.
Caramel touches draw attention to your layers and provide warmth. Caramel highlights, which lighten the face, look beautiful on dark brown and black hair.
Do you like a simple, low-maintenance hairstyle? Prepare a bowl. A simple wash and dry will suffice. You may wear it backwards to hide your brow. Tease back hair to add volume.
This hairstyle is appropriate for casual occasions. Simply place your hair in a low ponytail and secure it with an elastic band or scrunchy. Brush your bangs to the side to frame your face.
Your hair may be kept short and textured with cool layered pixie cuts. This low-maintenance hairstyle is ideal for folks who are often on the go, although it does need trimming every 1-2 months.