6 risk-free ways to try a bob hairstyle
Not sure if you're ready to go short?
InStyle Contributor / September 26 2016
A surefire way to avoid chopper’s remorse? Try on a trim with a pin-up faux short hairstyle. To create a one-night-only bob, make your part, mist strands with texturising spray and roll up your hair, starting at the ends and pinning at the nape of your neck. For more inspiration for how to style a faux bob, copy these celebrity hairstyles.
Jaime King’s elegantly tousled wavy faux bob can help highlight your cheekbones.
Giving Old Hollywood glamour a youthful twist, Zendaya’s sweeping fringe is a sweet and playful way to try a faux bob.
If you've got fine hair, try Ciara's voluminous, thick bob with a centre part. Leave some strands around your face to soften the elegant look.
For an edgier look, go for an asymmetric faux bob and deep side part like Marion Cotillard.
Try Selena Gomez’s bouncy and glossy faux bob style if you have a similar round face shape. You can also add long earrings to elongate your face.
Don't want to go too short with your fake hair cut? Copy Amber heard and try a faux lob that combines a soft retro style at the back with a sexy tousled texture at the front.
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