In 1920 Louise Brooks knew how to highlight her cheekbones with a face framing short bob that still is worn nearly 100 years after she nailed this shape.
Easy to maintain after you’ve left the salon and easy to let it grow to a lob or longer. To keep it bobbed you will need to visit your hairdresser every 5 – 8 weeks, depending on how your hair grows. If your hair is thick you will need to ask your hairdresser to texturise the ends to create a modern twist. If your hair is fine, long layers and a long swept fringe always creates the illusion of fullness.
Solid colours either blondes or chocolates work best or baby fine highlights for a slight dimension to create interest.
Shorter lengths at the back are great for Winter to wrap scarfs and push up collars around your neck, this creates a nice silhouette.
Keeping the front longer for softness and on an angle from the back is a playful version of this shape especially when one side is tucked behind the ear.