This shoulder-length, blunt-cut bob is a classic cut, down to and including the hard-edged horizontal fringe. The ends are softened
slightly with a razor for texture, but the big twist is in the styling. While the majority of the style is smooth, straight and
glassy finishes, the stylist threw in a ripple – two in fact.
The wave pattern consists of two swells and a dip in between, creating a focal point that draws the eyes along the horizontal plane
at the eye and cheek levels. These elements add breadth to an otherwise longish face and help to secure an oval silhouette. The
look was most likely achieved by using a blow-out and flat-ironing to create the base smoothness, and the addition of a waving iron
to give the bends in the target areas.