Framed Chin and Jaw LineThis long bob features an angled fringe as its asymmetrical element. The ends of the bob are softened with a beveling technique, as are the ends of the fringe as well. Styling involves a blow-out technique with the neck and nape section being directed in a forward curve to frame the chin and jaw line.
The forward sides create a beautiful C-shape that focuses attention on the face and helps to reinforce the beatific countenance there.
This hairstyle is by far the most conservative of the looks seen in the Aura collection, but its appeal is not diminished by this fact. There is sufficient length to accomplish most traditional up-style looks and the asymmetrical fringe provides a marked focal point for the styling, whether as shown or adapted for any other occasion.
Hairstyle: Ad & Jane Peters
Styling: Jane Peters
Make-up: Mettina Jager
Photography: Govert de Roos
Hairstyles for medium hair