pixel
 You are here:  Home  ›  Hairstyles  ›  Hairstyles Collections  ›  Spring Summer 2009  › 
pixel
hairstyle Hairfindertrademark graphic
Hairstyles, Hair Care & Fashion
 
pixel
pixel pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
try on hairstyles
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
ask hair questions
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel
pixel

Curved Cutting Line Bob

previous hairstyle
← Previous
bob with a curved cutting line
View Full Size
next
Next →

It’s often amazing how simple changes in a haircut can make dramatic changes in the look and feel of the style it creates. Here we see a transition between two bold styles achieved with very simple cuts to alter the angles and lines of the look. Starting from a crisply executed bob with a curved cutting line, the sleek, asymmetrical style shifts from solid and silky to chic and choppy. The elongated corners falling forward of the style are shortened using angled cutting line that draws the perimeter back upward to angle toward the nose. This rounds the silhouette and shortens the focus of the style back to the upper portions of the face. Both styles are achieved with blow-dry styling using a flat brush, although the finishing style should be plied with a texturing product to add definition to the strands for that choppy, separated look.
 
forward falling bob Collection: Spring Summer 2009
 
Artistic Director: Franck Perez for Jean Louis David
Make-up Stéphanie Kuntz
Creative Director: Nora Bordjah
Photography: Derek Kettela
 
Related posts: Short hairstyles
 
pixel
Home        News        Updates        Hairbooks        Virtual Hairstyles        Hairstyles        Hair Q&A         Sitemap        Privacy Statement        Disclaimer
Try on different hairstyles and hair colors