Bob hairstyles are among the most popular haircuts. At the forefront, this year is the casual shaggy bob with a retro flair! Here you can find out what the cool trend hairstyle can do and who it suits.
Who wants to always have the same look? So how about trying out a new bob hairstyle? Mullet cuts and shag cuts are currently more popular than ever. No wonder the hairstyle trend is also spreading among bob cuts. The "Shaggy Bob" is currently conquering hairdressing salons. We'll tell you how you can quickly conjure up a "shaggy bob" from a classic bob!
"Shaggy" means something like "shaggy" in German and that's what the bob looks like. Compared to the classic, well-behaved bob, the "shaggy bob" is a really wild haircut that takes the shag from the 70s as a retro model. Short layers are distributed throughout the main hair. The differences in length between the individual stages are enormous. This creates a lot of volumes!
The great thing about it: With special hair types, the "Shaggy Bob" can simply be tousled and styled. Women with very thin hair find it a bit more difficult to style the wild look.
A pony goes perfectly with the fringed shaggy bob. Whether a short mini fringe or a layered, long fringe - you are spoiled for choice. If you have a long fringe cut into a shaggy bob, you should make sure that it is also cut a little fringed and thus adapts to the rest of your hair. So it fits perfectly into the shaggy bob. Trendy curtain bangs go perfectly with the retro look of the shaggy bob and frame your face perfectly. A short micro fringe, on the other hand, gives the hairstyle a touch of edginess.
The shaggy bob suits every woman! Whether you have a long or a round face - the bob is an all-round talent that showcases every face shape. However, it is more difficult to style the bob correctly for different hair types. The casual bob gives thin hair more volume, while it thins out thick hair and takes away the heaviness.
Structured hair with natural movement in the hair goes perfectly with the shaggy bob - great styling is no longer necessary to create a natural wild look. Thin, straight hair, on the other hand, takes a little more time to create the typical messy flair. By the way, if you have real curls, the bob is the perfect cut for teasing out the magnificent curls. A pony should not be missing from the curly shaggy bob. The many layers emphasize your hair all the more.
In order for the look to look as fringed as it should, the bob has to be given a few layers. In addition, you twist the strands on a straightening iron or a curling iron to conjure up light waves in the hair. To fix the waves, it is best to use a mousse. This creates the typical, wild look that characterizes the shaggy bob and is also used in the trendy "wolf cut" hairstyle.
Incidentally, everything does not have to be perfect here, quite the opposite. This bob hairstyle lives from its undone look. Therefore, brush out the waves once to make them look less accurate. Instead of mousse, you can also use a texturizing spray that gives your hair more grip and volume. This styling tip is especially useful for fine hair that needs more structure.
If you have a slight natural wave, you can simply use a styling product, such as Sea Salt Spray, to tease out and additionally emphasize the natural hair structure.