Blunt, Chin-Length Bob
The Cut: Blunt, Chin-Length Bob
Celebrity Inspiration: Kerry Washington
Description: Ask your stylist for a "chin-length bob cut bluntly," says Maciques. It's important to specify that you want blunt ends, which will "accentuate the crisp, graphic line," he adds. "Also ask your stylist to utilize your natural part to enable the geometry of the cut."
Style It: Start by applying a straightening product on damp hair before blow-drying, advises Maciques. "When drying, use a large brush, as this will cut time and make hair as straight as possible. Follow up with a protective, thermal spray on sections of hair and flat iron to seal the cuticle flat and create shine."
Who It Works For: "This look is best for very fine, straight hair, which will help support the geometry of the look. The bluntness of the cut also helps create an illusion of thickness along the bottom," says Maciques. "The side part also makes it ideal for heart and oblong shapes."