There are many different ways sew in bob hairstyles can be worn, including but not limited to: different lengths, different styling techniques, and different angles. The classic sew in bob is the most trendy yet versatile hairstyle desired. Or maybe you want a sew in bob with a side part? How about an asymmetrical sew in bob hairstyle? So many options, so little time! Let’s narrow down the sew in bob styling techniques and lengths to 5 ways to slay a sew in bob:
The Curly Bob
This bob is fun, flirty, sassy and cute. Curls come in a variety of styles like loose waves, loose curls, or tight curls. A loose wave bob provides a carefree, beach wavy style. Loose curls give you a little more bounce and volume than loose waves. And for the ladies who enjoy big hair? Tight curls are the way to go. This is a sew in bob style you can definitely have fun with.
The Blunt Cut Bob
This sew in bob cut and style has been the trending topic for the past several years. I have seen it with a side or middle part. Blunt cut bobs can be short, medium, or long. This specific bob cut and style gives you a sleek and clean look, yet edgy at the same time. If you have fine textured hair this is a great option for you because it makes the hair appear fuller by adding weight. For my ladies with fuller hair, you can still wear this trendy bob, adding layers for more movement and texture. Many women in the entertainment industry have rocked this bob with sass and style—we’ve seen it on Rhianna, Kylie Jenner, and Cardi B, just to name a few.
The Stacked Bob
This classic sew in bob has been around forever, evolving in a way that makes it feel fresh and new every time it shifts—it's a twist on the classic slanted or asymmetrical bob. The sides are longer and it’s shorter in the back. A specific cutting technique is used to add volume in the back. If you like the classic slanted bob, but you don’t want it to be so flat, try this bob. This bob is also great for those who don’t like hair touching their neck. Actress Taraji P. Henson had the most talked about stacked bob when she made an appearance in the movie I Can Do Bad All By Myself.
The Layered Bob
This bob is soooo versatile. Change the length to best enhance your facial shape. Layers in any style remove weight and add texture, and are great for curly or wavy bobs. Depending on the length and style of the cut it can shift from conservative to sexy in two seconds flat.
The Lob aka The Long Bob
This long bob, aka “lob”, is ideal for women who like a bob, but are not into shorter hair. This sew in bob, just like the blunt cut bob, gives you a clean and sleek look. The long bob can be cut to create a slanted look or a blunt look. You can add a few layers. You can wear it straight or curled. See? So versatile.
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