Karen Elson was seen sporting a classic bob at London Fashion Week. See what type of bob looks great with your shape face:
Karen Elson was seen sporting a classic bob at London Fashion Week. This look is the haircut of the moment, but the question is, can you and your red hair rock this chic look?
Not everyone has the shape face for Karen Elson’s bob, but you can achieve a stylish bob that will make your face look even more beautiful.
See what type of bob looks great with your shape face:
If you have a square face like Karen Elson, you can easily pull off her London Fashion Week do! Tip: Use a texture spray to get the control you desire.
Usually women with round faces are terrified to cut their hair shorter, but a bob can be very flattering if the right shape is chosen. For round faces, keep the hair lengthened below the chin and avoid layers around the sides because they will only accentuate fullness.
If your face is longer than it is wide, you can pull off all types of bobs: long, medium, sort or even pixie-length. This looks looks great with layers and you can rock it sleek or messy.
If your face is wider at the forehead and cheekbones and narrower at the jaw, go for a bob that is chin length or longer. Any type of a bangs look great, especially blunt bangs.
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