Of course, Queen Elizabeth won't walk like that. Asymmetrical bob is not really suitable for everyone, but owners of straight - both thick and thin - hair should definitely pay attention to this haircut.
Unlike the traditional one (which, in turn, differs from the bob in the absence of bangs), a bob with asymmetry implies any variations on the theme of uneven strands. To some, this will seem sloppy or too extravagant. However, it all depends on the haircut model and the professional imagination of the master. For example, the "blonde in chocolate" - Paris - chooses a well-groomed, barely noticeable asymmetrical bob for her platinum hair, tucking a strand behind her ear. So she manages to smooth out large facial features, especially the nose and chin. For others, left long, compared to the rest, the strand can effectively emphasize the cheekbones and add sharpness and expressiveness to the look.
Tips for choosing an asymmetrical bob this season
The trend towards asymmetry was introduced thirty years ago by the maestro of London hairdressing Vidal Sassoon. It was with his light hand that in the 60s and 70s they came into fashion.bob and bob, allowing women to gain the right to choose the length of their hairstyles on their own. Later, short haircuts were modified and acquired coloring, highlighting, “feathers” and cascades.
Stylists advise an asymmetrical bob to girls with a burning spectacular hair color - blondes, brunettes, redheads - otherwise the haircut will not benefit from the contrast. It is also not recommended to experiment with asymmetry for those whose hair is very curly. Even a large wave can make strands stick out funny and vulgar in all directions. It will really look like the master's hand trembling in the salon.
Be sure to pay attention to the bob in combination with coloring: the play of chiaroscuro and highlights will create hair volume, color depth. Is it worth leaving bangs? Most likely, the master will let it go obliquely, emphasizing the lines of the face. However, this type of haircut implies any variation of bangs - up to torn or ultra-short.
In the 2013 season, maestro Jean Louis David's school dictates its trends. In fashion - a structural asymmetric caret. Photos of models are full of the presence of this haircut, testifying to its specificity. In the choice and formation of hairstyles, absolutely no structure can be observed. But at the same time, the hair should have a glossy uniform shine (some hairdressers recommend laminating). Another dubious hairstyle is also popular - a half-shaven asymmetrical bob with bangs. But even if she suits her mistress, then onall 100%. The fashion for such a daring haircut was again introduced by rock and hip-hop performers of the emancipated USA - Rihanna, Pink. Individuality is guaranteed, but it’s worth thinking three times: is the general style suitable for such styling?
Can I create an asymmetrical bob myself?
If the article interested you, but there is no time to go to the salon - well, we can test our own skills as a stylist. Or ask a more sophisticated friend for help.
First of all, you need to prepare the hair in a bob haircut, preferably profiling the ends with hairdressing scissors. We pay attention to the bangs, outline its contours. First, on wet hair, part the side parting.Now dry it with a hair dryer and style with mousse to add volume. When the hair is styled to one side, you can use a flat iron to straighten it. On the other hand, it is recommended to fix the strands with a gel or varnish. Ready! Without any loss, an ordinary square turns into an asymmetric one.