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Say goodbye to the straight-laced blunt bob and make way for its highly on- trend unstructured version!
Say goodbye to the straight-laced blunt bob and make way for its highly on- trend unstructured version!
Say goodbye to the straight-laced blunt bob and make way for its highly on- trend unstructured version!
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A closer look at the unstructured bob

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Less radical than a blunt or A-line bob, the unstructured version of this haircut is the ideal, easy way to rock the bob, a must-have hairstyle for a dreamily seductive look. We take a closer look at this gem of a haircut!

What is it exactly?

Using a blunt bob as a base, your hairdresser will work with the lengths by putting in layers at the top and by thinning it out at the tips in places to give an irregular lightness to the hairstyle. By doing this, it creates an unstructured look which boosts and adds movement to your short haircut. A real lifesaver for those who want to rock a bob without the "goodie two-shoes" look often associated with it!

Who is it suited to?

Want a perky haircut? Then the unstructured bob is perfect for you, as your hairdresser will sculpt your bob in a bespoke way to enhance your face. Due to its blended contours, it can re-shape oval faces and also perfectly soften even the most angular of features. Its varying lengths are a real asset for avoiding the "helmet head" effect in thick hair, giving volume to fine hair and boosting the bounce of your curls.

Another advantage: its fresh look can make you look more youthful. Just what you need to look 10 years younger in a few snips of the scissors!

A practical bob

The unstructured bob is easy to style in no time at all. No need for flawless blow-drying - a small amount of styling wax or a few spritzes of salt water spray is enough. All you need do then is ruffle up your locks for an irresistibly sexy hairstyle!

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