The “pob” (a bob that’s short at the back and long at the front) has made a return, only this time it’s had a make-under.
Longer all over, the layers are subtle and look flattering when swept to reveal a side part. Straight and wavy hair types rock this look best.
“It’s more interesting than just a straight bob, and it’s easy to style. It gives an A-line feel without a big change in length, which a lot of women don’t want,” says Gibson.
Request for a stacked layered bob with some length in front. Your stylist will tailor the cut to suit your hair type and face shape. Angular faces can pull off stronger lines while square-ish and rounder ones can play with front length.