1. Length is important for a classic one-length bob. It can fall anywhere between just short of the chin or onto the nape of the neck, but no shorter or longer. The classic shape should be perfectly even all the way around, creating a smooth yet swingy surface.
2. A smooth surface with no layering is essential, but thicker textures may need some texturizing through the ends to prevent a stacked, triangular effect. The edge of a classic bob should appear crisp, smooth, tailored.
3. As Bella has done, a bang is a great way to customize the bob and can be any length, but should fall parallel to the overall length for a classic look. It’s a great way to put the spotlight on your eyes, which, after-all, are the windows to your soul.
4. Style a classic bob by misting with Set and Style Spray all over and dabbing ends with a few drops of SHINE LUXE oil to calm flyaway and add scintillating shine. Wrap-dry with a flat brush until all moisture is gone.