17 Diy Chin Length Bob - Short Hairstyle Trends
The chin length bob is a classic and timeless hairstyle that flatters a variety of face shapes. It's also a relatively easy hairstyle to do yourself, with a little bit of practice. In this blog post, I'll walk you through the steps on how to cut and style your own chin length bob.
What you'll need
- A pair of sharp hair shears
- A comb
- A sectioning clip
- A styling brush
- A hair dryer
- A styling product (optional)
Step 1: Wash and condition your hair
Start by washing and conditioning your hair as usual. This will help to make your hair more manageable and easier to cut.
Step 2: Section your hair
Use a sectioning clip to divide your hair into four sections: top, front, sides, and back.
Step 3: Cut the front section
Start by cutting the front section of your hair. To do this, hold the hair at a 90-degree angle to your head and cut it to the desired length.
Step 4: Cut the sides
Next, cut the sides of your hair. To do this, hold the hair at a 45-degree angle to your head and cut it to the desired length.
Step 5: Cut the back
Finally, cut the back of your hair. To do this, hold the hair at a 90-degree angle to your head and cut it to the desired length.
Step 6: Blend the layers
Once you've cut all of the sections, use a comb to blend the layers together. To do this, start at the front of your hair and work your way back.
Step 7: Style your hair
Once you've blended the layers, you can style your hair however you like. If you want to add volume, use a round brush and a hair dryer to blow-dry your hair in an upward motion. If you want to add sleekness, use a flat iron to straighten your hair.
Step 8: Finish with a styling product
If you want to add hold and shine to your hair, finish with a styling product. A light-hold hairspray or styling cream will work well for a chin length bob.
Q: What if my hair is thick or thin?
A: If your hair is thick, you may need to use a heavier-duty styling product to keep it in place. If your hair is thin, you may want to use a lighter-weight styling product to avoid weighing your hair down.
Q: What if my hair is straight or curly?
A: If your hair is straight, you can style it however you like. If your hair is curly, you may want to use a diffuser attachment on your hair dryer to help define your curls.
Q: How often should I get my chin length bob trimmed?
A: You should get your chin length bob trimmed every 6-8 weeks to maintain its shape.