The Tasselled Textured Bob
You know that feeling when you get a really fresh new cut and the world falls over their feet to compliment you? Yes, that feeling! That feeling is what the tasselled textured bob induces. Imagine for a moment, arriving at Friday’s Champers with the girls after rarely taking a risk with your hair and suddenly everyone notices your new hair again. You know what we’re talking about, that feeling.
This cut is great for those of us who have abused our hair for years with Ombre, daily heat styling and not trimming those dead ends often enough. It’s not only a fresh look but also good for your hair.
For the last few months, we’ve seen loads of celebs sporting the look. See some shots below of Lucy Hale, Lily Collins and Sarah Hyland. It just goes to show how the look works on various hair colours and textures. It works, whether you want the perfect wave or you just let your hair do it’s thing with as little styling as possible.
Now we are well aware that chopping off your long locks can feel like a massive risk, but think about how nice it would be to style your look in the mornings in 25 minutes and get out the door. How much time you’d have for going to the gym? Getting to work on time? And doing all the things you’ve been meaning to do but haven’t quite gotten around to yet?
Now seriously give our inspiration board below a second look and sleep on it. But you know you want something fresh.
WHAT IS THE TASSELLED TEXTURED BOB?
The tasselled textured bob is a short to medium length bob that has loads of layers and texture and works well with colours with a bit of depth and variation, think Chestnut Browns and Honey Blondes with touches of Balayage.
GOOD FOR THESE TYPES OF HAIR:
Depending on the length or the silhouette of the cut, it can pretty much for most hair textures and facial shapes.
It’s also great for hair that has been over-processed on the ends (Think years of Ombre)
HOW TO MAINTAIN IT?
In terms of maintenance, it’s important to keep the quality of your hair happy and healthy by using heat styling selectively and always using a heat protector spray while styling.
In terms of styling, there are usually two easy ways to style this cut, the first is to turn your head upside down and do a quick blow dry to get the roots lifted and then turn right side up and finish off with a round brush or flat iron/tong (don’t forget to dry your hair thoroughly before using the flatiron or tongs).