Looking well-groomed is much more important than just a pretty face or the latest haircut! We can not all claim to be beautiful, but to present themselves well through good care can reach any woman! And it’s important because it makes you look silently gives out all the important information about you to everyone you meet. The key to a well-groomed look is a simple, expertly cut hairstyle on healthy hair, along with attuned attire and subtle make-up. Almost any color or style can look “groomed” when it’s careful of balanced blend of style, finish and color! So, if you need a professional image for the job, or just want to make the best of yourself, trendy bob haircuts have been specially chosen for you!
Deep brunette bobsleigh enhanced with rich plum tones
Really elegant women prefer a look that is pretty “natural”, with fashionable colors improvements rather than obvious stripes. This picture shows how you can achieve this with care layered Bob haircut for medium hair. Instead of a trendy “stacked-back”, the stylist has created a refined, round volume that caresses easily over the gently textured line that surrounds the neck. In contrast, the front has a smooth, laterally swept edge that terminates at a separate layer and occasional “retracted” vibration at the shorter side.
Versatile angled bobs for thick hair
Thick hair has a lot of natural volume and that means completely smooth, “groomed” hairstyles are always available to you. For a professional graduation and on formal occasions, the smooth bob, which ends just below the chin, is a classic look. The style is simple and the angle looks gentle so as not to look extreme or “high fashion”. The medium blond strands are not all that much contrasted with the coppery brown base. But you can also rock a trendy ruffled look, with a “boisterous” wave pattern and pointed tips on the ends! The angle looks steeper and defined turns show high and low lights!
Extremely angled bob with a full, straight bangs
For the well-groomed woman, the expert “cutting” of her hair is everything! This angled bob keeps its “neat” references, despite the extremely high fashion steep angle, by limiting the style to a statement “trendy function”. The entire hairstyle depends on a superior cutting technique that causes the steep line of long “cut” layers that end over the tips to fall naturally. And concave texturing relieves the ends to warp and soften the line. The straight over bangs and flat sides make this a good style to balance a round face.
Whimsically Highlighted Brunette Bob & Straight-Through Pony
We love this sweet cut that shows the latest trend in asymmetric, mid-blond highlights! This vintage fashion fan is considered “groomed” for them to look perfect with 1950’s makeup, vintage clothing and highlights. Many women added mid-length hairstyles to brunette hair in the ’50s and often bleached a pony or other section at home. This simple bob has modern, textured lace that brightens the straight fringe and the eye-catching asymmetric blonde that lightens her dark hair!
Perky precision-cut bob with buzzing neck
“Well-groomed” styles tend to avoid extremes that “go out” quickly and choose conservative classics. But I think that this modern variant of the short, angled bob is only supplemented by an extreme feature. The trendy summed undercut on the neck fits the entire hair color and subtle vertical highlights add texture. This is a fabulous way to add shape and interesting texture to the back of fine hair that is not thick enough for a stacked cut. The angle is emphasized by structured tips on the side. This updated version of the short bob ends on chin length very stylish without looking ‘over the top’!
Pretty pearlized Ash & Beige Blonde Bob Haircut
Although this model wears extremely light blond hair, suggesting artificial lightening, the neutral hue – neither platinum nor gold – makes it look “neat”! The hair is a beautiful mix of beige, ash and pearl blond, which are applied with a gentle touch. The stylist creates a chin-length style that is expertly cut to fit naturally in a simple bob that fits perfectly to your face shape. The profile shows a gently rounded back and a gently sloping slope that extends to the jawbone and then to the extra-long pony.
Choppy Bob on faded lavender with gray roots
Can a chopped off Bob with Purple Ombré ever be a “neat” look? Yes, it can and here is why! The roots are graphite gray, which is a fashionable shade and a “natural” color for the hair. The middle section is a faded lavender pink that gently transforms into a soft, deeper shade of Ombré. So how does that fit with the requirements of classic, “simple and natural care”? The style is choppy, but not “messy,” and shallow ripples grace the hair in a subtle way. It’s a quirky look, but it works – because the cut, the styling and the colors have been made to a high standard!
Contemporary clean lines on honey blonde with neck detail
Here’s a perfect example of a trendy, well-groomed cut. It fits the model’s fine, silky hair, it’s a soft, honey-colored color that matches her skin tone – and it has an additional fashion feature. Fine or medium hair looks healthy, shiny and swishy in a chin-length bob in long layers. Fine hair keeps its thickness in this style, with just a little layering near the tips. Instead of a staggered detail, the latest bob haircuts often have a fashionable curved line in the neck. But this chic version goes further than that, with a very attractive sweeping layer on the back, framing a sweet Toffee Brown section underneath!
Yummy toffee top bobs melts in messy caramel ombré
The soft shades of rich, warm brown with fabulous copper caramel balayage and ombré are extremely tasteful colors. Although this neglected look is not really ‘flattering’ or ‘well groomed’, the colors are definitely suitable for today’s gallery. The stylist has “stretched” a long bob to create hair strands with a “bend” and straight, scruffy tips. To succeed, messy cuts need to be adjusted to flatter the wearer’s face. But this model looked like it had just been caught in the rain! The profile view hides her pretty face and accentuates a sharp nose and the back looks ugly and shapeless. So we have to remind all of us that stylists not always the best judgment are e!
Rich, deep chestnut bent bob with separate layers
If you’ve ever used a maroon hair color, you know it gives your hair a terrible black! I did it and scared my poor husband when I came out of the bathroom and looked like a Halloween witch! So the new, “saturated” colors, like the beautiful dark-auburn color above, are a welcome addition. The new colors do not rely on black (!) Add supposedly “get the correct color depth”. These are “high pigment” dyes, (like high quality cosmetics), creating intense red colors that look beautiful and natural! So the messy bob with spiky tops and shaggy layers is definitely included in my “trendy, well-kept bobsleigh” file!