8 Bob Haircuts That Pro Hair Stylists Say Are Flattering Choices For Women Over 50

Blunt Bob

Because it makes it look like there is more hair at the base, a straight bob looks great on older hair that may be falling. Having a lot of layers at the ends of your hair makes the strands look broken up and smaller at the ends.

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French Bob

How short can you go? French bobs are for shorter! answers. This cut is occasionally below the cheekbones, less than chin-length. It looks great slightly mussed and layered to accentuate your jawline.

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Italian Bob

One country over, we go from the French to the Italian bob. This bob type is characterized by a chin-length cut that has blunt ends and minimal, but impactful layering. It s sexy, sweet, and chic.

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Bob With Bangs

Maybe you already have a bob but want to dress it up or hide scalp shedding. The bob is one style that a great bang can't improve. Ask your hairdresser for thicker, blunter bangs or lighter, wispier ones to suit your face.

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Bob With Side-Swept Bangs

If you want bangs but don't want a fringe, have you tried millennial side-swept bangs, which are back? This design adds intrigue in the front, but you may push them away to emphasize your forehead.

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Bob With Curtain Bangs

For more throwback flare, add curtain bangs to a bob. These bangs start short and grow till they reach your hair ends. They may make your hair seem fuller and are great for anybody who isn't sure about bangs.

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Curly Bob

Which method best adds volume and thickness to thin hair? Curls, waves, texture. If you have naturally curly hair, let your hairdresser layer your haircut to highlight your curl pattern.

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Asymmetrical Bob

Asymmetrical bobs are entertaining and unusual, with one side shorter and the other longer. This cut is also fantastic for color experimentation. A few well-placed highlights may enhance your complexion and eye color.

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