Why the Modern Bob Works on Everyone
Choose the Classic Bob
"If a client has a square jaw, I recommend she go with a classic or slightly angled bob, because it won't be too harsh. It takes the focus off the jawline, and for older women, it can be an especially flattering cut when jowls start to become an issue."
Choose the Square Bob
"You can pull off this blunt cut easily. Often, people with heart-shaped faces also have a widow's peak that pushes the hair in one direction. Make sure you're working with it, not against it, by cutting with a side part in the direction your hair naturally falls."
How To French Braid Hair
For first-timers, braiding can be challenging. Follow this easy tutorial for a sleek, pulled-back look.
Choose the Swing Bob
"Go with a longer vertical panel (the piece in the front that hangs below the chin) with this angular style. It helps lengthen and narrow the face. The key is to cut the front longer than the widest part of your face; otherwise it can make your face look rounder."