The inverted bob, also called a graduated bob, is a hair style that is shorter in the back and longer in the front. Inverted bobs have layers in the back to create a stacked look.Know More
The inverted bob, made popular by singers Rihanna and Victoria Beckham, is generally cut as short as the nape of the neck in the back. The line is a horseshoe shape that elongates to the front. The back can be cut short enough to spike the crown or just short enough to create extra fullness in the back. The front pieces can be either symmetrical or asymmetrical.
To cut the inverted bob, hairstylists section out the hair and start at the back. Generally the back section of hair gets pulled together just below the occipital bone, where the first cut is made. Once all the hair has been cut into the bob shape, the hairstylist cuts the back into layers. This creates either a stacked or tapered look with long pieces left in the front.
Bobs are suitable for any hair texture — curly, wavy or straight. The most dramatic way to wear the inverted bob is on straightened hair. The most flattering length depends on the face shape, with long faces needing the front pieces to end at the chin and round faces needing longer ends.Learn more in Hairstyles
Allure and Cosmopolitan say the best hairstyles for square faces are an angled bob with long pieces in front that gradually get shorter toward the back, graduated long layers, asymmetrical layers, a voluminous bob, eye-skimming bangs, rounded fringe or an off-center part. Cosmopolitan recommends a low chignon for formal occasions.Full Answer >
The traditional Mohawk-style haircut is achieved by growing a strip of hair in the middle of the head from front to back. Both sides of the head are shaved close to the scalp.Full Answer >
To create a braided crown with short hair, part the hair on the side, curl the hair, add product, roll the bottom of the hair in the back of the head, braid two sections in the front of the head and tuck the ends into the roll. Braiding short hair takes roughly 30 minutes and requires a curling iron, hair product and bobby pins.Full Answer >
To create victory rolls, which is one example of a vintage-style updo, prepare the hair, section and curl the front, roll each side up, pin and spray the sides, and roll the back into a French twist. Creating victory rolls takes roughly 60 minutes and requires a blow dryer, round brush, tail comb, wide-barrel curling iron, bristle brush, bobby pins and hairspray.Full Answer >