Episode 3: To Bob or not to Bob

No, this isn’t about Bob the Builder or Bob Marley or Bob Dylan. Have to commend all their Hair Styles though! Aren’t they just fabulous?! ❤ ❤ ❤

All right, so let us cut to the chase. What is in store today?

“A Peppy, Sassy, Stunning, Evergreen Look is what I want”

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Today’s look is just about the best Hair Style out there.
Yes, it is our beloved
Graduated Bob!

No, not this guy! 😛

It’s the ever so popular, the Graduated Bob Hair Cut.
IMG_20171103_102121_979Hair Cut: Graduated Bob
The Before Hair Length: Long
The After Hair Length: Short
Products Used:
Shampoo: Bblunt Intense Moisture for Dry Hair
Conditioner: Bblunt Intense Moisture for Dry Hair
Styling: Bblunt Climate Control Anti Frizz Leave-In Cream

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The Graduated Bob is a classic retro hair style that was designed by Vidal Sassoon in the 1960s. This hairstyle is popular till date, because the hairstyle is solid. Starting short at the back, the haircut gradually has longer layers as the cut progresses towards the front of the face. This graduation gives a definition to your face. Specially suited for round, oval or heart shaped face, this hair cut magnifies the volume of your hair, and enhances your facial features. This haircut is best suited for the summer, to avoid sweating around the back of the neck. It grows over time, allowing you to try a new style in the winter, when you are ready for your next visit to the parlor.

*** Weekend, well spent!! 😀 ***

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