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Asymmetrical bob has been one of the most popular haircuts ever since Victoria Beckham appeared with it in front of the photographers. Today, it seems that the bob will never go out of fashion – and in this constancy the stylists do not see anything wrong. On the other hand, they advise us to look closely at the images of stars on the red tracks in order to track new trends and find examples for inspiration before going to the salon.
Following scheme, the elongated bean can be called the main trend of 2019. We offer you five options from Chrissie Teigen, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Jordan Dunn and other celebrities, which should be noted if you decide to update your haircut.
Model and TV presenter Krissy Teigen made a bet on an elongated bean with a slight asymmetry and “torn” edges. It is recommended to put such a haircut with the help of fingers (to give additional volume to the curls) and texturing spray.
Model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley prefers a more elegant version of styling. Her elongated bob looks elegant and even aristocratic, and sheer parting and bangs adds lightness and enthusiasm to the haircut.
Chloe Kardashian is experimenting with waves – not too elastic, so that the haircut does not look thoughtful, but dense and glossy. To repeat the styling, equip the styler without clips (this will avoid the “wrinkles”), and for fixing use hair spray with the effect of extra shine.
At the amfAR Gala charity dinner, model Jordan Dunn appeared in a black dress with an asymmetrical collar, to which all attention was riveted. At the same time, the hairstyle should remain as simple as possible – like an elongated bean, which the girl’s hair stylist helped to smooth the smoothing cream of medium fixation to perfection.
Star of the Hunger Games Jennifer Lawrence does not bet on the form, but on the color. Ash blonde makes the image more podium, and so that the shade remains as long as possible – take care of the availability of products to care for bleached hair on a shelf in the bathroom.