28 Most Flattering Bob Haircuts for Round Faces

Bob haircuts for round faces

A bob cut for a round face hides features such as chubby cheeks. Bobs are the best hairstyle for women with round faces because they naturally elongate face shapes. Combined with the right cutting technique and styling, rounder faces simply diminish with a bob hair cut. The length of a bob varies from short to medium to long. If you’re looking to instantly slim down your face, ask your stylist to cut your hair into a bob. Add bangs and layers to your bob to create a unique, trendy hair style that’s perfect for you!

Hairstyles for round faces can be difficult to find. The key to a great cut and style for this face shape is to create the illusion of length by opting for cuts with angles and colors that pop, creating height at the crown, or playing up other features, such as the eyes.

Balancing a round face is all about creating a bob haircut with interesting angles to frame the face. No matter what length you choose, always consider adding a side swept fringe or some type of face-framing layers to complement and personalize your style!

Join me as I walk you through each of these flattering bob haircuts for round faces. You’ll be armed with great photos to show your stylist as well as tutorials to help you get that salon look at home!

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Stunning Shoulder Length Bob

golden brown shoulder length bob for a round face
Instagram @emmalexihair

Craving for a dramatic change in your hairstyle? Satisfy yourself with this trendsetting wavy golden lob for a round face that complements fair to medium skin colors best.

Sleek Blonde Bob Haircut

Sleek blonde bob for a round face
Instagram @salonavana

A remarkable blonde bob haircut for any season for round faces! Start with a side part and add some highlights and lowlights onto that straight hair for a dimensional result.

Loveliest Textured Chin-Length Bob Cut

Q&A with style creator, Dora Michell
Hairstylist @ Genesis Hair Boutique in Pembroke Pines, FL

How would you describe this look?

This look is a textured bob for a round face. My client wanted to go short and the bob was a marvelous solution considering she had thin/medium hair. I wanted to create a cut which would be easy to manage while considering her busy lifestyle. I love how it enhanced her facial features, it’s effortless yet on trend.

Any advice for someone considering it?

Find a reputable stylist that can perform the cut to perfection. Have a thorough conversation with your stylist, consider your options. Your #hairgoals will be determined by your hair’s density, color (yes color plays a huge role) and face shape. For example, if the client has a round face shape I wouldn’t recommend for a bob cutting the hair shorter than chin length, it would only make the face appear even rounder. Consultation is key.

In order to style this cut, I prefer to prep the hair with a primer. I used Bumble and Bumble Hairdresser Invisible Oil Primer. It protects the hair while heat styling.

After the blow dry, I used a 1-inch wand for the waves. Starting from the back, I alternated the wave (forward and back) and leaving the ends out. It’s what creates the signature beach wave. After each wave, slightly pull on the strand to soften the wave. Finish with your favorite spray wax or pomade to bring out the texture in the hair.

Regardless of lifestyle, anyone can pull this look if done properly. It’s easy to style, trendy and a great choice when considering a big change.

Dreamy Espresso Brown with Caramel Highlights

Dreamy Espresso Brown with Caramel Highlights
Instagram @lindsaybellavi

Q&A with style creator, Lindsay Lomas
Stylist & Make-Up Artist @ Salon Bella Vi in Plymouth, MI


How would you describe this look?

This bob is as effortless as it is chic. The haircut gives the face more attention because it isn’t hidden by a ton of hair. Also adding in some balayage highlights creates dimension to give the haircut more shape and appeal. This haircut is ideal for clients with an oval or heart-shaped face because it will enhance the shape. Round or square face shapes might not particularly like a cut like this because it might enhance the features they might want to hide.

Any advice for someone considering it?

The best thing to consider for bobs for round faces is the type of hair you have and how much time you spend styling your hair every day. Someone with super curly hair might not want this haircut because styling would be a must to achieve the look. Someone that has super thick hair also may dislike this haircut because it tends to look triangular in most cases. Also, contrary to belief, short hair usually takes more styling time to make it look like the short haircuts that you see on Pinterest.

Beautiful Mid-Length Angled Bob Shag

Q&A with style creator, Annah Gagnon
Master Stylist @ Redbloom Salon in Calgary, AB


How would you describe this look?

This look is a mid-length, disheveled angled bob haircut with casual waves. What I love about this look is that it can be worn polished and sleek, or messy with lots of loose texture.

Any advice for someone considering it?

Bobs are ideal for people with round faces, as angular shapes narrow the face. Keeping the length either above, or below the chin (not right at the chin) is best to elongate a round face.

If you’re going for this lived in, textured look, I love dry shampoo and a spray wax on the ends! The Evo Water Killer dry shampoo on the roots & the Evo Shebang-a-bang dry spray wax on the ends are my two favorites to support this look.

The key to creating waves like this is leaving 1-2 inches of the ends straight to keep the length and create a casual style, and alternating between two curls away from the face, and one towards. To maintain this haircut, I recommend coming into the salon every 6-8 weeks!

Marvelous Inverted Bob

Q&A with style creator, Tina
Master Stylist @ Charles Scott Salon in Rocky River, OH


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as an inverted bob. We did some soft texturizing to help this client’s course, curly hair to blend and not look choppy. I cut my design when the bob was wet but I always finish a bob with dry cutting. I’m obsessed with clean lines when it comes to my bob’s, so I always finish off with my peanut clippers for a nice crisp hairline!

Any advice for someone considering it?

I would tell them to do! This hairstyle works for everyone! It doesn’t matter what shape face you have, the texture of hair or how much you style! This haircut looks good on everyone! It looks great styled but if you wanted to wash and go/scrunch, it looks great that way too! This bob is timeless, it will never go out of style/trend!

A Fantastic Neck Length A-Line Bob

Neck Length A-Line Bob for round faces
Instagram @ladyeastrock

Q&A with style creator, Veronica Irene
Barber & Stylist @ Skull and Combs Co. in New Haven, CT


How would you describe this look?

I’d describe this look as a short, textured, slightly asymmetrical A-line bob. My favorite thing about this cut is that it elongates her face and gives her a lived-in, fresh style so she can wear it in different ways.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I’d say that if you’re considering this haircut, while it’s super cute and trendy, to make sure that you don’t mind your hair being in your face and that you may not be able to pull it back as easily as you used to. That being said, if those things don’t bother you then I absolutely would go for it!

I styled with My Amazing Blowdry Secret’s Quick Dry Shake n Spray and Joico’s Power Whip mousse in damp hair, with a voluminous but straight blow dry. Then I went in with Joico’s Thermal Protectant spray and curled with a Hot Tools 1 inch barrel curling iron, dragging out the ends to keep it loose. I finger combed the hair after curling and sprayed Joico’s Body Shake into the hair for extra volume and texture!

Remember, with these short haircuts, if you are a lower maintenance person who doesn’t style their hair much, this cut may not be for you. However, if you don’t mind styling then this would be a wonderful choice to change your look!

Bob for Wavy Hair and Round Face

Q&A with style creator, Vanessa Whyte
Stylist @ The Loft Hair Studio in Kingston, ON


How would you describe this look?

I’m all about softness, and waves always enhance a great balayage. This length, in particular, can flatter almost anyone and is especially great if you take the extra time to add a soft wave. Make sure you curl away from the face, but then alternate the direction forward and backward throughout the rest of the hair.

Any advice for someone considering it?

You can’t really go wrong with a length just past the collarbone. For finer hair, blunt is better. For thicker hair, ask for more texture through the ends. Just don’t take away too much weight as sometimes you need it to help weigh down a lot of hair.

This is a great length for any lifestyle as you can still put it up if needed and drying time is a lot faster. I personally use a curling iron for waving hair, but pulling downward at the end to straighten the ends more giving it a beachy feel.

I use Kevin Murphy styling products and love the Doo Over dry powder spray for adding some texture as I shake out the hair after curling.

Medium Bob for Thin Hair and Round Face

Medium Bob for Thin Hair
Instagram @_hairbyme_g

Q&A with style creator, Gianna Vera
Hairdresser @ Wash & Brushup Co. in Healdsburg, CA


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as a classic yet modern hairstyle. The bob haircut is a chic, iconic look that keeps a heavy blunt feel through the ends of the hair and is cut above the shoulders to draw focus to the face. The bold blonde color is a freestyle technique combining balayage and baby highlights.

This hair color is my favorite thing about this look because it feels effortless and fresh, just in time for spring!

Any advice for someone considering it?

My advice for a client considering this look is that this hairstyle is very trendy and quite easy to maintain as long as you’re willing to cut several inches off to have the blunt bob effect!

Once the hair is smooth, simply add a loose bend or wave to the surface, spray a texturizing spray, and fluff to finish! As far as the hair color goes, make sure to pick a blonde that complements your skin tone and eye color.

Dirty Blonde Short Angled Bob

Dirty Blonde Short Angled Bob for a round face
Instagram @jh_styles

Q&A with style creator, Jennifer Hernandez
Master Stylist @ Nicole Noel Salon in Danbury, CT


How would you describe this look?

My favorite thing about this short angled bob haircut is the versatility and the manageability it provides. It looks great smooth, in soft beach waves, as well as “undone”.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This haircut will provide effortless mornings for clients with the right hair texture. For hair products, I used Chiffon mousse from R+Co before the blow dry to provide volume and movement. After the blow dry, I used Loma Nourishing Oil for shine and smoothness.

Chic Dark Chocolate Brown Layered Bob

Dark Chocolate Brown Layered Bob for a round face
Instagram @ashley.nicolexox

Q&A with style creator, Ashley Hillgrube
Aveda Hair Artist @ Essentials Salon in Warrington, PA


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this style bob as very chic and modern. I believe that it is functional and flattering for many face shapes.

My favorite part of this haircut is the texture that I created in her layers. It adds a soft element to the hair and can be styled effortlessly as if it was natural. Overall, I think that the texture of this haircut takes this classic bob to the next level.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I think this haircut best suits someone with fine to medium textured hair and density from thin to medium. I believe with certain variations, this look can suit most face shapes and hair densities. This haircut is ideal for someone on the go during the day but wants a trendy stylish look at night.

I created this look with a 1-inch curling iron, focusing the bend in the middle of the hair strand with the ends hanging out. I would recommend any type of texture or volumizing spray or mousse for this look because it best brings out the hair’s natural texture.

Slightly A-Lined Lob for Round Faces

Q&A with style creator, Rachel Wittenberg
Hairstylist / Owner @ Paramount Salon in Temecula, CA


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as a lob that is slightly a-lined, meaning it is longer in the front than in the back. The lovely thing about this style is that it’s generally universal and looks good on just about everyone.

With this particular guest, she can wear it in waves or straight without anything looking unbalanced or heavy. Balancing out the roundness of the face shape is the key to complimentary bob haircuts. I have shaped the layers so that one gently blends into the next and nothing is choppy. This look has a longer grow-out period, so she won’t feel pressured to come into the salon every four weeks. This style can be maintained every eight to ten weeks without losing its shape.

I love the versatility of this cut. Whether it is worn straight, wavy, in a topknot or with a scarf, it is always a fashion-forward and savvy look.

A nice thing about a general lob is that a stylist can fine-tune it for the guest receiving the haircut. If she wants more layering around her face, then the stylist can assess the face shape and move forward accordingly. If the guest wants less layering, then the stylist can do that without any major changes in the maintenance of this style.

If the client has a longer neck, a more elevated a-line can be a very complimentary look, while a shorter neck may encourage the stylist to leave the foundation line less severe.

Any advice for someone considering it?

Consider a couple of things:

1. If a guest is going shorter from a longer style, then don’t automatically assume less hair means less work. This does require heat styling which means time spent either blow drying or air drying, then curling.

2. If a guest is growing her hair out into this look, then it most likely has to be reshaped every four to six weeks as it grows out to redistribute the weight (or layers). The right shape will give ease of styling, the wrong shape may trick someone into thinking their hair doesn’t lay correctly in this style, even though it is actually just the unbalanced haircut growing out.

3. Maintaining this look, again, requires heat styling. If a guest is not familiar or comfortable using a curling iron, I suggest scheduling a tutorial appointment so their stylist can show them the proper way to curl. Use photos you like as reference so both of you are picturing the same goal. Remember that curling hair properly is a learned skill and it can take time for someone to perfect their go-to look.

To achieve this look, apply a gloss with conditioning properties that is lightweight. In this case, I used Kevin Murphy Young.Again on towel dried hair, followed by Kevin Murphy Body.Builder to add volume and help hold the style.

Blow dry the hair about 85-90% dry, then use a round brush to smooth out the cuticle and add volume around the crown. For this particular length, I suggest using a 1 1/4-inch curling iron. When curling, leave the ends and roots out (curling the midsection of the hair only) to achieve that loose, beachy look. Alternating the curl direction will give it more volume and texture, but curl the face-framing pieces away from your face so the curl doesn’t constantly fall into your face. Finish off by using Kevin Murphy’s Bedroom.Hair to add soft, flexible texture and volume, followed by Kevin Murphy’s Session.Spray to hold the look all day.

Really Long Bob with Sun-Kissed Highlights

Really Long Bob for a round face with Sun-Kissed Highlights
Instagram @hairby_cindy

Q&A with style creator, Cindy S. Magarin
Hairstylist @ Genesis Salon Suwanee by 124 in Suwanee, GA


How would you describe this look?

What I love most about this really long bob is how subtle and natural it is. At the end of our appointment, she said her hair reminded her of her childhood when she had natural, sun-kissed highlights. That made me feel awesome!

Any advice for someone considering it?

If a client is looking for more of natural and low maintenance look that still has dimension, this is the way to go.

She has naturally wavy hair, so I suggested adding a salt mist to the hair for some texture and a little hold. One of my favorites is the BLEND sea salt spray by Keune. What’s great about this product is that she can still use a 1 1/4-inch curling iron to add loose curls for a more put together look.

I honestly believe that anyone can rock a look like this. It is effortless and naturally beautiful!

Professional Asymmetrical Bob For Round Face

Q&A with style creator, Marissa Hodge
Hairstylist & Make-up Artist @ Volume One Salon in Pensacola, FL


How would you describe this look?

This particular look that I incorporated into my client’s cut and the color is professional yet trendy. What’s great about this long asymmetrical bob is that it gives off a sense of professionalism and is the perfect cut for many career-driven women. It’s easy to maintain and keep out of the way throughout a busy workday.

Shorter cuts also can make the client look older and more mature, so people will take them more seriously. What’s great about this bob is that when paired with the blonde babylights and balayage, it still keeps her young and vibrant. She can go from a working woman to a girls night out look just by adding texture/waves or changing her part. This bob look is so versatile and fun to have at any age.

Any advice for someone considering it?

If a client was in my chair considering this look, I would consult and cover many bases to see if this was a suitable look for them. Like I said before, the bob is versatile so there is a lot you could do with it, making it flexible for all hair types. A blunt bob can be great for someone with fine hair because it will look as if the hair is thicker and full of body. A textured bob can be utilized for thicker hair, adding layers for dimension and taking out some weight so the hair isn’t so heavy or fluffy on the ends. Career-wise, if you are someone who has to pull their hair back for your job, we would consider a longer bob (lob) with enough length to be able to pull back into a low pony.

If you are wanting a smooth finished look for your bob, it’s best to blow out your hair with a round brush to give it that “just left the salon” look and feel. Along with blow drying, a great product for this look would be a blowout balm to help shape and hold the style. Another possibility for styling is the beach wave/textured look. This look is super easy with a lived-in feel. You can achieve this look with a curling iron or wand, along with great products like a texturizing spray or a volumizing powder.

The bob is a fun style that can be utilized across the board by many women in any career, of any age, and with any hair texture. It’s just about finding the correct style of bob for each client and what is the best way for them to maintain that specific look.

Medium Length Bob

Q&A with style creator, Randi Hambrick
Stylist @ Crafted Hair Studio in Baltimore, MD


How would you describe this look?

The lob represented in this photograph is a great cut for a woman with a round face shape that wants the advantages of shorter hair while still being able to secure it away from the face and neck.

Any advice for someone considering it?

The right candidate for a lob will have fine to medium hair. Coarse hair tends to expand in styles like this, making it appear more like a helmet. If cut correctly, the hair should be encouraged to bend under at the ends to make it easier to style.

Face-framing depends on the client’s face shape and the length of the bob. With a lob, there are more options to enhance the face shape. For example, properly placed framing can create more angles to help slim a rounder face. It all just depends on client’s individual needs.

Hair type plays a big part in products. The client in the photo has a lot of fine hair. We used mousse to create memory and volume. On a coarser haired client, I would use more smoothing products.

Attractive Long Bob for Fine Hair

Attractive Long Bob for Fine Hair
Instagram @maqandmane

Q&A with style creator, Rachel Biestman
Event Hair and Make-up Specialist @ Maq and Mane in Augusta, GA


How would you describe this look?

I love this long bob because it was a dramatic change without being a drastic finish! I had just finished serving this beauty for her wedding, and she wanted to surprise her new husband with his favorite look on her the lob!

To accomplish this look, we had to chop off around eight inches. When women grow tired of lifeless hair, so many turn to a very drastic change when it isn’t necessary. This beauty still has plenty of length for styling options, especially the all-important pony!

Any advice for someone considering it?

Although it is average in length in the front, the back is quite a bit shorter. When going for this cut, I recommend going to a trusted stylist as too much of a stack can look dated. What it has is piecey, beveled layering. Take the word “stack” out of your vocabulary when asking for this cut!

To style, use a texturizing spray such as Davines More Inside Dry Texturizer to infuse movement into the finished style.

Customizable Dark Red Graduated Bob with Glasses

Customizable Dark Red Graduated Bob with Glasses
Instagram @kaitlynslight

Q&A with style creator, Kaitlyn Slight
Stylist @ J&F Gemelli Salon in Cary, NC


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This bob haircut is a classic. The cut was customized specifically for the client and is executed using Vidal Sassoon ABCs of haircutting. Before beginning the cut, we determined her preferred length in order for her to be able to pull back the pieces in the front to perform day to day activities.

My favorite thing about this look is the drama of it. The progression of a slight graduation in the back that angles forward to a longer length in the front creates a soft yet pronounced line that exudes sophistication and elegance.

We also played with color placement adding something eye-catching with color rather than a dramatic fringe or placing her line higher to frame her chin (which are both great options for this cut) to accommodate her needs for her professional and personal life.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

Products to choose for re-creating this look can vary depending on hair texture and wave pattern. For coarse or curly hair, I recommend products for smoothing, moisture and shine. Some of my favorites include Oribe Royal Blowout, Oribe Supershine or Supershine Light, Oribe Straight Away, R+Co High Dive, and Sebastian Dark Oil. You don’t necessarily need all of those products, of course, but those are a few to choose from!

For finer or straight hair, using lighter products like the Oribe Supershine Light, R+Co Park Avenue, and Sebastian Dark Oil can add the moisture and shine without weighing the hair down. I also really like to add Oribe Dry Texture Spray or R+Co Outerspace flexible hairspray as a finishing product to provide a workable hold. Sometimes our hair can benefit from a light hairspray to help the style last throughout the day!

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

One of my other favorite things about this look is its versatility. You can create subtle changes to the cut depending on your client’s hair type, face shape and lifestyle. This means that this cut can be ideal for many face shapes and lifestyles with modifications.

For example, moving the line higher to create more definition of the chin will attract and draw the eye to the line rather than roundness. Another option that helps soften roundness and distract from excess length in the face would be adding a fringe. Cutting asymmetry in the front length can aid in obscuring any roundness in a client’s natural face shape by shifting attention to the strong lines.

For people with dense or textured hair, adding more layers can help remove weigh. This technique can also create width however, especially with curly hair, so be sure you have a vision in mind before committing to this technique. For those with curly hair wanting to try a shorter style, I recommend working with the length to determine what would look great when you had time to straighten and smooth the look, as well as wear it with your natural texture.

There are so many versions of this cut circulating social media now and I believe these geometric shapes are here to stay. If you are interested in this shape, talk to a stylist near you to customize it to your needs!

Trendy Curly Bob

Trendy Curly Bob
Instagram @maggiepcurls

It turns out cute, kind of flirty, and is definitely fabulous! This trendy curly bob makes a great asset to partner your round face. The shoulder-length cut plus those defined curls even give your hairstyle a nice shape. Use a volume gel and lift foam for a bouncy and gravity-defying finish.

Razor Cut Bob for Fine Hair

Razor Cut Bob for Fine Hair
Instagram @erickinvisible

What a classy jaw-length, razor cut bob for fine hair! It doesn’t only add texture to your bronde tresses but also defines your cheekbone in a chic way.

Q&A with style creator, Erickson Arrunategui
Hairstylist / Extension Specialist @ Bumble and bumble. in New York, NY


How would you describe this look?

I call this the shattered bob. It is short and has a lot of weight removal. It’s kind of a cross between a bob and a grown-out pixie cut. My favorite thing about it is all the texture and life it has. I love a bob, but this is more of a carefree approach to the classic look.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I think this cut works for someone who has fine to medium hair but has a lot of it. It’s a good way to add texture and shape to the hair to give it a little interest. It’s also great for someone who wants to go short but doesn’t want a classic shape. It has a little edge to it!

Sleek Bob with Side Bangs

Sleek Bob with Bangs for round faces
Instagram @theclairestylist

If you have straight, fine tresses pair a neck-length sleek bob with side bangs for round faces. The result? It’ll be a simple yet stunning hairstyle that you can wear on a daily basis. With the chocolate brown balayage, growing out a chop like this will never bother you.

The Blunt Bob

The Blunt Bob for a round face
Instagram @studio7ss

The blunt bob makes a trendy neck-length chop that’s here to stay forever! With a textured layering to add movement to a dark mane, it’s the ideal look to complement a face with a rounded shape.

Shaggy Lob

More shape and body will give your hairstyle a funky vibe. Medium-length shaggy bob with bangs like this one is sure to match your cheerfulness. Your natural copper hair will also brighten up your round face.

Q&A with style creator, Emma Diamond
Hair Stylist @ Hair by Emma in Glasgow, UK


How would you describe this look?

This is the ’70s inspired soft shag Hairstyle, colored with a deep, rich copper – with a sneaky peach panel peeking out from one side. My favorite thing about it is how low maintenance it is for my client to recreate at home! I cut the style in to enhance her own hair’s natural texture and movement, so it’s very much ‘wash & go’ friendly!

Any advice for someone considering it?

Rich copper colors tend to be one of the fastest to fade, so using a color-preserving shampoo is always my first advice! Style-wise, I would recommend applying a salt spray on wet hair (I like Eleven Australia Sea Salt Texture Spray), combing through with a wide-toothed comb to ensure it’s even from root to tip. Then, do either air drying (if the time and weather allow for it) or softly drying with a diffuser!

Totally Textured Bob

textured bob for a round face shape
Instagram @chrisjones_hair

This totally textured bob speaks for itself. The bangs make a chic and trendy addition to the cut, allowing the hair to frame a round face gracefully. Adding more angles to the cut customizes it for women wanting to accent or hide features. When you have layered, blonde hair, the texture is key to accentuate the color and the overall style. The hue is pretty low-maintenance if paired with dark roots.

Messy Choppy Bob with Bangs

Messy Choppy Bob with Bangs for round faces
Instagram @brittanyfrancohair

Opt for extra texture to complement your round face. This messy, choppy bob with bangs is the kind of medium cut, perfect for your dark tresses. The flow in this look is unpredictable, making it look bouncy and lively.

Round Bob with Side Swept Bangs

Round Bob with Side Swept Bangs
Instagram @gabcraftandtheory

This gorgeous round bob with side-swept bangs will enhance your cheeky face, for sure! In case you have smooth and thick hair, achieve more texture by going for a razor cut technique. Make it simple yet striking by keeping your locks dark and neck-length.

Beachy Babe Bob for Thin Hair

This beach-inspired wave is a super simple yet stylish way to rock a bob!

How To Style:

  1. Begin with damp hair.
  2. Apply a sea salt spray to your hair and very gently “scrunch” your hair all over. Let your hair dry naturally and try to avoid touching it.
  3. Spray with a light hold finishing spray once your hair has dried completely.

Recommended Products:

Bumble and Bumble’s Surf Spray is the absolute best beachy spray there is! Try it…it won’t disappoint.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

If you have fine to medium hair with a bit of natural wave or curl, this look is so perfect for you. The sea salt spray will enhance your natural curl and give it a bit of extra texture!

Chin-Length Bob with Bangs

Chin-Length Bob with Bangs
Instagram @airs_chair

An oh-so-flattering cute blonde straight bob to try for any face shape! Keep it chin-length for a fresh and low maintenance haircare.

Angled Bob for Straight Hair

Burnt Red Angled Bob for a round face
Style by Lisa Scotti Yellow Strawberry Hair Salon, Sarasota, FL

This with minimal layering is great for those who like versatility. The shoulder-grazing length is just long enough to allow for several updo options on special occasions!

How To Style:

  1. Work a quarter-sized amount of a color and heat protection product through towel dried hair.
  2. Separate hair into three horizontal sections. Beginning in the lowest section, blow your hair dry using a large round brush to give just a bit of bend. Work your way up until all sections are completely dry.
  3. Finish with hairspray.

Recommended Products:

KMS California Free Shape Hot Flex Creme provides lasting style, heat protection and humidity resistance, allowing you to use a curling or flat iron later if you wish! Further protect your style with Sexy Hair’s Weather Proof, a high-performance humidity-resistant finishing spray.

Tip:

Getting that “bend” when round brushing hair takes a little practice. Keep turning your round brush away from your head as you dry each section. There are plenty of ways to style bob haircuts for round faces so play around with different options.