Published on November 04, 2022 at 4:10 p.m.
There are hairstyles that we regret from the first second, others that tire us over time. And in the middle there are the square cuts. With them, we are rarely wrong. Faithful ally of our hair cracks, the square in all its forms remains the hairstyle par excellence for a renewal. Only here, once the effervescence of a new haircut has passed, how to succeed in energizing this timeless hairstyle without cutting in the length? For some beautistas, the answer is all found. For some time on social networks, the “Rolled Bob” has been all the rage. At first glance, it is simply a straight square cut a few inches from the jawline. A short haircut basically basic. But on closer inspection, its controlled volume and ultra-desirable movement leave no one indifferent. A new version of the square? Nay. It’s simply a new way to style this cult beauty to give it a second wind. A trick inspired by several trends from the past.
How to achieve a “Rolled Bob” to perfection
Parting and streaking on the side, controlled volume, rounded and inward-facing tips… The “Rolled Bob” is a perfect match for the latest hair trends. With this new way of styling your square, we find the volume of the Cindy Crawford blow-dry in the 90s, that of the iconic Farrah Fawcett and even a bit of Jennifer Aniston’s famous “Rachel Haircut”. To reproduce it, the heated brush – vintage accessory popularized again on TikTok – will be your greatest ally. Another more classic (and longer) technique: brushing with a hair dryer using a round brush. Because, the trick to achieve this type of hairstyle is to succeed in giving your hair a real volume with a rounded finish. An ideal hairstyle for fine hair!