Updating your hairstyle
There are plenty of options for everyone when it comes to having some hair color fun and updating your look (perhaps you're one of those people who like to change their shade every couple of months, or someone who has found the perfect hair color and is happy to stick with it).
Check out my 6 simple hair coloring tips and see what you think!
We will admit, however, that with a bob it’s also easy to just wash and wear and call it a day—which is the perfect recipe for a style rut disaster.
But there are tons of easy updates you can make so you can wear your hair a different way every day of the week.
Going for a lighter hair color shade in the warmer months and a darker shade in the colder months is a great idea for 2 reasons.
For more information about your skin tone and hair color, be sure to take a look at Choosing Your Skin Tone and Enhancing Your Hair Color.
Aother harmful way to zap the color out of your locks is by regularly blasting your hair with hot air from your blow-dryer and pulling your strands through the heated plates of your hair straightener.
So an essential hair coloring tip for minimizing hair color loss (and hair damage) is to remember to use heat protection products before straightening, and try to style on the lowest heat setting possible.
To help you figure out how to style a chin-length bob, we pulled together 7 options for you to choose from.
If you already have a blunt bob, try giving your look even more of a mod vibe and cut bangs of a medium-thickness that fall right below your eyebrows. Fake fringe without actually cutting them by parting your hair on the side and pulling the hair over your forehead and then pinning it back with a bobby pink or a dressy barrette.
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Colored highlights are a great way to breathe fresh life into your hair color and style.