Whether you have had a bob for a while or you have recently opted for a shorter style, we have a few ways of making the classic bob feel a little less boring in super simple ways!
The undone blunt bob
You can add texture to your hair by loosely waving your hair with a straightener or wand and brushing it out with a side parting and some serum. The secret with a straightening iron, is to make sure it's facing down to the floor rather than horizontally. Alternate the direction you're twisting hair with the straighteners on each piece, so that the texture looks more 'lived-in' and natural.
The smooth bob
Blow dry your bob in a side parting using a smoothing serum. Once dry, use your straighteners to get your style extra smooth and frizz-free. Finish by tucking one side behind the ear and hold in place with hairspray.
The slicked back bob
Blow dry your hair upwards at the roots and crown of your head using a round brush. Make sure to dry the rest of your hair smooth and slightly tucked under. Secure and smooth the style with a strong hold hairspray to hold the volume on top and stop any flyaways.
The Layered Bob
If you have a bob with layers, style it by sectioning off the top part of your hair where the layers sit. Add some curls through to add a soft wave and texture. Using a texturising spray will also help give it a messier look.
The Fringed Bob
This look can either be soft and textured or blunt and edgy, but either way adding a fringe gives your bob a whole new look. Once your fringe starts to grow out you can sweep to the side or part in the middle so the style is very versatile.