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Angle Bob

Guest Author - Lynne Chapman

The Angle Bob is perfect for all types of straight hair.Thick hair falls into place. Fine thin hair appears thicker because of the blunt cut. The style cut in such a way that it always falls back into place.

It is cut at jaw length and tapered to cup in at the nape. This length is best for a very stylish look. It should never be longer than the top of the shoulders. The sides can be either blunt cut or slightly under cut.

This model's dark brown hair is highlighted with very fine strands of deep red. This is done by lightening the strands to a golden blond shade. After that a red hair color glosser is applied over all of the hair. It leaves the highlighted strands tinted red and the rest of the hair is very shiny.

Style this haircut by using a blow dryer and a large round brush for body. It can also be shampoo'd and simply blown dry without a brush. This gives a very casual look.

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