Rolled Bob: This is how you get more volume in your short hair
This will give you more volume in your short hair
Short bob, box bob, long bob – it feels like there is a new bob trend every three months. For the latest style, you don’t even have to make a visit to the hairdresser. The rolled bob conjures up more volume in your hair with simple tricks.
You cut off your hair extra so that it doesn’t hang down so weak and thin and still the volume doesn’t really work? Then we have an exciting new hair trend for you. After box bob, short bob and whatever they are called, the rolled bob is on the rise and that could make women with thin hair very happy.
Rolled Bob. More volume in a few minutes
The rolled bob is not, as the name might suggest, a new haircut, but rather a certain styling technique. All you need is a round brush, heat spray, a hair dryer or a hot air brush. The hair should be about 80 percent dry before styling. Then the hair should be divided into thin strands, prepared with heat spray and then blow-dried with a round brush. Pro tip: For the best possible effect, the lower sections should be blow-dried downwards and the top hair upwards. If you want, you can fix your hair with some hairspray and THE new trendy hairstyle is ready.
For which hair length is the rolled bob suitable?
Unlike the short bob or long bob, the rolled bob is not defined by the length of its hair, which is why the styling variant is suitable for every bob hairstyle. However, it depends on how much volume your own hair already has. If the hair is rather thick and voluminous, the rolled bob can quickly appear well-behaved. Despite her thick head of hair, Anna Wintour has made it her trademark, but she also knows how to stage it stylishly.
Even shoulder-length hair can be styled in minutes with the sophisticated blowout. Depending on whether you already want volume from the hairline or prefer to concentrate only on the tips, the brush is applied at the top or in the middle of the hair. In the beginning, the correct blow-drying technique may take a little practice, but after the third time at the latest you will get the hang of it.