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Do: Asymmetrical Bob

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Sure, earlier we said you should avoid the bob hairstyle, but we were talking about the blunt bob that stops right at the chin line. The asymmetrical bob, on the other hand, can give you a very flattering look. Here's why: Not only is this bob ultra-chic -- look at Anna Wintour -- but it's also easy to maintain. An asymmetrical bob is much shorter in the back, and then angles down and is longer in front. The cut should start in the back around the nape of your neck and then end in the front 2 to 3 inches below your chin. It elongates the neck and lengthens the face. Pair it with some sideswept bangs and you'll be in the pages of Vogue in no time.

 

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