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In this video Russell shows you how to texture a one length bob. A one length bob can either be more of a blunt cut or more of a textured layered bob. When you’re adding texture you are giving the hair more movement, removing weight and creating layers. But the way you texturize can lead to different final stylized looks. Texturizing a one length bob can be done a number of ways using different tools. Here we compare a Feather Plier Razor vs. a Jatai Kyoto Scissors vs. a Tokyo Texturizing Scissor and see the cutting effects and differences between them. In this technical deep dive video, you will learn how the tool used give different end results. You will also learn when you would use one tool over the other. While this tutorial focuses on short hair, the techniques you will learn can be done on longer hair as well. It’s best to avoid these techniques on dry hair. Make sure the hair is always wet for best results.
Bobs can come in many forms. You can have short bobs, shoulder length bobs, medium bobs and long bobs. You can pair it with curtain bangs, straight bangs or no bangs around the face. It can be done on various hair types such as thick hair, thin hair and fine hair. It can be a blunt bob for a more sleek look or a textured bob for more movement and volume. Bob haircuts can be done on straight hair, wavy hair and curly hair, whether it’s natural texture or induced. Bob hairstyles look great in a variety of colors from a blonde bob to highlights to dark hair. They all work! Bob cuts are generally a low maintenance hairstyle that’s easy for everyday wear. It’s the most popular women’s haircut and one of the most versatile hairstyles that has lasted longer than any hair trend! That’s why this tutorial is so useful and teaches you career long skills you should have. Gain tips and learn the different ways on how to texture a one length bob with different tools.