#21: Curly Bob
Big curls give your bob width rather than length. Controlled curls can help to create a bob which is reminiscent of the big styles which were popular in the 70s and 80s.
#22: Blunt but Wispy
If you want a blunt cut, but you want to look less severe, you can try adding a little wispiness to your hair. Get your stylist to make a few choices cuts to feather out your hair.
#23: Scruffy Bob
This weave bob looks a little bit messy on purpose. Make choppy cuts to the end of your hair to give is variable length and then run your fingers through it to give it a slightly tousled look.
#24: Spiral Curls
Wrap your hair around the length of your curling tongs to create long, spiral curls. This look is an amazing style to wear to your next big event.
#25: Voluminous Waves
Volume can be achieved by brushing upwards from the roots. Get a loose wave of scrunching product through fistfuls of hair whilst you blow-dry it.
#26: Side-swept Fringe
Put in a side parting and then sweep your fringe over from one side to the other. This will help to keep your hair out of your eyes, as well as giving your style a touch of class.
#27: Sleek Bob with a tail
For a funky twist, have one long section coming out of the back of your bob. Keep the rest of your style with a blunt cut.
#28: Thick Bob
A thick weave looks really good in a bob style. A little bit of layering at the bottom of your bob can help to give your hair more shape.
#29: Shaggy Bob
Cut a lot of layers into your weave to create a shaggy bob. Run a little bit of styling product through your hair to create a slightly messy tousled look.
#30: Face Framing Layers
Cutting layers into your hair will help to frame your face. For the best effect, cut to chin length at the front and make gradually longer cuts as you go further back.