Wavy Bob

IAgirlIAgirl Posts: 2,540Registered Users
I came across this link while recovering from shampooing my allergy dog (ie. taking some "hair time"):
It's such a pretty, simple wavy layered bob I had to share. Really screams "summer!" Too bad it's October...

This is a great one too - some of you gals have this wave pattern/hair type: My New Look: Hair Thursday


  • LahomajayneLahomajayne Posts: 127Registered Users
    That is so cute!
    Super wavy and wurly curly! Fiii,fairly non-porous, inelastic
    Colorado Curly - low dew points & low humidity!
    Organix Cherry Ginseng and DevaCurl low poo/condish
    KCKT leave in, Naturelle Gel
    Joimist or Aussie Sprunch Spray
    I have KLINGON HAIR :D

    My hair likes IAgirls PT!
    I have celiac disease - no wheat please!
  • hippiechic81hippiechic81 Posts: 1,239Registered Users
    This is a really really cute 'do!!! I personally think short hair is multi-seasonal :love4:
    2a, fine-med. text, normal porosity (I think)

    [FONT=Going back and forth between Herbal Essence Don't Fade On Me shampoo and condish and L'oreal Sulfate Free shampoo

    - Not Your Mother's Curl Cream, La Bella Sports Gel, Aussie Sprunch Spray

    [/COLOR][/FONT] My waves are finally getting stronger thanks to weekly PTs and longer hair in general. Still trying to grow it out though!:headbang:

    mod-CG since December '10

    I have Celiac's Disease so no gluten please!

    My hair is basically my hobby!!

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  • wavynwild16wavynwild16 Posts: 2,121Registered Users
    If only cute, short cuts like this looked good on me! All the wavy bobs make me jealous -- I have never cut my hair above shoulder length, because lots of people seem to like my long hair. This cut is just too cute, though. In case I ever DO go short, I will refer back to this pic. :)
    Type 2c/3a with lots of hair and a super sensitive scalp! Med/slightly coarse texture, low porosity and elasticity.

    Low poo: Organix TTM, Essential Wholesale Free & Clean
    Stylers: EcoStylers, GF Curl Shaping Gel, Aussie Aussome Volume Mousse & Instant Freeze Gel, GFPC, LALNC, La Bella Lots of Curls, Apricot Oil, KMFUM, AO B5DG
    Extras: sugar scrubs, AVG washes, pre-poos with EVCO, oiling scalp before washes, plopping, gelatin PT.
    Mod-CG since 12/1/10! :happy7:
  • llilacsllilacs Posts: 25Registered Users
    SO cute! I once cut my hair based solely on Charlize Theron's hair, below (amazing, even though that is clearly done with a curling iron!) and it was a disaster. Granted, this was before my time with CG method. Nonetheless, the shorter my hair is, the less it curls. Is it like this for other wavies?


    Mod CG since 6/13/11
    Fine, dense 2b

    Cowash: Suave Coconut
    RO: GFTN, Renpure (red)
    Leave In: KCKT
    Style: KCCC, Botticelli Botanicals Flax Gelee
    PT: Ion Effective Care

    Still on the fence: AOHR conditioner, Biotera curl creme, HETT mousse

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  • IAgirlIAgirl Posts: 2,540Registered Users
    Mine hair *looks* wavier shorter - but only because the weight of the hair pulls the top straighter when it is quite long. Today my hair came out a lot like Charlize Theron's in the pic above, only not smooth on top like that. And more fuzzy. Fuzzy = cuddly, right?
    Everybody is different, though. That's why no one haircutting method works for everybody, I think. It takes a while to figure out what length and style works with your hair.