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Bobology with Sam Villa

The bob dates back to the mid-1920s as the style was worn in various versions, often with a side-parting, curled or waved, and with the hair at the nape of the neck “shingled” short. The bob was the dominant female hairstyle that ...

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TRANSFORMATION: Taking The Plunge

Jessica Mendieta (@jessdomyhair) of the Butterfly Loft (@butterflyloftsalon) in Los Angeles, CA was paid a visit by Kimberly who has been wanting to cut her hair shorter for such a long time, and finally got the courage to take the plunge.Right ...

TRANSFORMATION: A Perfect Caramel LOB

Jacqui Neale (@jackss_) of the Butterfly Loft (@butterflyloftsalon), Los Angeles, California, had an opportunity with client Sheila who was looking for a fresh start for the new year. She also wanted something easier before a month long trip ...

2014 AMA Trends: Lobs, Texture and Bold Lips

Awards shows are one of the best ways to gauge trends. Chances are that you'll have a couple clients coming in with something they saw on the red carpet at the 2014 American Music Awards, so make sure you beat them to the punch and stay on ...

Extreme Long Bob How-to & 3 Lob Tips

The "lob" or long bob, is a celebrity favorite and a super versatile haircut for clients who don't want too short or too long of hair. Hairstylist Raven Camacho provides us how-to steps to this extreme long bob, plus, we have three pieces of "lob" information that you need to know before you start cutting!

Debbie Harry's Fiery Lob How-To

New York Streets Creative Director Lisa Lobosco shared her tips on creating the Fiery Lob, inspired by Debbie Harry’s iconic style. This retro take on the long bob is all about amping up the volume of this textured look. New York ...

Lovin' Lobs

The long bob, or "lob," is the official celebrity cut of the moment, and for good reason—it looks good on everyone!

Watch it Move: Karg Collection

Watch it Move collection by Mike Karg featured in July 2014 Modern Salon.

HOW-TO: Taylor Schilling's Lob By Ted Gibson

Learn HOW TO design this "lob", created by Ted Gibson for Taylor Schilling.