We know that it's exciting to cut your hair into a short bob, but the time will come that you'll covet having long locks again. (It's a vicious cycle, you guys.) You then plan to grow it out, but you need a solid game plan on how to make your growing bob not awkward. We've got tips for you below.

Make it messy.
Embrace the bedhead look to add edge to your growing locks. You can either load up on sea salt spray for added texture or add loose waves to add volume.

Eva•NYC Surf's Up! Texture Spray, P795
Eva•NYC is available at Beauty Bar.


Schedule a regular trim.
While you think it can sound a bit contradictory to cut your tresses to have them grow long, having a health cut allows your locks to prevent having dry and brittle tips that will eventually form into split-ends. Hence, less chances of chopping off a large chunk of hair in the long run!

Also, your stylist can make tiny shaping tweaks to make your hair look better as it grows long.

Add some color.
Avoid a style rut by switching up your hair's hue. Whether you prefer highlights, ombré, or a full-on change of color, this trick can refresh the look of your bob.

L'Oreal Excellence Creme Hair Color
L'Oreal is available at department stores.

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