While having short, fine hair may feel like your hairstyle options are limited to lugay, Bianca Gonzalez, who has been keeping her hair short for years, will inspire you to change things up. As seen on the Pinoy Big Brother host's selfies, a few simple twists can make your cropped 'do feel exciting again. 

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To prove that, here are five easy ways to style your bob- or shoulder-length haircut: 

1. Start easy

Tuck one part of your hair behind your ear and secure it with a hairpin for instant polish. 

FN Tip: The neatly-tucked part of your hair makes room for an accessory. Instead of using your basic black bobby pins, reach for gold clips for a classy finishing touch (you can find a lot of these on Shopee and Lazada!) 

2. Clip both sides of your hair

For a sleeker, more evening party-ready hairstyle.

3. Go for a playful, carefree vibe

Only clip a portion of both parts of your hair, leaving a few loose strands to frame your face.

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4. Get those beach waves!

For special occasions, opt for the tried-and-true wavy, textured lob:

If you're not a pro in using hair straighteners or curling irons, watch this quick tutorial for the easiest way to achieve the classic beach waves: 

5. Brush your hair to the back

And mist a bit of hairspray (or if your locks are too fine, use a pomade and run it over your hair) to hold everything in place—this is a simple way to achieve that slicked-back hairstyle. 

For more tips beyond hairstyles, catch proud morena Bianca Gonzalez as a guest speaker on the second day of Cosmopolitan Philippines' upcoming BeautyCon, a beauty and wellness festival, happening on August 31 to September 1, 2019 at the Function Hall 5SMX Convention, Center, Pasay. 

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