Longer Wavy Bob

December 7, 2009 at 10:10 am | Posted in Miss G: Beauty | 7 Comments
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Most readers remember how fascinated I was towards the wavy bob a few months ago, that I went to perm my bob!

Anyway, I was flipping the October issue of CanCam and spotted some interesting wavy shoulder-length hairstyles!

How Miss Glitzy would achieve this hairstyle

1. Apply Liese Wave Up Foam and curl the ends of the hair with macaron curlers. Start working on your makeup and what-nots.

2. Blow dry with hairdryer.

3. Remove macaron curlers.

4. Use your fingers to twirl the curls and blow dry with diffuser to create some volume.

What Komachi suggests

Miss Glitzy asked Horii Takao of Komachi The Hair Cult on how to achieve longer wavy bob.

1. Use a curling iron of about 28mm in diameter to curl the ends of the hair first.

2. Next finger style into desired style.

3. Use wax to hold the style in place.

To get a more permanent look, you could do a air perm to achieve the soft waves and this hairstyle should last for 3 to 4 months.

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  1. I had a short wavy bob for my wedding registration! And I love this longer wavy bob too ! Cute 🙂

    • Woo! Would love to see a picture of that hairdo!
      I think the longer wavy bob is very feminine.. and easier to style than the normal wavy bob. 🙂

  2. ooh! i like this. what is an air perm dear ? maybe i should go komachi to do my next perm tooo. i want a really soft,permanant wave.

    • The air perm is lighter, softer and more natural and supposed to give you hair styles like this: http://www.rasysa.com/special/200709001/airwave/qa.html

      i think it depends on individual’s hair.. i personally think the curls might not be as defined and bouncy as the pictures unless you are good at styling. but the perm does help to add volume and makes it a lot easier to style your hair.and for long hair, the curls will be less tight than the usual perm.

  3. that does look fab – love it x

  4. where can you get those macaron curlers?

    • i bought them in Japan.. but I think SASA sells these too!

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