I DO NOT rock Bob. My hair is too heavy & straight - looks like a hair helmet. Ick. (I know because when I was too young to know better my mother LET ME tell the hairdresser I wanted my hair like Anne-Marie from Agro's Cartoon Connection.... *sigh*)
I once rocked the bob. My mum also rocked the bob at the same time. (Not an attractive look)Every morning my mum had to blow wave my hair because I too have wavy hair.I freakin' hated the bob then and I hate the bob now. I will never rock the bob again. Other people can do as they please though... just have bob scars.
I have dead straight hair. You'd think it would work. I've tried. I don't rock it. I forget I don't rock it. Then I try again. I CONSTANTLY get told I look like my mum, when I sport one. And I love my mum, but just don't fancy a hair style that makes me look like someone pushing 60.
i can rock a bob, lexi. long, short or in between; i can totally do it!! but have just had all my hair chopped again. i have hair with a slight wave, so the bob works and i have had one on and off for the past 20yrs. x
Never had the pleasure. I love the word though.Bob. Said out loud.
Soo funny you should say that. EVERY time I go to the hairdresser I say, "Please don't make me look like a triangle." I have been known to ask for a little more to be taken off if I see any three pointed hair styles! No bob for me either - no matter how lovely they are on others...
i'd totally love to rock the bob but I fear i'm not "quirky" or cool enough (or brave enough) to get it done! I think I would end up looking pumpkin like and very wrong. Longer bob could be do-able though. Maybe I'll try a wig once to see if I'm right....
I'm trying to rock the long bob currently but not sure if I'm rocking it. Got my hair chopped last week and because my hair is naturally a little bit wavy, it's taking a lot of styling... Hrmmm, not as practical as I thought.
I love the bob. I have a love hate relationship with it on my head though. In my mind I am Demi Moore in Indecent Proposal but then I look in the mirror and I am more Dora the Explorer from The Big Red Chicken. I have tried the FWB (fringe with bob) and in my mind I was Uma dancing with John in Pulp Fiction, then I looked in the mirror and was more Patsy Bisco dancing with John from Playschool. I have tried the wavy bob and in my mind I was Posh watching Becks play soccer until I looked in the mirror and decided I looked more a soccer mum. Now I am sporting the Gigi bob from He's Just Not That Into You, which may turn out that I won't be into the hairstyle. I will keep trying though. I will not give up!!
My 5 year old totally rocks bob. *jealous*
I rock the bob, although I do have fringe curling up issues.Ever since I was young I have grown my hair long and then bobbed and then long. Apart from once in year 7 I cut it into a crop trying to look like winona ryder. I didn't.
Out damn Bob, Out I say! I am afraid after lusting much over Bobs and thinking I could perhaps maybe ever swap the Bob, if not to go so far as to actually rock the Bob, I got said Bob, which made me realised I have a man chin - thanks Dad - and promptly grew it out. And by promptly I mean waited the painstaking length of time it takes to go from Bob back to hair half way down back. Sigh....Bob, how I love thee. Why must you be so cruel?
ha ha, 'swap'.I meant 'sway'. ha ha
It's been a lifelong dream to rock Bob. I rock frizz.
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