Hairstyles Pictures Gallery Plus Cutting & Styling Instructions for the ‘Brunette A Line Haircuts’ Category
Below Chin Beveled A Line Bob Haircuts Front, Back and Side Views. Length of this Cute A Line Hairstyle is Cut Below the Neckline in the Back, with Slightly Longer-Angled Sides. Beveled Layers are cut Through-out the Interior, and a Wispy Bang is Styled Off to the Side. Apply Smoothing Serum to Damp Hair, and Divide Hair into Sections. Using a Medium Barrel Round Brush, Blow-dry Sections Under. Blow-dry Bang Under-and-Over-to-the-Side. Finish with a Light-hold Hairspray.
This is a really Cute Below Chin A Line Bob with a few subtle highlights. The Length in the back is cut Short, and the Sides are angled longer, well below the chin. The Bang is also cut on angle off to the side. Apply smoothing serum to damp hair and divide into sections. Blow-dry all sections under with a Medium-Barrel Round Brush. Blow-dry Bang under and over to the side. Finish with a Light-hold Hairspray.
This A Line Hairstyle is cut to Chin Length and Layered through-out interior. The back is cropped short giving this Bob a severe angle along the sides. The Bang is also cut on an angle and styled off to the side. Apply volumizing serum to damp hair and section off. Blow-dry each section under, finish with a light-hold hairspray.
This haircut is an example of what an A Line Haircut looks like when curled. The layers in this Bob Haircut appear to be very choppy, along with an uneven choppy bang. The sides are cut on an angle with longer length towards the front.
TO STYLE: This curled bob is more of an evening style, so start with your hair completely dry. Spray a heat protectant on the hair shaft before you start to curl. Section off hair and curl section from the root down with a small to medium barrel iron. Curling at the root allows you to leave the ends out for a looser curl at the bottom. Tousle curls and finish with a light spray for a dressed up evening A Line Hairstyle.
TIP: Invest in a curling iron with a temperature dial. Some hair types/textures require a hotter curling iron to get the desired result. Always test your temperature control curling iron on Kleenex or toilet paper before use. Some of these curling irons can get very hot and you don’t want to burn your hair.