Pump Up the Volume on Your Bob

Got a bob that’s not quite bouncy? Pump up the volume on that cute new ‘do by adding movement and volume with a ghd IV mini flat iron – the slim width is perfect for styling those shorter strands. This video shows how to add tons of body to a voluminously challenged bob, transforming it from flat to fab! All products shown are from ghd, and if you’ve ever tried them you know ghd should stand for Great Hair Days!


  4 comments for “Pump Up the Volume on Your Bob

  1. nona
    July 21, 2008 at 10:20 am

    i’d like to see a tutorial on how to blowout curly/kinky/frizzy hair! it can be done but so few stylists, in my area anyway, understand the technique involved. how about a pro from new york city giving a “how-to”. years ago (1971) i had a stylist who was recommended in glamour magazine blowout my unrelaxed, thick frizzy hair with water (after a deep conditioner) & a round boar bristle brush. he made sure each section of my hair he was blowing out was damp. he also pulled my hair taunt & kept the dryer on the section until it was completely dry (constantly moving & pulling my hair taunt) before moving on to a new section. my hair turned out shiny & straight with great volume. he understood that you can’t let thick, coarse, frizzy hair dry out before it’s blown out. if you do it just ends up being straight frizz. come on pros widen your scope & show us frizzy heads how to blowout our locks!!! thanks.

  2. Abner
    January 7, 2010 at 6:39 am

    Hello, this is my first time i visit here. I found so many appealing in your website particularly on this topic. Keep up the great work.

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