Sophia Bush has stunning hair which she wears in an every changing array of hairstyles ranging from chin length to below the shoulders. She changes things up by also rotating textures from bone straight to lush and full with tons of texture.
Her hair hues have transitioned from dark chocolate to milk chocolate highlights with light ribbons of vanilla and caramel.
One of Sophia's best hairstyles was her sleek long bob known as a LOB shown to the side. Her long sleek bob was perfectly suited to her heart shaped face and slightly pointed chin. Sophia also has prominent cheekbones which look fabulous when combined with a long bob cut so that the sides frame the face without covering it.
The front of her hairstyle extends from a side part which direct strands up and over to one side. The dark chocolate base picks up the light and reflects a major shimmer.
Sophia's Long Bob is a classic hairstyle which never goes out of style. It is incredibly flattering to many face shapes and can be easily modified to include a side-swept or blunt fringe.
The style was cut to showcase strong, geometric shapes which add plenty of fullness and lots of bounce.
(Image of Sophia Bush show to the side with a long bob blown out with lost of volume and texture)
Although this hairstyle looks gorgeous right after it has been cut, after approximately 4-6 weeks it starts to look slightly overgrown and shaggy. Make sure to keep it well trimmed.
A perfect way to encourage mega shine is to have a glaze like Wella Color Touch or Color Touch Relights added. In fact, you can ask your hair pro to add a double glaze which will add shine and vibrancy. Be sure to use color protective shampoo, conditioners and styling products.
This hairstyle is perfect to dress up with hair accessories to add extra glam.
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