Side-swept hair isn't just for long and extra-long hair. The long bob, or clavicut, is perfect for chic asymmetric styles, like this mid-length wavy bob, slicked down on one side.
A long bob that turns up the volume
One quarter slicked down, three-quarters in waves: this clavicut bob is both flexible and graphic. The slicked-back side doesn't just let you showcase a beautiful earpiece, it accentuates the freedom and movement of the loose, wavy section of hair: a perfect contrast.
An asymmetrical wavy bob that needs texture
This look is just for those with medium to thick hair: straight, fine hair lacks the texture needed for the waves, with a risk of the slicked-down side revealing the scalp. Though the result won't be as effective as with naturally thick hair, if you really want to try the look, a good layered cut and the right amount of texturising product can help.
A two-in-one product for a two-in-one hairstyle
To create this sophisticated but natural rock-chic look, L'Oréal Professionnel hairstylist Delphine Courteille recommends Scruff Me. When applied by an expert hand, this gel slicks down the hair on one side and tousles it on the other, without any sticky residue, creating a perfectly balanced asymmetry.