Shingle bob

Shingle bob

The shingle bob is a short hairstyle for women, introduced in 1924. Below a dome-shaped bob cut, the hair at the neck is razor cut very short in a v-shape.

It is also commonly referred to as a "graduated bob"

External links

* [ 1920s' piece] -
* [ Notebook - American Salon]

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