#21: ‘90s-Inspired Choppy Bob
Looking to channel some seriously star-inspired hair? This style is a hot throwback to everyone’s favorite ‘90s ‘do, The Rachel. The tousled layers softly frame the face and the cut itself is long, at least compared to other bobs.
#22: Choppy Chocolate Brown Lob
One of the best things about a shoulder-length style is that it can be so relaxed, yet always looks stylish and cool. You also don’t need elaborate highlights to have a vibrant color. Opt for a cool chocolate brown that looks rich when paired with a choppy long bob.
#23: Sleek Straight-Cut and Layered Bob
Layers in a short choppy bob can be smooth and subtle as well as volume-boosting, so if you want a haircut that’s rather sleek, go with thin, angled layers that build a polished rounded shape. Add in some blonde or silver highlights to make your hairstyle shiny.
#24: Delicate Stacked Golden Blonde Bob
While an A-line bob is more suitable for fine and medium hair texture, if you are blessed with a thicker mane, choose an angled bob with a side part to bring out the best of your thick hair.
#25: Swoopy Layers and Elongated Front Pieces
Having hair all one length can be boring, so switch it up and try an asymmetrical bob with longer pieces in the front and swoopy highlighted layers. This style is an easy way to avoid the commitment of bangs, because you can cut long, graduated face-framing layers and get the same banged effect!
#26: Brunette Bob with Light Choppy Layers
Even if you don’t have thick hair, a textured bob is easy to pull off with choppy bangs and layers. Embrace thin, wispy layers in your hair for a subtle movement and volume. Play with bangs brushing them onto the forehead or pinning to the side and opening your face.
#27: Delicate Sliced Bob with Messy Waves
The face-framing, peek-a-boo bangs have been swept to the side and blended into the textured waves falling over the ears. A rich, coffee-brown base color with highlights is perfect, and the combination of the two lends a textured appearance to the chin-length waves.
#28: Gray Brown Inverted Bob Shag
The silver-gray highlights over dark brown hair are a flattering and eye-catching color choice for a long choppy bob. The tousled, angled layers create a sense of depth and richness. The hairstyle has extra long front pieces that touch the clavicles in a cascade of face-framing waves.
#29: Messy Bob with Lowlights
The laidback nature of the messy choppy bob gets extra definition and dimension from lowlights. By adding some depth through color, the aesthetic is transformed from disordered and chaotic, to sophisticated and blasé.
#30: Stacked with a Bump
This bob has a voluminous bump that nearly reaches the heavens. It’s actually quite easy to copy this style with an angular bob cut – curls and waves help, along with some teasing, back combing, and maybe a few bobby pins.