10 Trending Bob Hairstyles

Sharp Contrast Bob

Year after year, we’re told that bob haircuts are back. We politely oppose — bob hairstyles at no time left. Indeed, the timeless style seems to be trendier than ever before. Bob is a classic haircut that will in no way go out of style. Considering the variety of ways and lengths to wear the look, there is surely a bob hairstyle to flatter anyone. It’s a haircut that looks great on most women, and even older women can carry off this hairstyle with élan.

Whether you choose long and loose or short and sleek, there are some things to consider when choosing your haircut. Even when a short bob hairstyle will complement those with a square face or robust features, a relaxed style with longer layers could be more suitable for those with a soft jawbone. Hence, you can be assured there is a style to flatter everyone.

The Platinum Bob

This dazzling, jaw-grazing bob is cut to perfection. Subtle texture is formed with a couple of layers, and the brow-length bangs are good for framing the face.

 

The Platinum Bob

The Platinum Bob

This sleek bob haircut would likely complement any face shapes. The bangs render it perfect for long foreheads and more oval face shapes. Fine to medium thickness is preferred, and so straight texture will work best.

 

Layered Bob Locks

Layered bob haircut is cut at chin length with medium length layers cut into it to bring in shape and a little bit volume. The side bangs add drama and also face framing.

Layered Bob Locks

Layered Bob Locks

Round faces are going to look and feel perfect with this layered hairstyle. Medium to thick hair could be best for this bob haircut since the layers help take off some weight. Straight hair or one with a subtle natural wave can get this look done.

Hint: If your hair is frizzy, spend more time on blowout to ensure your strands are smoothed as they dry. It helps you at the time you flat iron once your hair is dry.

 

Sharp Contrast Bob

This two-toned bob haircut is perfect for romantic ladies only! The bright copper color underneath is touched with midnight black on the surface. The haircut is layered around the face for overall flexibility and texture.

Sharp Contrast Bob

Sharp Contrast Bob

Considering the weight at the bottom part of the haircut, it will look nice on heart-shaped faces. Thick hair tamed straight is ideal for this bob hairstyle.

 

Swirl Bob

This chin length bob haircut appears much like a vanilla and caramel sundae. Yum! Layers are minimal, yet the color along with the steeply angled side bangs makes this bob haircut stand out from the crowd.

Swirl Bob

Swirl Bob

All face shapes could rock this haircut. Try out more forward bangs if you have an oval shaped face. Thin to thick hair that can be flat iron would give a good result.

Hint: Excessive heat can dry out and damage your strands, so give your hair a break from flat ironing or the dryer on the weekends.

 

Simple Elegance

This stunning, chestnut-colored bob drops past the chin with beveled layers to round it out at the base. Short side bangs help to frame the face and also add balance to longer face shapes.

Simple Elegance

Simple Elegance

Just any kind of face shapes rocks this cute bob haircut. Finer textured hair either thin or thick is right for this haircut.

 

Red Vixen

This shoulder-grazing bob haircut bears a slight a-line (a bit longer in the front than in the back) then chiseled bangs with layers around the front part. Try adding this wild red for a completely stunning look!

Red Vixen

Red Vixen

Round and square face shapes are best complemented with this elongating bob. Fine to thick hair that is straightened would be perfect.

 

The Flared Out Bob

This hairstyle looks a little bit editorial, yet quite stylish and wearable. The bangs are indeed the “cherry on top” on this must-try look!

The Flared Out Bob

The Flared Out Bob

Medium textured hair with a bit of natural wave is ideal for this look. All face shapes would be complemented with this styling.

This bob haircut shows that you simply don’t have to be confined to one particular way of wearing your bob. Explore the part, the texture, and your cut to put a unique, modern twist on a classic look.

 

Glamour Bob

This bob hairstyle is cut slightly past the chin with little or no layering. Side bangs are cut to curve into the jawline, forming a great asymmetrical look. Square faces would actually be softened up with this sultry bob hairstyle.

Glamour Bob

Glamour Bob

Medium to thick hair that has a smooth texture is perfect for this look.

Hint: Glam up your appearance further with the right accessory and makeup selections.

 

To the Point Bob

This stylish bob haircut has longer parts angled out in the front part to add taste. The hair is parted slightly to the side with an undercut to have the style flipped under.

To the Point Bob

To the Point Bob

Square and round shaped faces will look thinner with this elongating haircut. Thin to thick hair works on those with naturally straight hair.

Hint: When choosing a new haircut, think about the amount of time it takes to style. If you’ve got curly or frizzy hair and want a sleek style, be sure you can achieve the look with the tools you have.

 

Sweet Texture Bob

This super charming bob has a great deal of blended layers and soft side bangs. It is ideal for thinner or medium haired ladies with finer hair. The layers help add shape and volume. Each and every face shapes could do this bob haircut.

Sweet Texture Bob

Sweet Texture Bob

Hint: Slightly tease your crown area to help create more volume or lasting power if your hair often falls flat.

 

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