#1: Modern Choppy Center-Parted Bob
When it comes to modern, choppy, center-parted bobs, I recommend a layered shape. Layering will give the hair a lot of texture and movement throughout. It’s best suited for fine or medium textured hair types and straight or slightly wavy locks. It will provide enough structure while still looking effortless and carefree. Point cutting can extend the length of time your hairstyle will last. It removes bulk.
#2: Copper-Toned Shaggy Bob Cut
Do you fancy layered hairstyles? Ask for a copper-colored messy bob haircut! This unique hairstyle isn’t just fashionable. It’s also becoming a timeless style that garners attention and never goes out of fashion.
#3: Edgy Choppy Bob for Short Hair
If you want a style with more volume and cool factor but have fine hair, opt for a short haircut like an edgy, choppy bob. You should use a texture spray like Hairstory Undressed to boost volume and waviness in this choppy chin-length bob.
#4: Electric Bronze Choppy Bob
This electric bronze choppy bob is a bold and dynamic look for women with short, messy hair and fringe. The cut features choppy layers that create volume and movement. While the fringe adds a touch of sophistication. This style works best for those with naturally straight or slightly wavy hair. It allows the layers to fall into place effortlessly. When you style, start with damp hair and apply a volumizing spray at the roots if you want maximum volume. Blow dry your hair with a round brush, creating volume while keeping the layers separate. Finish with a texturizing spray to give the hair some grit and enhance the choppy effect.
#5: Center-Parted Choppy Bob
The center-parted choppy bob is a highly sought-after hairstyle. This versatile cut works well for women of all ages. Texture can be added by slide cutting in the occipital and point cutting the perimeter. The choppy layers provide volume, while the center part frames the face beautifully. I recommend blow-drying hair with a round brush to style this look to create a smooth finish. Spend time using a one-and-a-quarter-inch iron and bend and slide the iron through the hair. Add texturizing spray to enhance the choppy layers and add definition.
#6: Choppy Bob with Lots of Volume
For women who want a classic and chic look, a short choppy bob with lots of volume is a great option. This bob is perfect for those who want to add volume and texture to their hair without losing too much length. The blunt ends of the cut emphasize the clean lines and add to the sharpness of the look. To style, I suggest applying a volumizing hair spray or foam to damp hair. Then, blow dry with a round brush, paying close attention to lifting the hair at the roots. This technique helps to give the hair a lot of volume.
#7: Tousled Blonde Choppy Bob Cut
Go for an edgy twist with a tousled, blonde choppy bob cut. When it comes to a tousled choppy bob, it looks effortless, but it does take some styling. Soft and messy layers will give your hair some volume and texture, perfect for fine hair. If you have thick hair, thin it out in bulky areas to have it sit currently and to make styling easier.
#8: Chic Textured Bob with Choppy Ends
A chic textured bob with choppy ends is the perfect way to make a bold yet modern style choice. Consider opting for this straight choppy bob if you need something edgy and versatile. It looks great blow-dried straight or styled into carefree waves. There are lots of styling opportunities! I suggest asking your stylist to use thinning scissors when cutting shorter layers around your face. That will create texture and add depth and movement without making the look too heavy.
#9: Honey Blonde Balayage on a Short Choppy Cut
A good haircut can update your look. For a big change such as this one, you must have a very thorough consultation with your stylist. If you’ve been thinking about a huge transformation such as this, don’t be afraid to try it.
#10: Chic Micro Bob Hairstyle with Long Bangs
Bobs come in varying lengths and designs. When deciding what’s best for you, it’s helpful to consider your texture and density. A style like a jaw-length choppy bob or any chic micro bob hairstyle works best for fine to medium density and smooth to curly formation. I suggest participating in the styling portion while at the salon so that you can become versed in recreating the look at home.
#11: Blonde Textured French Bob
Update your look with a blonde textured French bob. A short chin-length bob is low-maintenance and easy-breezy. If you want to make your locks look thicker, add some textured layers and waves. You should try using a flat iron to curl or use the curling iron with the ends to get more of a wave. Use some texture paste and mess up.
#12: Cool Golden Blonde Tousled Bob
A cool, golden-blonde bob would look great tousled and choppy. Direct everything to the back and point cut at a 90-degree angle from the crown. Do this after razoring the perimeter at your desired length. One of the best ways to style is to wrap small sections in a curling iron, moving away from your face. If you can manage, avoid too much heat, and go in for regular trims, your bob will look great. Otherwise, you may let it grow until the shoulder length, and you’ll have an equally gorgeous long, choppy bob.
#13: Creamy Blonde Razored Bob
Are you transitioning from a warm blonde to a creamy blonde? It’s a small season shift that makes an impact. I advise gathering some photos of inspiration to showcase your favorite hues. Don’t forget to jazz up your hair with a fresh cut like a razored bob.
#14: Textured with Natural Highlights
A short textured bob with natural highlights is very fashionable. But, only as long as you talk to your hairstylist about doing a natural lived-in color. My professional opinion is to do a root shadow. This color technique will give a soft, natural highlighted look. The best way to achieve texture in your hair is to use a large curling iron. If you want to invest in a curling iron, I recommend the GHD iron.
#15: Vibrant Copper
Be in the spotlight with a vibrant copper hairdo. A bright shade of copper paired with a bob haircut is just the style you have been looking for. Tousled waves show off the multi-dimensional tones and shine. A choppy bob suits all different hair types and textures, and you can’t go wrong.
#16: Jet Black Choppy Layers
If you’re searching for a striking style, consider a jet-black bob with choppy layers. A strong bob line on black hair is edgy and beautiful. My advice is to make sure you style your cut with the ends straight, not turned under. This will give you a modern shape that is super visual. It may be helpful to use a flat iron to achieve that finish.
#17: Textured and Blunt Bob with Purple Highlights
Can you see yourself in a blunt bob with added texture and purple highlights? A blunt French bob is one of the best cuts for fine hair because it creates fullness through the perimeter, giving the illusion of more hair. A little added texture will create interesting pieces in your hair with some movement.
#18: Sassy Choppy Layered Blonde Bob
A choppy blonde bob with layers will be your favorite hairstyle. If you’re a blonde, you will have more fun. The choppy layers and chunky bob style say it all. Keep in mind that with heavy blonde highlights, you will need to visit the salon about every 6 weeks. You don’t have to worry about face shapes because this cut complements almost every girl. You will want to blow dry with a shine spray and a large round brush for a sexy finish.
#19: One-Length Choppy Layered Bob
Go for a stunning style and try a one-length, choppy, and layered bob. Fine, straight hair will look fuller and have tons of texture if chipped into wispy layers. Worn wavy or straight, the tousled soft layers always look full of body and have an easy-breezy, fun textured style.
#20: Dramatic A-Line Choppy Bob
Turn heads with a dramatic choppy a-line bob cut. This short to medium choppy bob will work on all face shapes and hair textures and give you an edgy feel. With or without bangs, an a-line bob is a keeper. If you’re looking for versatility, this beautiful shape can be worn blown straight or curled. The short back gives an a-line its kick, so keep it in shape with a trim about every 5 weeks.
#21: Stacked Blonde Bob
A blonde bob is a classic style. The stacked back will be cut in a round shape to create added volume. Styling with a volume cream, blow dryer, and round brush to hold volume. Finish with volumizing texture cream or volumizing dry shampoo.
#22: Short One-Length Choppy Bob with Waves
A short, one-length, choppy bob with waves is the perfect haircut for fine hair. The clean one-length shape adds weight, while soft texturizing enhances volume. Ask your stylist for a rooty golden beach blonde balayage to compliment the waves. If you wait for a few weeks, this makes a good choppy lob haircut.
#23: Chin-Length Choppy Layered Bob
This is a chin-length choppy layered bob. I love the blunt edge and how you can achieve a piecey style.
Choppy short bobs are easy for most hair types but require your commitment to styling or touching up daily. A fun trick with hair this length is not having to curl all the hair. You can add curls to the top layers only, and it looks great!
#24: A Very Short Choppy Bob
A very short choppy bob haircut is symbolic of being wild and free and ready to take on anything. All those soft waves and textures are reminiscent of carefree, youthful days, while the interlaced highlights give any lady a glimpse of beauty and exquisiteness.
#25: The Choppy and Short Inverted Bob
This shaggy, choppy short inverted bob haircut boasts layers and volume, thanks to its choppy texture. The waves emphasize this feature, which makes a great addition to the style even more. A choppy wavy bob like this gives great definition and movement. The tousled style in this shaggy bob haircut has that natural look.
#26: Dark Brunette Choppy Bob with Fringe
This short and choppy French bob with bangs look is always cute and chic! The full fringe and soft waves add a warm touch of youthfulness to the cut. This is one of the most popular short, choppy bob haircuts out of L.A. and Austin, TX.
#27: Jaw-Length Textured Choppy Curly Bob
Adding layers to this choppy curly bob introduces a new breath of chic to the look. Not only does it contribute a kind of energetic appeal, but it also minimizes styling, as the curls and the highlights already work perfectly to give you your best curly piecey bob look.
Related: See more jaw-length choppy bobs with bangs.
#28: Wavy Short A-Line Bob with Choppy Layers
This trendy A-line bob on short, choppy hair is so much fun with the texture and multidimensional color. It can be worn straight or wavy and still looks great! I love how soft the graduation is in the back; the layers give the hair more volume.
This choppy, jagged bob will complement a heart or oval face shape and can be styled wash and wear, flatiron, blow dry, or curl. Depending on which way you like to style, it determines what kind of product you would use. I used the Moroccan oil light to add moisture, shine, and frizz control and a thermal protector to prevent damage to your locks from the curling iron.
#29: Neck-Length Choppy Bob for Fine Hair
Go for a child-like look on your bob for fine hair. The straight-cut edge is a contemporary way to display such a choppy bob on short hair, resulting in a chic modern lady.
Related: Short choppy bobs for fine hair.
#30: Choppy Pixie Bob with Texture
Sleek locks create a perfect canvas for textures to be highlighted. Multiple chops in this choppy pixie bob make an edgy look, with the side-swept bangs completing the package.
#31: Jagged Choppy Bob for Thin Hair
This jagged, choppy bob for thin hair creates an impressive, full-bodied short hairstyle! A remarkable way to build up the texture on a short choppy bob for thin hair like this is to create layers. The cut has choppy layers that offer the tresses extra details. It’s the easiest go-to crop if you’re trying to avoid a blunt cut.
#32: Straight Short Choppy Bob with Bangs
This is a straight, short, choppy bob with bangs that appears better with a naturally wavy texture. This hairstyle is the perfect solution for the uneven trims caused by a previous haircut. It’s a cute, modern take on a normal bob but with all the face-framing qualities that the bangs offer.
#33: Textured Short Choppy Bob for Thick Hair
It’s always a risk of getting frumpy, untamed hair when going for a short layered bob. This is the perfect short, choppy (and layered) bob for thick hair. Luckily, soft waves give the desired texture that is both a taming look for the soft, messy choppy bob for short hair and a sophisticated style that is wearable throughout.
#34: Choppy and Short Stacked Bob Haircut
Choose a choppy and short stacked bob cut for a fresher, more elegant style. If the hair has a very subtle wavy texture, this hairstyle works the best. Choppy short bob haircuts have textured ends for movement, which go well on fine tresses. This one has shorter textured layers on top to create height and volume. Such edgy bob haircuts can be worn by women with denser locks, too, by undercutting the crown area.
#35: Short Graduated Bob with Bangs on Straight Hair
This is a short graduated bob with bangs that looks polished when sleeker. It fuses a short, choppy bob hairstyle and a graduated bob cut. These choppy bob styles work best on women with fine to medium hair thickness.
#36: Messy Short Angled Bob
This short angled bob with choppy layers gets more dimension when you use the balayage technique. The short-length messy bob cut is textured and choppy, which creates a lot of movement throughout the hair. If you have fine hair, this cut creates the illusion of fullness. This chopped bob is versatile and looks fantastic on straight and curly hair.