Bob needs no more introduction, and neither does her classic cousin, choppy bob hairstyles. That’s because they’ve been around long enough to have many creative, eclectic characters. The unique styles below are a visual testament to this staying power over time and fashion trends.
The main attraction of choppy bob hairstyles
Choppiness enhances texture, and a structured cut is the easiest way to add exciting points to your hairstyles for a shorter length. Check out the examples below and you’ll see that this is a worthy option for your next cut.
Jaw-length shaggy haircut with side bangs
Choppy hairstyles are a breeze with a quality layered haircut and a good texturizer. When you also add a dimensional hair color like this multi-toned brown blonde, you can have an on-trend look at your fingertips with minimal effort.
Layered choppy bob
Want a cute hairstyle that’s just as easy to maintain as wash, condition, blow-dry, and walk out the door? This is the bob for you – and it’s especially great if your hair is lacking in volume. It will create an illusion of bulk most naturally: through layering.
Structured choppy blonde bob
A short choppy bob with soft layers is so alluring! What sets this look apart is the wavy texture and pearly blonde tone, making the style less edgy and feminine.
Cut with long thin layers
This layered bob is less predictable thanks to the mix of thick and thin, irregularly trimmed strands. Choppy long front parts are essential as they ground the chic tousled haircut.
Ash brown wavy bob for fine hair
When it comes to fine hair, chopped cuts look softer — wispy rather than rough and hairy. The ash brown bob gives off a delicate style with broken waves framing the face in a weightless cloud.
Short jagged bob
A choppy bob with jagged, slightly uneven layers is the height of the edgy style. Ask the stylist to work the layers with a razor for a feathered finish. This is the key to a bob with lots of lift and volume.
Jagged layers and copper stripes
A textured bob is never flat and lifeless. These medium-shaved layers are beautifully accentuated to enhance the inverted cut. Pro Tip – Copper brings out striking green eyes.
Choppy with curls
Curls add dimension and texture to any hairstyle. They are also the perfect ingredient for cute bobs. Loose spiral curls like these work best because they’re not heavy, nor have movement, and they don’t frizz or lose their shape quickly.
Choppy chocolate brown lob
The best thing about a shoulder-length style is that it can be relaxed but always looks stylish and cool. You also don’t need elaborate highlights to have vibrant colors. Go for an excellent chocolate brown that looks very rich in combination with a long bob.
Swoopy layers and longer front panels
Having hair in one length can be tedious, so flip it up and try an asymmetrical bob with longer pieces in the front and swept layers. It’s easy to avoid bangs with this style because you can cut long, graduated face-framing layers and achieve the same effect.
Choppy angel bob for wavy hair
With curly hair, it is important to choose the perfect bob for your texture. Cutting your hair at an angle will bring some volume out of your waves and curls, and this also creates an excellent inverted shape. Scatter in light caramel highlights to accentuate your ends.
Cute puffy ash-blonde bob
Speaking of messy, tousled hairstyles, they’re in, but you don’t have to go with all the 1980s volume to enjoy a little more root lift. An angled bob with slightly plucked roots gives your hair a rounded shape and works best when styled straight.
Short stacked golden brown bob
The choice of brown and honey blonde highlights makes for a gorgeous color duo that looks classy when paired with a short stacked bob. Keep your hair loosely curled or pinched for the best results with these incredible layers.
Messy silver bob with choppy ends
There is no doubt that the long choppy bob is the It style right now, but it is also important to make this cut your own and match it to your personality. Blunt ends and simplistic design suit someone who loves order and precision in life, while messier and choppy styles tend to resonate with spontaneous and quirky ladies. To make the style even more personal, maybe a silvery color or a dramatic blue-black?
Choppy bob with blonde highlights
This choppy bob for thick hair is amazingly shaggy and dimensional. Thanks to the sexy yet soft hair color of the dark blonde base with light blonde highlights, the style is more than enough to turn heads. The winning touch, however, is the chunky shafts, which are parted at the ends to offer tons of volume.
Stark white and choppy
It’s hard to say what’s even more intriguing about this hairstyle — the stunning silvery-white color or the edgy cut itself. It’s beautifully layered with rough, choppy edges, resulting in an effortless bedhead that’s both sexy and edgy Top point is.
Tousled and bobbed curls
Although choppy haircuts often look good on women with straight or slightly wavy hair, curls (whether natural or styled) loosen up choppy bob hair and create a more romantic look that would be another facet of your new bob.
Choppy bob with blunt ends
As the photo shows, a choppy bob haircut doesn’t always have to feature the over-popular layered ends. This cut is short and wavy, but the standout feature is the blunt ends, which add personality to the look and set it apart from similar styles.
Medium choppy bob
Do you want to avoid a big harvest? Consider bobs that are on the shorter side of medium length like this one. Get layers to create a sexy shaggy bedhead effect and walk out the door with a fabulous model that owes its success to a little finger combing and product.
Straight cut shaggy bob with bangs
This short choppy bob will make you fall in love with it at first sight. The overall choppy texture, delicately trimmed angled layers, and straight-cut edge creates a beautiful style that’s impossible to look away from. The muted copper is a modern shade for redheads.
Subtly highlighted straight-cut bob
The bob cut is timeless, but a touch of waves, wispy layers, and a balayage make it modern. Bobs are such an excellent choice in general because you can easily adapt them to suit your style. Plus, the short length is always a bonus thanks to its easy maintenance.
Tousled wavy bob with contrasting balayage
Layers are a smart choice for thick hair as they help tame volume and shape the cut better. Waves will adapt the book, but only in the best way. If you want big hair, a contrasting balayage will accentuate the fullness and depth of a textured bob.
Neat short bob with delicate layers
A graduated and choppy layered bob would have a more voluminous look than a one-length bob. This cut is the way to go if you’re someone with delicate curls. When it comes to styling, teasing is the number 1 trick to adding body to your tresses. And of course, set with a firm hold hairspray.
Unequal Chopped Praise
The angled bob is not only super stylish, but the long curls also make your short hair appear medium-length. The asymmetrical cut combined with wispy layers brings more movement to the hairstyle. It’s an effortless look and its texture only emphasizes that.
Pine bob with finely chopped ends
A straight-haired bob is no-nonsense. It’s clean, sophisticated, and incredibly bold in dark tones. The choppy ends add contemporary vibes to the classic cut and some movement to keep the short hairstyle from stagnating so much.