How to Style a Brunette Bob Haircut

A classic bob is an enduring style, perfect for every complexion and styling option. Straight or curled with bangs – there are endless ways to wear this timeless cut!

Center partings and full fringes pair well with jaw-length brown bobs, creating the ultimate girl next-door look. Add in some subtle balayage streaks for an even more significant impact!

Long Bob with Layers

Long bobs with layers are an easy and stylish way to add dimension and body to your hair, perfect for all face shapes. Try adding highlights for a dramatic finish!

This angled bob with balayage highlights is a fun, textured style perfect for summer. The highlights meld beautifully into its brunette base, and the choppy ends add an eye-catching and seductive edge.

Long Bob with Balayage

Blondes look gorgeous when their blonde tones are subtle yet gorgeous, like this long bob with stunning balayage and warm and cool blonde hues for added dimension to their locks.

Shadow roots add dimension and extend between salon visits for root touchups, creating this stylish balayage bob as an effective solution to keeping hair looking new and modern without over-commitment to maintenance.

Pink and lavender balayage tones make an eye-catching fashion statement combined with a wavy bob! Their pastel shades look stunning against their layers, making this style easy to manage and care for.

Long Bob with Waves

Try this wavy long bob if you’re in the mood for something more playful. It’s subtle waves and full fringe create a stylish and feminine appearance, while adding balayage highlights can further specify it.

This long bob with waves is ideal for medium to thick hair types. The natural brown hue and texturized ends give this style its signature natural aesthetic, while its wavy texture adds volume.

No matter if it’s sleek and straight like Aldridge’s style, with wet-look waves like Qualley or lacquered kiss curls on Graham, an inverted bob with bangs, is on trend yet timeless.

Long Bob with Choppy Layers

Asymmetrical choppy layers transform a classic bob into an eye-catching style for every face shape. Seen on Aldridge, Qualley, Graham, or Faris in their red carpet appearances or as textured waves on Faris in Faris’ signature texture, this look is timeless but always on trend.

Light brown highlights add depth to this straight bob, creating natural-looking layers and movement in its layers. Add soft bangs for an additional feminine and seductive style.

Long Bob with Flyaways

One of the most versatile brunette bob hairstyles, this look can be styled in numerous ways. For instance, styling this style with side-swept bangs may help conceal wide cheeks for an aesthetically pleasing silhouette.

Conversely, a sleek and expensive bob with flicked-out ends is more of a red carpet-inspired style. Aldridge can wear hers with a slight crown lift, smooth texture, or lacquered kiss curls for a timeless effect.

Short Bob with Layers

Choppy layers offer an alternative for those not drawn to the precision required by traditional bobs with perfectly straight edges; hairstylists can use this chin-length short layered bob to create loose waves that frame their face for an elegant and refined look.

This chin-length layered bob is perfect for adding drama to any look. Completed with stunning highlights that add depth, this piece makes an impactful statement about their personality and sense of style.

Short Bob with Choppy Layers

The choppy bob is ideal for women looking to project bold yet feminine qualities. Worn center-parted or with side-swept bangs, this chic yet modern hairdo looks stylish and contemporary – plus, it works well across various shades from blonde to brown!

This medium-length bob is chic with its angled layers and subtle stacking. Add subtle balayage for an even more significant visual impact! Wavy locks soften this style for added romance.

Short Bob with Ombre

Bobs are an ideal way to add stunning ombre hues into shorter locks, and this incredible crop finishes just above the jaw, transitioning from dark brown to light blonde and then featuring shell pink as an eye-catching frame color! She even worked her locks into loose curls to emphasize this lovely transition!

Not all ombres have to be dramatic, as this example demonstrates. This lady sports a subtle dual-color ombre that beautifully complements her natural blonde locks.