If you’re ready to add some drama and texture to your haircut, choppy styles are what’s needed to turn heads. Choppy cuts add volume, surface, and an eye-catching edge that any length could benefit from.
Angled Shaggy Bob
This angled, shaggy bob features wavy layers that fall to the jawline. It also includes curtain bangs with shorter layers at the top for face framing and longer ones in the back to create an eye-catching style.
Structured Choppy Cut for Fine Hair
Choppy cuts for fine hair can add volume and texture. This look usually has a blunt cut that ends just above the ear or is slightly longer. The layered, choppy tips require no styling products other than Redken Oil for All Multi-Benefit hair Oil Heat Protectant Spray to keep it looking healthy while creating this style. Adding some flip-in ends gives this cut added movement. This product protects against heat damage while controlling flyaways. To make this style with healthy locks in mind, use Redken Oil for All Multi-Benefit Heat Protectant Spray before blow-drying to help guard against heat damage while controlling flyaways and shortening drying time.
Stacked Choppy Bob
A layered bob with various lengths creates texture, movement, and volume in fine hair. This choppy haircut for long hair works equally well on either wavy or straight locks. Stacked choppy layers add dimension and movement to thick hair and heighten thin strands for volume. For this style, consider having your stylist razor-cut or point-cut the ends for a more accessible casual style. Make this style even more versatile by balayage or highlight coloring your hair, giving it a richer, more complex hue with natural highlights and lowlights that stand out. Wear this style for romantic and rock ‘n’ roll looks! It will grab people’s attention.
This choppy style is ideal for fine hair as it adds volume and definition, creating a modern bob look with added volume and definition. A mix between a classic bob and pixie cut, it can easily accommodate any desired style you may want to achieve and is easily manageable using hair gel or styling wax.
If your long, wavy hair often falls out or gets in your way when styling it, a choppy layer haircut may be an effective solution to adding dimension without compromising length. Ask your stylist to create a neck-length French bob with more choppy back layers while longer in front for an easygoing, cool-girl style; pair this cut with dark copper ginger shade dyed locks so the layers shine with every tousle.
While a messy bedhead coiffure requires extra product to maintain, it is undeniably chic. Ask your stylist to cut uneven layers with choppy layers for a modern and edgy style that still complements long, short, and medium-length haircuts. This textured hairstyle looks especially great with side-swept fringe and some lip gloss for that chic finishing touch – the result being something between punk rock and modern beauty all rolled into one!
Consult with your stylist first and try different looks before deciding if you’re choosing a choppy style. Choppy cuts can drastically change your hair, so make sure you won’t regret your decision later! Moreover, trying out various types will help determine which best complements your personality and face shape.