Textured Bob Hair Styles

French bob enthusiasts rejoice! Now, there is something just as tempting: the textured bob. Perfect for anyone ready to try something different without making significant commitments, this hairstyle provides the ideal opportunity to experiment without substantial obligations.

No matter the texture of your hair, there are ways to elevate a textured bob. Consider adding depth and dimension with balayage or highlights.

Choppy Bob with Side Part

This choppy bob is ideal for thick hair that requires extra texture. The cut features a flattering yet subtle balayage scheme with dark roots offset by light blonde highlights for an eye-catching, distinctive look. Asymmetrical side-swept bangs add extra flair and complete this stylish cut.

This short, choppy bob is ideal for anyone seeking a casual style. The textured look helps loosen up blunt lines and add movement, while its layers can remove bulk from poofy thick hair or add volume and texture to thin hair.

If you want to take your bob one step further, consider adding high and lowlights for added dimension and shine. They’ll bring out the best in your natural strands!

Long Bob with Side Part

Long bobs work well with many types of hair textures. From wavy and curly locks, to straight locks. Suppose you want to add volume or alter its shape by adding layers or creating a side part.

Long bobs with deep side parts are an aesthetically pleasing style for most face shapes. It helps elongate the face and draw attention to cheekbones while at the same time eliminating excess weight from fine or thin locks.

This gorgeous dusty rose shade bob features blonde highlights over brunette roots for an irresistibly seductive effect. Perfect for casual wear, this long asymmetrical bob hairstyle boasts a fun yet chic style!

Short Bob with Side Part

If you want a bob with an on-trend aesthetic, try wearing it with a deep side part. This look works well on any length bob and adds flirtiness. Furthermore, this style works wonders on thin or fine hair for creating an enhanced silhouette.

Straighten your hair for an eye-catching short bob with a deep side part and achieve a fashionable and timeless look that suits any special event or formal gathering. It will give your locks an impeccable, runway-worthy appearance for any special occasion!

A classic chin-length bob with a deep side part is a timeless style for anyone who appreciates classic cuts, yet this version stands out with its stunning deep side part and face-slimming qualities when combined with bangs.

Long Bob with Bangs

Long bobs with bangs are timeless looks that are easy to style and suit almost every facial structure. Try opting for a casual textured bob with bangs for everyday wear, or for added personality, opt for straight lobs with face-framing layers and side parts – then use a light texture spray to achieve volume in this look!

Wavy bobs with bangs make an attractive statement on women with thicker locks, as their length helps elongate their faces and elongate the features. You could add feathery wisps for a more dramatic effect, or curtain bangs are an alternative that pairs nicely with long bobs and suits most facial structures; soft yet delicate curtain bangs can even be worn swept to either side or center-parted to complete this style.

Short Bob with Bangs

Short bobs can be chic and flattering when they hit just below the chin, as they emphasize facial structure while drawing attention to eyes – particularly if coupled with full front bangs like Regina King, Kat Graham, or Zendaya. A chic short bob is ideal for this casual and everyday look!

Add volume and ease styling between salon visits with stacked layers for a dramatic spin on this hairstyle.

For those hesitant to commit to full bangs, Emma Roberts-inspired side-swept fringe or a piecey version with grunge edges may be just what you need to add some dimension and femininity to their look. Add even more femininity by accessorizing with an elegant clip or headband!