- 1 Wavy blunt bob with subtle layers
- 2 Long Wavy Graduated Bob with Wispy Bangs
- 3 Layered Bob with Messy Waves
- 4 Medium length layered bob with straight bangs
- 5 Soft layered bob for fine hair
- 6 Textured bob for thin hair
- 7 Neck-length layered bob with soft waves
- 8 Center part bob with layers
- 9 Wavy stacked bob with soft layers
- 10 Structured A-line bob cut
- 11 Jaw length layered wavy bob
- 12 Chin length wavy hair with bangs for square faces
- 13 Wavy bob hair for round faces
- 14 Messy shaggy bob for women over 50
- 15 Very short reverse cut with beachy waves
- 16 Wavy choppy bob
- 17 Fluffy bob style for wavy, thick hair
- 18 Wavy angled bob with side part
Wavy blunt bob with subtle layers
If you are bored with your hair, try a wavy blunt bob with subtle layers. A new layered cut might be just what you need to shake up your hair routine. A soft layered short haircut suits even the wavy hair, and you’ll be amazed at how quickly you can get ready for the day with just a few strands of a texturizing cream like R+Co Velvet Curtain Cotton Touch Texture Balm.
Long Wavy Graduated Bob with Wispy Bangs
For a longer version of a timeless French-inspired haircut, try a long, wavy, graduated bob with thin bangs. The triangular graduation pushes the hair forward, giving a slimming effect to a round or wide face. Ask your stylist for feathery bangs with longer corners as this will beautifully accentuate your cheekbones on your new long layered wavy bob hairstyle.
Layered Bob with Messy Waves
If you want to save time with a wash-and-go style, try a layered bob with messy waves. A chin-length layered bob for wavy hair is low-maintenance, youthful, and requires no hot tools to style. Naturally wavy hair just needs a little curl-enhancing product (like Color Wow’s Dream Coat Curly) and it air-dries beautifully with minimal effort.
Medium length layered bob with straight bangs
A layered wavy bob idea is a medium length layered bob with straight bangs. A wavy, layered bob with bangs accentuates the eyes, and short, choppy bangs make many women look years younger. Although many dread styling bangs every day, it really doesn’t take more than a minute to blow out the fringe area. Make sure to use a light heat protectant like Living Proof Restore Perfecting Spray before styling to keep hair as healthy as possible.
Soft layered bob for fine hair
A soft layered bob for fine hair gives the illusion of thickness and bounce. Fine hair tends to fall flat, and a short layered bob for wavy hair enhances the natural wave by shedding weight. Short hair with waves is fun and flirty, but also exudes confidence. You should use a product that tames frizz but provides a firm yet flexible hold throughout the day, such as B. Oribe Creme for Style.
Related: Check out more ideas for short wavy hairstyles.
Textured bob for thin hair
Try a textured bob for thin hair for volume and sass. When fine hair is too long, it becomes even thinner at the ends and falls flat. A short layered bob for thin, wavy hair adds movement and excitement to fine hair, making it appear thicker with minimal effort. Whether your hair has a natural wave or you use a hot tool to add the curls, a layered bob offers buildable volume that any woman with fine hair will appreciate.
Neck-length layered bob with soft waves
Rock a neck-length layered bob with soft waves for a style that will always be on trend. If you are looking for a layered hairstyle, wavy, layered bobs that end up on top of the shoulder offer a lot of versatility. They are long enough to be pulled back into a baby ponytail but short enough to be quickly styled with a flat iron. Try wearing this cut straight on day one, then add curls (and dry shampoo, of course) on days two and three for maximum wear between washes.
Center part bob with layers
A center-parted bob with layers is still a hot trend among women of all ages. A layered wavy bob is flattering on almost any face shape, and a center parting is especially flattering on oval faces. The key to this bob hairstyle is textured ends that are piecey and flirty and plenty of layers to add volume.
Wavy stacked bob with soft layers
Opt for a wavy, stacked bob with soft layers if you want a haircut that doesn’t take a lot of styling time. A bob with waves and layers just needs a quick blow dry and a few curls on top layer to look polished yet fun. Although this wavy layered haircut can be worn straight, a wavy style will keep you looking youthful and prevent fine hair from falling flat. For added volume at the roots, spritz on a texturizing powder like Puff.ME Volumizing Powder by Design.ME.
Structured A-line bob cut
A textured A-line bob cut works well for wavy hair. Using gliding haircut techniques, your stylist can strategically remove weight for an airy, soft look. To achieve a chunky parting of your waves, use a texturizing spray from Oribe Texture Spray after curling.
Jaw length layered wavy bob
If you have fine hair, consider a jaw-length wavy bob. The blended lift allows your stylist to keep the weight where it needs to be while adding volume at the parting with a layered haircut. For that effortless texture, scrunch the waves with a pomade to create separation and definition.
Chin length wavy hair with bangs for square faces
If you’re ready for a big change, try chin-length wavy hair with bangs for square faces. Women with square faces should avoid haircuts with hard lines – a wavy hairstyle with layers adds the softness needed to balance a square face. If you’re transitioning from long hair to a chin-length bob, be sure to learn a few tips and tricks from your hairstylist about layering products and blow-dry techniques so you can recreate the finished look.
Wavy bob hair for round faces
A wavy bob for round faces is like Romeo and Juliet under the hair—two things that shouldn’t go together, but somehow do. Round faces need something to add visual length and height. A short bob haircut shows off the length of the neck, and a layered style adds height to the crown of the head. Accentuate layered wavy bobs with a voluminous side part and defined curls.
Messy shaggy bob for women over 50
Forget those perfectly set golden girly curls—try a messy, shaggy bob for women over 50. The shattered layers and playful curls are youthful yet sophisticated. A layered wavy bob for women over 50 can help conceal thinning hair, which is very common in women over 50. Prep wet hair with a soft mousse like R+Co Chiffon and blow dry for extra volume and hold. Then curl it in alternating directions for a gorgeous undone finish.
Very short reverse cut with beachy waves
A very short inverted bob cut with beachy waves makes finely wavy hair appear thicker and enhances curl patterns. Don’t keep the front length shorter than the jawline—otherwise it will shorten and widen your face shape too much. A slight graduation in the hairstyle creates a flattering feminine curve in the back and soft layers on top add volume.
Wavy choppy bob
Consider a wavy choppy bob for medium to fine hair, especially if you have natural texture or wave. A layered bob for frizzy hair can be quickly straightened with flat iron curls. To achieve the perfect wavy choppy hair look, prep the hair with a straightening product that has some hold, blow dry and then use a 1 inch flat iron to add texture and waves.
Fluffy bob style for wavy, thick hair
If you are considering a layered wavy bob, try a fluffy bob style for wavy thick hair. A layered bob for thick wavy hair adds mega volume in all the right places. Make sure to talk to your stylist about adding enough layers at the back and top to achieve the shape you want. Don’t forget lots of curl cream to define curls and add bounce.
Wavy angled bob with side part
A wavy, angled bob with a side parting is perfect for women over 60. Consider a short bob if you want to cut down on grooming time. When styling a wavy, angled bob with layers, try using a flat iron to style soft big waves with straight ends for a modern finish.
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