Bob hair is always popular in the hair fashion world. No matter how fast the hair fashion changes, bob hair still has a place. Bob hair with bangs is such a wonderful choice for round face too, because it will make your round face look smaller. Bob hairstyles with bangs are often used by celebrities, because the bob hair will make the total look so chic and so gorgeous when they have proper dresses on. And the bangs can make your eyes more attractive in the spotlight.
A bob with bangs is any bob cut paired with a fringe. There are many types of bobs to match perfectly with bangs. This includes a lob, stacked, angled, A-line, blunt, inverted and more. Long, short, layered, textured — there is literally a beautiful bob out there for every face shape and hair type. Add a sweet set of bangs to the mix, and you’ve got one hot look!
Here we give you 40 charming and gorgeous bob haircuts and hairstyles with bangs which you would love to try for the coming holiday. Enjoy the holiday season with your new haircut and hairstyle!
Copper Layered Bob with Bangs
A chin length bob is an ideal way to showcase sharp angular features like these striking cheekbones. For ladies with thin hair, this choppy cut is a great way to add texture and fullness without curls. The thin highlights, also known as babylights, add a glimmer of color throughout the style as opposed to the heavy, streaky highlights of the past.
Wispy Bob with Light Layers and Bangs
A bob with lightweight, wispy layers is great for anyone with thicker hair who doesn’t want to feel weighed down. Making the shortest layers at the back of the crown the same length as your bangs up front also helps to create an overall sense of balance.
Inverted Bob with Ombrè
An easy way to add length around the face is with an inverted bob that moves from the back of the neck to the shoulder because it draws the eye down. Soften the severe cut with a mix of subtle blonde ombrè highlights that brighten dark chocolate locks. This stunning look is polished enough for work and fairly sexy for the weekend.
Medium Messy Waves with Side Bangs
As Beyoncé says, “I woke up like this.” Bed head is the ultimate sexy texture for a blunt or textured shoulder length cut. Wispy side bangs blend seamlessly into the messy waves for a carefree look that invokes the mysterious yet approachable nature of the “girl next door.” This hairstyle works best with fine and medium thick hair textures.
Cute Tousled Short Brown Bob
If you’re worried about a jaw length cut feeling like no hair at all, try a bob with bangs that’s got thickness and volume up at the crown. Skip piecey layers and lightweight bangs and go all in with full front bangs and an almost bowl-like shape — think Beatles, but elevated and ready-to-wear.
Blunt and Layered Caramel Brown Bob
A bob cut that’s chopped straight across at the bottom is unique and looks best when worn straight to emphasize the sharp line. Up top, go for a deep middle part right through the bangs to mirror the blunt bottom, and let caramel highlights add a little life to an otherwise linear finish.
Blunt Bob with Side Bangs
A super chic, no-nonsense straight bob works best when hair is just above the shoulder length and cut at an angle towards the face. Rather than opting for front-facing bangs, try out their cooler older sister: a long, layered side bang. Blow dry your bang to sweep away from your frame towards the back of the head for a little contrast.
Chin-Length Choppy Ash Blonde Bob
Short Textured Bob with Choppy Bangs
Nothing enhances a layered haircut quite like a contrasting color, and this lavender shade really makes a statement against a darker base. Go for a chin length with super choppy layers, and comb a shine serum through strands for a piecey wet-look finish that’s edgy and sleek.
Classy A-Line Bob with Fringy Edges
When bob haircuts with bangs feel particularly perfected and coiffed, they can give off serious Anna Wintour, magazine-editor, boss babe vibes. Talk about a power cut! For this take, ask your hair stylist to keep it A-line, then add in a frame around the face and straight across bangs that hit right at the brows.
Wavy Sun-Kissed Bob with Bangs
When you have curly or wavy hair texture, a layered bob can really enhance your hair’s natural body. If you’ve got stick-straight strands and want to create mermaid hair of your own, wrap large sections loosely around a 1”curling wand, and spritz the finished look with some sea salt spray for an added beachy finish.
Sliced Blonde Bob with Short Bangs
While in your childhood you might have been terrified of a haircut with bangs of a too short length, the French consider cropped bangs to be quite cute and stylish. To keep the cut intentional and avoid the risk of looking childish, make things edgy with sliced layers and a slightly A-line shape.
Shaggy Brown Layers
Cute with a side of sass, this is what happens when a bob meets a shag. Super modern and super playful, this cut would work especially well with naturally wavy hair: blow out the bangs, scrunch in some product, then go forth and be sexy.
Cropped Flipped Out Bob
While many short bobs with bangs feature cured under ends, flipped out tips are a unique and playful alternative. To style a flip that feels fun and not overdramatic, use a flat iron to curve the bottom of the hair slightly outward. Paired with fringe, the style is certainly youthful, so stick to a solid hair color throughout.
Choppy Rounded Blonde Bob
If an angular cut isn’t your thing, ask your stylist to use face-framing layers to create what’s referred to as a rounded bob. The overall shape should be somewhat circular, with the layers slightly choppy to avoid appearing blocky. Go for straight-across front bangs to break things up a bit.
Jaw-Length Choppy Chocolate Brown Bob
Why contour your jawline when your haircut can do it for you? This shape features a super-sharp length that hits right at the jaw, coupled with some softer, shorter layers and bangs up top. The combination results in a look that’s fierce yet flirty; plus, your jawline guideline will help you notice when it’s time for a trim.
Side-Parted Jagged Brown Bob
A deep side part is essential for achieving those dramatic, in-your-face side-swept bangs. If you notice at first that you can’t make the bangs stay in place, train them over time by using a bobby pin to help them maintain their swoop. Pair the bangs with messy long layers and finish with some dry shampoo for a grungy touch.
Short Messy Brunette Bob with Bangs
Who says very short hair can’t be styled? While you might not want to curl a crazy short bob, using a texturizing paste to add some wave can generate volume and movement for a simple, short cut. Take some product and use your fingers to work it through the hair, twisting and scrunching to achieve a carefree, lived-in look.
Tousled Bob with Jagged Fringe
Ever since Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso sported her micro bangs, they’ve stayed on-trend. This version is choppy and uneven, creating a quirky and playful look that’s congruent with the tousled bob.
Flawless Rounded Brunette Bob
A sleek, rounded bob is a hit for most hair types thanks to its ability to be easily styled. Simply grab a flat iron and go over the strands until pin straight, letting the shape of the layers mould a curve from the nape of the neck towards the chin. Finish by spritzing a dry oil all over for some bonus shine.
Short Sculpted Brown Bob
An updated shape of the classic bob can be sculpted with two-tier layers. The best layers work with your bone structure, not against it, so a consultation with your stylist before the big chop is a must. Ask for lines that compliment your facial features to make sure the final product is wearable for you.
Super Short Bangs
Somewhere in between a pixie and a chin-length cut, this bob hairstyle with bangs definitely works best for women with oval face shape, as it highlights the widest part of the visage. Super short bangs can be hard to pull off, but when they are executed correctly, they add a cute gamine touch to the look. Pink highlights are a fun way to show off a spunky personality.
Medium Bob with Heavy Bangs
Black women who want to protect their strands can try a sleek bob with extensions and silk closures. This allows you to experiment with a variety of different styles without the damage due to aggressive elements or repeated use of hot tools.
Blunt Bob with Full Bangs
A natural color, crisp edges, and a nice angle, this is a modern take on Pulp Fiction’s Mia Wallace. AKA: this angled chin length bob is for the coolest of cool girls. Pair it with a quiet confidence and an air of mystery for best results.
Stacked and Layered Bob
Cute bobs are often made cuter with killer color, and here’s the perfect example of that. This layered bob with bangs was a fun style to begin with, but after being balayaged with a deep plum hue, the added depth makes those layers really stand out. So perfectly moody!
Long blonde Layered Bob
An angular, choppy shape; short, blunt bangs; a cool platinum shade – this bob with bangs isn’t just modern, it’s futuristic. Great for fine or thin hair, try it out now and you’ll be light years ahead of the style game.
Glamorous Vintage Inspired Cut
The 1920s will always be a favorite decade among the fashionable crowd, as it was full of glitz and glamour. This polished, carefully-coifed inverted bob with bangs is similar to the signature style of the ever popular flappers. If you are a woman who appreciates vintage charm, try this look and finish with major mascara and a classic red lip.
Vintage Vixen Hairstyle
Some short haircuts with bangs will never go out of style, and this is one of them. The shape of this wavy, slightly angled bob calls to mind visions of babes from the past, but its side swept bangs and tousled curls give it a more modern feel. Side note: it’s also the perfect bob for girls who like to *twirl* their hair!