#1: Neck-length bob with curtain bangs
Opt for a one-length bob with curtain bangs for thick hair. Consider shortening your hair to remove some weight from your circumference. Determine with your stylist if you should get bangs with a short choppy bob and what length you need to cut to highlight your unique features.
#2: Center part bob with subtle waves
A center parted bob paired with soft waves will keep you up to date with all the new trending styles. A neck length bob cut will really show off your neck and jawline structure while making you feel pretty and professional as it gives your tresses a sleek, luxurious finish.
#3: Easy to style blonde bob for short hair
Try an easy-to-style blonde bob if you have short hair and want a fun, classy look. Beautiful for fine or thin hair, neck length haircuts are perfect for adding body and youth to your limp hair.
#4: Soft wavy bob with side bangs
A soft, wavy bob with side-swept bangs would be great for your next big cut. Hairstyles for neck length hair are perfect for any hair texture. Ask your stylist about side bangs to soften your bob.
#5: Side Part Fluffy Haircut
Try a fluffy hairstyle with a slight side parting. Lobs can be a great neck length hairstyle if you have thick hair. Consider asking your stylist to texturize your ends with point cutting or razor work to add some movement to your thick bob. With a 2 inch barrel you can create barely visible waves.
#6: Easy-care haircut for straight hair
Looking for a low maintenance haircut because of your straight hair? Try a neck length bob! Super straight curls tend to look fuller in shorter haircuts, but that doesn’t mean a certain level of maintenance isn’t necessary. Remember that a sharp haircut adds life and fullness to straight strands and keeps your style on trend.
Related: Best ideas for short straight bob hairstyles.
#7: Neck-grazing cut with subtle layers
A halter cut paired with subtle layers is versatile in terms of styling, which is great if you love wearing your hair both straight and curly and everything in between. Keeping your length cut blunt and straight will add body to your hair, while the subtle layers help add some softness and shape to your hair, which makes layered hairstyles very desirable.
#8th: Blonde bob with side parting
Look super sassy with a side-parted bob. Bobs are so versatile and look great on all different hair types and textures. To get soft blonde waves, you need to use a big curling iron with lots of texturizing spray. Styling is a must to get a messy, vibrant texture.
#9: Modern layered shag
The trend now is the modern shag with layers. If you like effortless, cool-looking style, the shaggy cut is for you! Of all the neck length layered haircuts, a shag really suits your face shape and features. Make sure you find a stylist who is knowledgeable about shag haircuts as these cuts can be tricky.
#10: Tousled loose waves on short hair
The tousled loose waves take a classic bob to a whole new level. A bob or short haircut will add thickness and volume to your hair. If you want to add some life to your short hair, adding some simple waves adds so much style. Waves can be done with a three-quarter to one inch curling iron or a wand if you prefer. Holding the iron upright while curling creates this tousled beachy look. Always comb your curls with your fingers or with wide teeth once they have cooled.
#11: Center-parted long bob with bangs
You will be irresistible with a long bob with a center part. If you dye your hair, ask for face-framing coins and let your cut and color stand out. Make sure to blow dry your hair straight and then use a 1 1/4 flat iron to curl it for a silky soft wave. You should try braiding tiny braids hanging at the front for an interesting hair idea. Praise with coins is always an eye-catcher in my salon.
#12: Face-framing bob cut for oval faces
If you have an oval face, a face-framing bob cut is a perfect choice. You want the long bang to hit your cheek for the best balance. Women who are unsure of their face shape, don’t be afraid to ask your stylist. You should blow dry your bob to a silky finish, using straightening cream and a large round brush. A bob grows well, so you can lengthen your cuts about every 6-7 weeks.
#13: Short side swept hairstyle
A short hairstyle gives off a chic yet flirty vibe. If you are looking for a short neck length cut, try a side swept hairstyle. This deep side part creates so much more volume and movement than if your hair were parted in the middle.
Ask your stylist for tips on adding waves to your cut. Usually, a curling iron is the best and easiest option. Wrap your hair around the wand in small 1 inch sections while holding it vertically, leaving the ends open and straight. Finish off your style with a dry paste or texturizing spray.
#14: Straight lob cut for thick hair
Consider a straight lob cut if you have thick hair. You can rock a short haircut even if you have thick hair. If you don’t want your hair to be too big and bulky, ask your stylist to add some texture. Texturizing your hair will help remove volume and add some movement.
#fifteen: Neck length haircut with beachy waves
Go for a loose, breezy style with a halter-neck haircut with beachy waves. A short hairstyle is fun and sophisticated and easy to manage. Styling your hair is the key to a vibrant beachy wave. A curling iron can be used to create loose waves and a texturizing spray should be used to complete your style.
#16: Neck-Grazing Choppy Bob for Thin Hair
We love a choppy bob if you are a woman with thin hair. Some haircuts fall flat, but neck length hairstyles work best for thin hair. Decreasing the length removes weight and gives your fine hair a boost that instantly makes it appear thicker and fuller. Style your hair with a volumising mousse and roughly dry it with a blow dryer. Add some loose waves with a larger barrel iron and leave the ends straight.
#17: Long bob with feathered ends for women over 50
If you are a woman over 50, consider a long bob with feathered ends. A neck length hairstyle is easy to maintain with its short length. The chipping at the ends brings softness and movement to your hair. You can use a blow dryer and a round brush to style to get sleek and funky ends.
#18: Messy neck length hair
Messy hair is chic, sexy and feminine. This short style blends into your hair’s natural texture. Should you decide to go for this hairstyle, be prepared to style your hair in no time. Straight to slightly wavy hair suits this style best. Apply some styling cream, mousse or texturizing cream and you’re out the door.
#19: Neck-length blunt bob
Make your fine hair look fuller with a neck-length blunt bob. A trendy bob with blunt ends gives your tresses a bold look and a fuller look. Girls who want a short bob style should take care to keep their ends fresh by having them trimmed every 4-6 weeks.
#20: Classic neck-length cut with full fringes
A great option for any face shape is the classic neck-length cut with fringes. Neck-length hair with bangs flatters any face shape, and your stylist can adjust the face-framing to accentuate your favorite features. Adding a fringe is a great way to change up your cut. You’ll want to ask for recommendations on how to style your special bangs, especially if you have swirls.
#21: Sleek medium bob for fine hair
A bob for straight, fine hair is always a good choice. There are many neck length hairstyles for fine hair, our favorite being a sleek, tight bob. If you have fine hair that just doesn’t seem to want to grow longer, or you’re growing long but look stringy, trying a blunt straight bob will do wonders! The bluntness of the medium bob instantly makes your hair look and feel thicker. Styling will be easy, using a volumizing mousse before blow-drying will help set the lift.
#22: Neck length soft tousled bob
Rock a slightly tousled bob if you have straight hair and are looking for a haircut that is easy to style. You can style your rounded bob by straightening your hair with a flat iron while curling your flat iron towards your face where you want your hair to curve outward. This adds extra volume to your straight hair, making this hairstyle one of the most desirable.
#23: Long bob with textured ends
A one-length bob with textured ends is a good choice for most face shapes and hair textures. This modern take on a sleek bob can be achieved by texturizing the ends of the hair with a razor or texturizing shears. One of the best ways to show off your textured ends is to curl your hair with a curling iron or flat iron and let the ends go.
#24: Neck-length asymmetrical haircut
Try a neck-length asymmetrical haircut for a simple short hairstyle. Perfect for any hair texture, asymmetrical cuts add visual interest. Don’t forget to ask about the texture and avoid a razor if your hair is already frizzy or super curly.