The Best Julianne Hough’s Short Hairstyles
Julianne Hough’s blonde hair makes you want to run to the salon and tell them to grab the bleach! The good news is, you don’t need to dye your hair to feel inspired by her long bob. She has perfected styling the long bob from straight and sleek looks to rocking-choppy layers. We’re rounding up some of Julianne Hough’s bob hairstyles to inspire your next hair cut and style – and maybe even hair color!
Straight Fine Bob
Julianne Hough’s hair is relatively fine. She has opted to keep her hair shorter rather than longer in recent years because short hair gives fine hair volume and body. This straight fine bob with a deep side-part gives the front of her hair plenty of volume and the subtle layers creates texture at the tips of her tresses.
Textured Lob with Criss-Cross Part
We love this tousled look on Julianne. One of the simplest ways to add texture and volume is to change your part. By adding a messy criss-crossed part, you will have volume on both sides of your hair. Add a beach-wave texture to complete the look.
Long Bob with Shag Cut
Another great way to add texture to fine hair and a long bob is to add short, choppy shag layers. This funky haircut is easy to style because texture will come naturally. We love how Julianne uses this cut to highlight her eyes and strong cheekbones.
Side-Swept and Curly
If you’re considering a bob then you’ll want to get yourself a small curling iron. This will give you the ability to create small loose waves throughout your hair. Parting your hair deeply to oneside will give you more hair to play with when curling your hair.
Short Layers with Long Bob
If you’re looking to express your inner rocker then this shag look is perfect. Once you have the shoulder-length cut, you can add short chin-length layers around the crown to create plenty of body, volume and an undeniably chic look.
Twisted Front Hairstyle
Sometimes you want to switch up your bob hairstyle. Julianne clearly wasn’t afraid to try a new look with this twisted front section. She used a bobby-pin to secure a tight twist right at the front. This look is the perfect twist on your usual braided look.