Textured bobs just have more fun. They are possibly more fun because they are so chic, but perhaps it’s their easy styling and effortlessly flattering cuts, especially with fine hair. We love a feathered cut or razored edges on fine hair because it gives it the volume and body you might feel it’s lacking.
Pair these edgy bobs with bangs and you have got yourself a banging hairdo. Fine hair is ideal for bangs because it is easier to style than coarse or thick hair. If you have the wash and go fine hair type then a short textured bob with bangs might be the right change-up in style for you. As always, make sure you considered your face shape before committing to a shorter bob of bangs.
Side-Swept Bangs with Layered Bob
The bangs don’t have be a statement, rather they can be a continuation of your layered shorter haircut. This razor-edged bob with side-swept bangs creates dynamic movement around the face, perfect for round and long face-shapes alike. The bangs look like a shorter, full extension of the haircut.
Full Face-Framing Bangs
Rather you’re looking to grow out your pixie cut or looking to chop your mid-length cut, this cut is a great option. The full bangs fame the face in a soft, delicate way but the choppy ends and layers throughout the top give this look an edgy, irresistible appeal.
Side-Swept Bangs and Waves
If you like adding waves to create texture in your fine hair, then you’ll still want to keep your hair a little longer. This cut has textured choppy ends at the bottom to create movement. The side-swept bangs that get longer throughout also add volume to the crown, a perfect option for fine hair.
Blunt Bangs with Graduated Bob
Blunt bangs don’t work with every face shape, but if they work for yours, they’re a bold way to add intrigue to your fine hair. The blunt cut makes the bangs appear thick and full (a common problem for fine hair), and the edgy cut around the ends of the bob will give you plenty of texture.
Rounded Bob with Bangs
Adding rounded layers to your bob can be a simple way to flatter your face shape, add movement to your fine hair and give you a timeless look. Pair this cut with rounded, long, side-soft bangs for a cohesive hairstyle. The choppy layers are made soft by the rounded style, but still add volume.
Choppy Layers and Long Bangs
Long bangs and short choppy layers go together like brown and blonde ombre. The long bangs will draw attention to your eyes and cheekbones, and then the choppy layers at your cheekbones and chin will draw the eye outward and up – creating an illusion of a thick head of hair with plenty of volume and movement. Win win!