These Shoulder-Length Bobs Are The Perfect Length
Short, wispy bangs area ideal for thin hair, and they don’t require tons of commitment since they can easily grow out.
A cut that’s angled slightly adds volume and movement, especially with wavy or curly hair.
An ombré color job is perfect if you’re wary of changing your hair color. This look fades beautifully from a chestnut brown to sandy blonde tips.
Long Layers and Choppy Fringe
This piece-y look is laidback and easy. Long layers frame the face for softness, but uneven fringe adds edge.
With naturally curly hair, you don’t need layers for texture and definition. You might need your stylist to thin your cut a bit if you’re going shoulder length or shorter.
Blunt ends and layers throughout the cut make for easy texture for fine or straight hair.
Dark roots are no longer a hair color no-no if they’re done right. Shadow roots are the new trend that smudges together your natural color with the dyed portion in a seamless way.
Blunt Cut with Blunt Bangs
Blunt ends are in right now, which is great news because they’re the easiest type of haircut to style. This blunt cut with blunt bangs is chic and classy.
Curly Lob with Full Fringe
Thick, curly bangs are boho and beautiful. With curly hair, you don’t have to worry about styling your bangs as precisely.
The Classic Lob
No frills, no color, no layers—just the iconic lob. If you have thick, healthy hair, don’t get too gussied up. Your hair will look gorgeous in a simply styled classic lob.
Platinum blonde hair is back, but in an icier way than the yellow-tone looks of the ’90s. These cool shades of blonde are edgy and bold.
A wavy lob with fringy bangs, a version of the new shag, is one of the most popular haircuts on Pinterest right now. These shaggy cuts are flattering to any face shape.
Delicate babylights are one of the prettiest ways to get a hint of color. These subtle highlights are just enough to give an overall sunkissed look.
This angular lob is modern but laidback. A cut that’s slightly longer on one side or in the front adds definition and depth.
If you’re daring with your hair, barely-there baby bangs might be your next move. This look is cool and easy to grow out.