10. Razor Cut Bob
Straight, blunt, and straight out of a fashion magazine, this bob screams style. This is the bob that requires the most upkeep, but a quick trim every 2 weeks will keep it looking amazing. Stark colors work best, making you stand out from the crowd.
9. Pixie Bob
The most tom boyish of the bob cuts, the pixie bob is the classic cut int his genre. Easy to texture, fun to spike, and variable length, it is also one of the easiest to maintain. Throwing in some chunky highlights really makes this haircut stand out.
8. Fringed Bob
The focus on this one is the fringe at the front. This style takes a bit of planning, and for most people, the straightener will become your best friend. Much more punk than the other bobs, this is one of the most individual styles available on this list. Movies such as pulp fiction have made this a Gothic fashion staple as well.
7. Asymmetrical Bob
This one takes almost as much upkeep as the razor bob, in fact, sometimes they might even be the same. However, this bob is professional, fun, and really lets you transition from night to day with ease. This one tends to fall into place easily, letting you skip the plain colors and enjoy your highlights.
6. Partially Shaved
Whether you go for an undercut or for the whole side being shaved, the partially shaved look works well with bobs. Consult with your hairdresser for what will work best with your hair type. Shaving even few weeks makes this an easy hairstyle to keep up with.
5. Angled Bob
Similar to the Asymmetrical, this bob focuses on the angles in your hair and in your face. Strong cutouts and sharp drops make this bob a perfect choice for young fashionistas. Most commonly seen in spy shows and on extremely edgy models, this bob is definitely the definition of sexy. It is now commonly seen on women just hitting their thirties, and has become a professional haircut with a fun component.
4. Shaggy Bob
This bob says you are cute, you are young, and you are here to have fun. Untamed and free, the shaggy bob straddles the line between needing a new haircut and being too cool for words. Texturized hair shows off just how chic the grunge look still is in this day and age.
3. Bob With Framing Locks
Short in the back with long hair in the front, this is the anti-mullet. Seen primarily in video games, this bob has a bit more of an Asian flair to it. Braiding the front locks gives it a childish innocence and really makes the whole look come together.
2. Heavily Textured
Heavily textured bobs rely on you looking like you just rolled out of bed. Completely dependent on mouse or gel, this style looks limp when not given enough attention. Despite the simple look, this can be one of the hardest to maintain.
1. Streaked / Chunked
Natural or unnatural, this bob screams style. Unnatural colors show a huge amount of personal expression while natural colors bring color to the face and energize your whole look. The chunkier the color, the more impactful the statement.