#1: Concave layered bob for thick hair
A concave layered bob is a perfect choice if you have thick hair, as a bob requires thick hair to look its absolute best. Bobbed hair is an eye-catching style, especially when it comes to adding defined, vibrant highlights that will make you stand out in any crowd.
#2: Neck-length concave lobe
Consider a neck length concave long bob if you love a haircut that gives instant volume and shape. Cutting your hair into a concave hairstyle gives you volume in the back, a fun dramatic shape on the sides and a longer smooth look in the front. You can wear this hairstyle both straight or curly, depending on your natural hair texture and preference.
#3: Very short angled Choppy Bob on fine hair
Your fine hair will look great with a very short angle choppy bob. A very short concave bob can make your hair look thicker. Make sure your stylist adds texture to your cut for movement and interest. I suggest applying a texture paste to your ends to show off your cut. Try moving your part around to get the most lift at the top.
#4: Textured A-Line Bob
Try a textured one a-line bob if you want a hairstyle that gives you both volume and fullness. Having a shorter length in the back and longer length in the front, creating this concave shape, will give you the volume and thickness you want in the back. But also, leaving some hair around your face softer gives your hair movement and shape. It will help reduce your styling time if you smooth this hairstyle while you blow dry your hair with a round brush, arching the ends under with the brush.
#5: Round Concave Bob
Need some bounce in your style? A rounded concave bob is the retro wedge cut reinvented in its original bob style, expertly crafted to suit you and your best features. Baring the neck breathes a sigh of femininity that can help boost your personal style. For a sleek and polished look, pair your blow dryer with Drybar’s Liquid Glass Miracle Smoothing Sealant and a combination of a flat paddle and a medium round brush.
#6: Concave Graduated Bob Cut
Try a concave graduated bob cut if you want a short cut that gives you thickness and volume. ONE modern inverted bob is usually shorter in the back and longer in the front. The angle will be more dramatic depending on how short the back is and how long the front is. Make sure that when cutting a concave bob look like you are flipping your hair when you cut your hair to ensure that there are no hidden hairs underneath sticking out. This will allow you to ensure that you have a perfect, straight line.
#7: Silver Concave Bob
If you are an older woman with thick hair, a silver concave bob is a perfect hairstyle to try to give your hair a mature, sleek look. You can blow dry your bob with a large round brush to help smooth your hair and create the shape you want your hair to take. The best advice to take if you have a concave bob is to make sure you’re okay with spending a little extra time in the morning to style this cut.
#8: Stacked Wavy Bob with a Side Part
ONE stacked wavy bob paired with a side part is a great hairstyle for volume and body. With a concave cut, you will have a shorter length at the back of the neck and a longer length angled towards your face. This gives you more volume at the back of your haircut while still maintaining longer length at the front. You should consider how dramatic an angle you want your bob to be, and the shortest and longest points of your hair.
#9: Short Concave Blonde Bob
Consider a short concave bob if you have medium to thick hair. A concave cut works well with thicker hair textures because the rounded layers at the nape take the weight off the base and help give the cut a beautiful rounded shape. To style this cut, blow dry and then use a large round brush to set it in place. The larger the brush, the less curve you get in the style, so you avoid making the cut too round.
#10: Chin-Length Concave Bob with Full Bangs
A concave bob paired with full bangs will add a defined shape to your chin length hairstyle. If you have naturally straight hair, this cut will require no time to style, it will look flattering on its own. When cutting your short concave bob with a fringe, be sure to cut the fringe first, as you don’t want to cut into your longer length in the front afterwards, as this can ruin the concave shape that was just created.
#11: Feathered Concave Bob with Layers
A flirtatious and feathered concave bob with added layers can bring some bounce into your hair, which otherwise tends to lay limp. Your short layered concave bob can be styled with a small-medium round brush for an airy style, but when paired with Redken’s Big blowout, the style can be built to last with this heat-protecting blowout gel.
#12: Sleek, low-maintenance concave bob
If you have extremely straight hair, a low-maintenance sleek, concave bob is the hairstyle for you. With an a-line bob, you give your hair maximum body and volume in the back while creating a dramatic, sleek angle in the front. If you can, book a hair appointment in advance to keep your concave bob looking sharp. This is the only effort it will take to maintain this low-maintenance bob if you already have naturally straight hair.
#13: Soft Messy Brunette Bob
A soft one messy brunette bob is a fun and flirty style. When asking for a messy bob, be sure to talk to your stylist about texturizing your hair. Texturizing helps keep your hair from feeling so heavy and creates movement. When styling your hair, don’t forget to use a texture spray. One of my favorite texture sprays is Kevin Murphy Bedroom hair.
#14: Inverted Blunt Bob for Women Over 60
If you are a woman over 60, consider getting a reverse blunt bob. A chin-length bob looks good with most face shapes and hair textures. An inverted blunt bob is one of the best styles, it is easy to style and is a classic timeless look.
#15: Concave Undercut Bob
A concave bob paired with an undercut has a beautiful shape that will make you feel current and sharp. You want the neckline to be cut extra short for maximum effect. Ask your stylist to grade your hair from that point to give you nice lines. Layers are added to your cut for texture throughout the top, and you’ll want to blow dry them with a medium round brush. A short concave bob with an undercut is a visual dream that will turn heads.
#16: Medium concave bob with rough ends
You want a medium concave bob with jagged ends to enjoy its messy texture. Concave bob haircuts achieved with layers that are tip cut or scraper cut on the ends for the jagged texture. You will first blow dry your hair smooth with a medium round brush for shine. Then try curling your hair with a wand and leaving the ends straight. A funky curl on a messy bob is one of the sexiest shapes.
#17: Long concave Bob on thin hair
Try a long concave bob if you have thin hair and struggle to find a hairstyle that gives the illusion that your hair is fuller and thicker than it actually is. A shoulder length bob is a perfect length because when you have thin hair, your hair tends to start looking brittle and scratchy at the ends and starts breaking off. This hairstyle will give women over 50 the confidence to fully embrace their hair and even make you want to put the effort into styling your hair again.
#18: Shoulder length bob with side fringes
Fashion with a youthful flair? You can have both with a long concave bob paired with a fringe. This shoulder length bob with a side fringe is flattering if you like versatility. Straight or wavy, curly or curly, this haircut can adapt to all textures.