A shaggy bob with curtain bangs is a short-length choppy haircut with layers and fringe that frame the face. If your hair naturally has some wave or curl, this style may last for days without further effort.
Kell Wlodarczak, a hairdresser in Michigan, has been a delight to chat with about this hairstyle. Here are their recommendations if you want to adopt the look.
💡 Key Things to Know First
- For a softer look, have your stylist add some texturizing to the ends.
- Find out how to quickly and easily move your hair out of your face when needed.
- Dry shampoo and texture spray are your best friend.
- You may emphasize the movement and texture of straight, smooth hair by curling it away from the face.
See some of the most fabulous pictures of the shaggy bob with curtains bangs to get ideas for your own new style.
#1: Platinum Messy Bob Cut
Consider a platinum messy shaggy bob cut with curtain bangs for an effortless look. This style has been made easy to replicate with scissors. It’s an ideal choice if you’re looking for a low-maintenance yet high-impact style. For added texture, ask your stylist to add layers of varying lengths throughout your hair.
#2: Short Shag with Bangs for Round Faces
If you have a round face, consider getting a short shag haircut with bangs. If you’re looking for a change in your hairstyle, why not opt for a shaggy style? With correct layering and length, a shaggy haircut can suit any face shape. Aside from that, a round face shape can further be enhanced by curtain bangs with a central or off-center parting. This style can help elongate your face and emphasize your eyes.
#3: Two-Toned Shaggy Bob Cut
This shaggy bob cut with curtain fringe and layers is an edgy way to make a stylish impact with your hair. Consider going for a choppy, layered cut as well as a curtain fringe to add a modern twist to your look. Adding layers to your hair will help create more depth and movement. To finish the style, try a semi-casual tousled look to soften your look. With the right products and styling, you can create a look that’s just as individual and on-trend as you.
#4: Shaggy Razored Layers on a Neck-Length Bob
When considering a bob, try a shaggy razored layered bob to give it a modern look. This layering is great for thick-haired women looking to take some weight out of their locks. And, they can still maintain volume and movement. Pair your new bob cut with a salt spray, such as R+Co’s Rockaway, for a lived-in textured look.
#5: Short Razor Cut Bixie with Blonde Highlights
Try a short razor cut bixie with blonde highlights if you’re looking for a fun new style. This layered and edgy cut is textured and beautifully graduated. Have fun with this messy look!
#6: Tousled Short Shag for Fine Hair
A tousled short shag for fine hair is a great hairstyle. Choppy layers are a great way to add volume! One option to style this bobbed hair is to put a few waves in and brush them out for maximum volume.
#7: Face-Framing French Bob with Shaggy Layers
Lived-in styles are created when we consider natural textures. For women with wavy hair, a French bob with shaggy layers lays nicely. And, you don’t have to style it as often. Salon upkeep can vary between 6-12 weeks. This will depend on your length and style preference.
#8: Shoulder-Length Bob with Feathered Layers and Bangs
A bob with layers and bangs may be what you’re missing! This shaggy lob with curtain bangs swept across your forehead is super trendy. You will love how versatile this style is.
Related: Best long shaggy bob hairstyle ideas.
#9: Messy Shaggy Layers on Thick Hair
Shoulder-length hair is no longer just a bob. From mullets to wolf cuts, the messy shaggy layers give the timeless look a disheveled style. This is a great option on thick hair. Textured hair can be achieved without removing too much bulk.
#10: Curly Shaggy Bob with Short Bangs
Get a curly shaggy bob with bangs if your hair has a bit of texture and you like to add to it. Talk with your stylist about a fringe length that will suit your face shape best. For instance, a round face will appear longer with short bangs.
Related: See more bob hairstyles with bangs.
#11: Middle-Parted Choppy Bob for Thin Hair
Think about trying a middle-parted choppy bob. In my experience, fine hair can sometimes be an advantage. Layered thin hair gives you those see-through ends easily. And, with less bulk to remove. Add a long fringe to your chin-length shaggy bob. It will enhance the choppy shape well.
#12: Soft Shaggy Disheveled Bob and Bangs
A soft shaggy bob and bangs is one perfect chop for ladies with natural thick hair. If you have an oval or a heart-shaped face, this hairstyle is for you. Ask your hairstylist what length of bang would work best for your bob. When styling, apply a dime-sized amount of the BB brilliantine on wet or dry hair. Then, run through the ends for a bend.
#13: Textured Bobbed Hair with Wispy Layers
Ask your stylist about a textured bob cut if you’re looking for a soft, wispy haircut. To create the jagged layers, your stylist may use a razor. This will create the piecey, textured style you are looking for. Also, ask your stylist about a length that would flatter your face shape. Anything above the chin is going to show a strong jawline. However, curtain bangs look best on short hair.
#14: Short Shagged Cut with a Face Frame for Square Face Shapes
Curtain bangs are the new craze right now! Pair them with a short, shaggy bob and you’ll have a fun, edgy look. The shaggy layers in this haircut will add instant volume in the crown. Perfect if your are looking for a little extra lift. Finish with a dry texturizing spray to enhance the piecey texture in this cut.
#15: Edgy Shagged Bob with Shorter Layers
An edgy bob with short layers is making its way back into the scene. Try a tousled but modern unisex style. This above-the-shoulder haircut creates volume. Use a spray wax to create separation to piece out your new look.
#16: Short Shaggy Wolf Cut with Middle Part Bangs
A short shaggy wolf cut with middle part bangs is a game changer if you have a long face shape. This red copper is best for hazel or green eye colors well. Try a short shaggy bob with curtain bangs and fill in any elongated areas. The soft layering around your face softens your jawline. Your upkeep will be every 4-6 weeks.
#17: Curtain Fringe on a Dark Layered Bob
A dark layered bob with a curtain fringe has a beautiful shape. If you love a messy and undone cut, razored layers on a bob shape are perfect. The razor will give your hair texture and space. And, it adds dimension to your cut. You’ll want to style this awesome shape flatter with a paste for separation.
#18: Shagged Wavy Bob with Long Bangs
Try a wavy bob with long curtain bangs for the best transformation. Especially if you currently have a long one-length hairstyle. Rock a fluffy curtain bang on your long bob to create softness and flow. I do a lot of slide cutting in the salon to get a fullness effect. Shake out your layers with the Redken windblown after your hair is dried.