A side-part bob haircut is any bob hairstyle that features a parting to one side. The parting can be small or very strong to open up the other side and can feature a weave or sew-in with a closure. The parted bob creates a focal point on one side and is an awesome style to show braiding, an undercut, or just your best side.
There’s something about side-part bob haircuts that give off a fresh, modern, and younger look! I’m in love with this cut and style this year for women of all hair types and ages.
Before your next hair appointment, check out these trendy photos of the best side-part bob hairstyles and haircuts!
Side-Parted Curly Bob
A chin-length side-part bob hairstyle is a great option for women who wanna experiment with a new length. It’s long enough to part in a sexy way and short enough for low upkeep.
Stylish Wavy Side-Part Bob
A soft tousled neck-length layered side bob cut with minimal waves on a deep part is an effortless look for any formal or casual occasion. You can pull one side of your hair behind your ear to show off a piece of glam jewelry, as well as your complementing make-up.
Chic Angled Bob with Side-Part
We’re gushing over this natural color and edgy angled side-part bob created by Stylist Erin Stoner! A natural bronze shade paired with a smooth straight cut makes for a soft and trendy appearance.
Side-Parted Bob with Closure Sew-In Wig
This side-part sew-in bob wig features the ultimate summer style that will leave you feeling cool while having protection from the sun. It looks more natural when using human hair as the material. You can wear it with a sassy jet black to brown ombre for an interesting finish.
Short Bob with a Side-Part for Thin, Straight Hair
How can you say no to a beautiful short and thin side-part bob like this? This brilliant platinum blonde on a jaw-length side-part bob cut is a modern take on the classic hairstyle for fine tresses.
Lace Front Quick Weave with Deep Side-Part
An asymmetrical blunt bob is easier to achieve with a lace front quick weave.
Textured Deep Side-Part Bob
Amp up your short bob with a deep side-part for a whole new appearance with depth and a sexy finish. This amazing textured side-part bob hairstyle creates an illusion of a fuller hairline and an effortlessly cool look that works great on longer face shapes.
Slightly Parted Layered Lob
Consider a fun razor cut with a slight side-part on beautiful natural blonde hair. An easy side-part bob hairstyle like this could create much-needed texture and movement!
French Bob with Side-Part and Bangs
This short hair inspiration is a classic French girl chic bob with a slight side-part style by hairstylist Rachael Ronschke of Westlake, OH.
“I point cut the perimeter for texture and added long layers, chipping into the body of the hair to create movement because she has very thick hair. We did a soft fringe to accentuate her eyes,” Ronschke explains.
Ronschke wanted this style to be effortless. She used “Davine’s curl primer to set her wave and diffused it because she usually air dries her hair.” Ronschke then added some beach waves to the top layer and finished with Davine’s medium hairspray.
Low-Maintenance Inverted Bob with Side-Part
A side-parted bob looks great on just about any woman. According to stylist Kelsey Lohman from Mississippi, the best thing about this look is that it will always be in style. It’s a great cut for straight or curly hair.
“It can easily be a low-maintenance style whether you have curly or straight hair because it looks fantastic on both,” she adds.
Side-Part on Blunt Bob Cut
This side-parted wavy short bob is extremely versatile. It’s a stunning hair idea by Katie Natera, a stylist from Leesburg, FL.
“I cut her bob in a way that if she wanted to curl it she would have a ton of texture, and if she wanted to have it straight it would look sleek and clean,” says Natera.
This is a great side-parted bob cut for women who don’t mind a little maintenance. The length can even be adjusted to fit any face shape.
Trendy Long Bob with Side-Part
This long bob with a side-part has some simple waves with a little bit of flair to stand out. Stylist Derick Gavilan of Texas created this cut.
“The transition from natural hair is perfect for women who don’t have time to keep coming to the salon,” says Gavilan. “This allows them to have a longer time to enjoy the color. It gives a little bit of life to the cut, which frames their faces perfectly.”
Shoulder-Length Side-Parted Bob on Blonde Hair Color
A shoulder-length side-part blunt cut is the most versatile bob. It’s cut blunt around the perimeter but very texturized on the interior. You can wear it edgy, sleek, or soft and wavy, and it’s still long enough to put in a ponytail.
Created by stylist Quynh Gip of Texas, this look is best on fine to medium texture hair.
Edgy Asymmetrical Bob
This look is a balayaged asymmetrical bob with a side-part, made by hairstylist Chelsea Scheidt of La Jolla, CA.
This is definitely a look that you would have to style! Scheidt adds, “It could be as easy as just smoothing it, adding a little bend with a curling iron, or rocking a natural wave (with the product of course)! Product-wise, I always love a good root boost and a dry texturizing spray!”
A-Line Bob with Side-Part
An A-line bob is a trendy/modern look. Between the sharp A-line, the blue enhancing the graduation, and the texture in the layers, this cut is for women who want to rock a fun and trendy style.
Hair designer Shaina Jones of Reston, VA explains, “When styling this cut, I was going for a sleek beveled look. The best part of this look is the severity of the A-line. Even though the lengths are so drastically different they still can be blended.”
If you’re a lady who comes in every 4-6 weeks, try this side-parted bob. This cut will look at its best between those weeks. Jones adds, “It’s great for women who are trying to elongate their face and make it appear that they have more volume. It’s ideal to style with fine/medium thick hair that is already straight or has some bend/texture to it. It will take you 10-20 minutes to style with this hair type.”
To get side-part hairstyles that look like this, mist a volume spray in the crown area near the root and just flip your head upside down and dry that root a bit to get volume.