A blunt bob with bangs is an easy, adaptable haircut that can be worn in many ways. The classic version of this haircut—straight with full fringe—will never go out of fashion, but there are plenty of other striking options to try if that’s not exactly your style.
Take a look at the many possible combos to find the one that will fit your face shape, hair texture and personal style.
1. Blunt Bob With Blunt Bangs
The iconic straight blunt bob with bangs can easily be brought up-to-date! Make your classic cut fresh through addition of interesting color and styling. Here, ultra-modern crimped waves and fluorescent yellow hue turn a classic haircut into a contemporary style.
2. Shoulder Length Blunt Cut With Bangs
A blunt-cut wavy lob is one of the most popular haircuts of the past few years, so sometimes it might feel like everyone has one. If you love yours but want to stand out a little bit, bangs are the perfect solution. Just pick a style that works for your face!
3. Neck Length Blunt Bob With Curtain Bangs
There are many varieties of curtain bangs, so they’re highly customizable. They work on nearly everyone because they can be adapted to fit your specific features and hair type, so if you’re ready to commit, talk to your stylist and figure out the one just right for you.
4. Bob Haircut With Bangs
Bangs can completely transform a look, even if they’re wispy or thin. If you don’t want thick, straight bangs, you have plenty of other options: simply adding a few shorter strands around the face can give you a change, and they can be easily camouflaged when you want to hide them.
5. Straight Bob With Bangs
A blunt bob with bangs is a versatile style that’s easy to adapt to different occasions, and best of all, it can be done in minutes. For a sleek, elegant look, you’ll need a flat iron and ten minutes. Just don’t skip a heat-protecting product beforehand to keep your hair healthy.
6. Textured Bob Haircut With Long Bangs
Long bangs with a middle part give this blunt bob tons of softness, making it look romantic and breezy. The combination of a textured cut and delicate bangs creates a contemporary and interesting style.
7. French Bob With Fringe
What’s more chic than a French bob? Cut short and blunt, usually with fringe above the eyebrows, this timeless style can also be adjusted to suit your face. The secret to the effortless look is in the styling: use an anti-frizz product and skip a blowout—this cut looks best with your natural texture intact.
8. Long Blunt Cut Bob With Curtain Bangs
Curtain bangs are thick like the classic fringe, but because they’re worn parted, you end up with a much more casual look. When it comes to styling, less is more, so make sure only to give them shape and not curl them too much.
9. Curly Bob Hairstyle With Bangs
Adding bangs to a curly blunt bob can breathe a new life into your style. Instead of having your hair lie flat or wondering what to do with it, refresh your cut with cute bangs. If you do it yourself, always cut them while your hair is dry to avoid too going short.
10. Blunt Cut Choppy Bob With Long Bangs
Long bangs are perfect if you dislike a completely one-length look, yet don’t want to go for anything more defined. They instantly add movement and a relaxed touch.
11. Medium Bob With Bangs
Just a few shorter strands around the face are enough to soften your blunt bob, and create a flirty, casual look. Works great for heart-shaped faces when you want to pull back the cheekbones a bit.
12. Wispy Long Bangs Bob
Add movement to your one-length blunt bob by adding thin side-parted long bangs. It’s a low-commitment bang style that makes an impact even though it’s not as dramatic as a full fringe.
13. Blunt Bob Cut With Wispy Bangs
Bangs can be used to highlight the features you like and draw attention away from those that aren’t quite your favorite. If you want to make your face look smaller, go for full bangs that cover your eyebrows.
14. Short Bob Cut With Straight Across Bangs
Baby bangs are always edgy, but when you pair them with a vivid unnatural color, you’re making a clear statement.
15. One Length Bob With Side Bangs
Keep your one-length bob fresh by adding long bangs. You can wear them casual or easily create a ton of drama. Here, the bangs have been teased high to achieve a glam look.
16. Curly Ear Length Bob With Bangs
Cutting technique is different when adding bangs to curly hair than to straight hair. Because every curl shrinks to different height, they shouldn’t be cut to the same length, but every strand has to be done individually.
17. Short Blunt Bob With Bangs
Straight super-short bob with baby bangs is not a style that everyone can pull off. Because it’s quite flat, it works best on smaller heads and smaller faces. If yours isn’t exactly petite, opt for something more voluminous.
18. Chin Length Bob With Bangs
Spruce up your ultra-flattering neck-length blunt bob with your favorite style of bangs. For a hint of softness, go for wispy long bangs, try curtain bangs to frame your face or opt for full and straight fringe for a more classic look.
19. Choppy Blunt Cut Bob With Side Bangs
Tapered side bangs will give your choppy bob a flirty vibe—soft strands covering one eye are the best way to add some mystique to your look.
20. Blunt Cut Bob With Bangs
Blunt bob and straight bangs are the perfect style if you want to make your look all about the color. It’s a classic, neutral look that’s nonetheless edgy and cool, so playing with different shades won’t make your whole hairstyle look too overwhelming.
21. Blunt Cut Bob With Curtain Bangs
The coloring choice makes this hairstyle edgy and flattering—by dying both the long bangs and the strands nearest the face the same color, they both frame the face and give it a lovely glow.
22. Jaw Length Blunt Bob With Bangs
When your hair is thick, blunt haircuts can look too heavy or bulky. If you don’t want layers, choose a textured bob to get rid of the weight at the bottom.
23. Fringe Bob Haircut
Natural texture makes this look very casual and versatile, and baby curtain bangs make it cute. Together, they create the always popular girl-next-door look.
24. Long Blunt Bob With Bangs
Dying just the tips of the hair and the bangs the same color creates a cohesive style, making it look intentional and modern.
25. Blunt Haircut With Bangs
Add volume to your blunt bob with a few shorter shaggy layers on top, then tie it all together with thin, see-through bangs.
26. Textured Blunt Bob With Bangs
You can wear your blunt bob straight if you want to really showcase your hair color, or go wavy to create a whole new dimension.
27. Short Blunt Bob With Baby Curtain Bangs
If you want to grow out your fringe—or simply love short curtain bangs—this is a style you can’t go wrong with. Baby curtain bangs, as their name states, is a short version of their more common cousin, but they’re not any less flattering, and definitely cuter!
28. Chin Length Bob Cut With Bangs
Short, thin bangs bring a lot of elegance to a blunt bob. They make the whole look more put-together and polished.
29. Short Blunt Bob With Bangs
If your eyes are your best feature and you want to draw attention to them, frame them with bangs. It doesn’t matter what style you choose as long as they’re kept near the eyes and not completely on the sides of the face.
30. Curly Bob With Curtain Bangs
There’s more than one way to style your curtain bangs, such as this unusual bouncy version. The important part is that the way you choose to wear them fits your hair texture if you want to avoid spending too much time styling them.
31. Straight Bob With Full Fringe
If you want a sleek, blunt bob with matching bangs, it’s important to pick the right length—going too short will make your face stand out too much and your features can get lost if it’s too long.
32. Textured Straight Bob With Bangs
A textured bob has movement and dimension, which is a great addition to any blunt cut. Texturizing takes off the weight while keeping the straight line, so it will make your haircut much easier to handle, especially if you have thick hair.
33. Textured Long Bob With Bangs
With the addition of long bangs, a blunt lob can look dynamic and soft, which is usually reserved for more layered styles.
34. Blunt Lob With Bangs
Cutting just a tiny section short and tapering the rest of your bangs creates a youthful style that will flatter any face shape.
35. Curly Blunt Bob With Side Bangs
If you don’t know what to do with the hair around the face, a couple of shorter strands will breathe a new life to your style.
36. Wavy Blunt Cut With Side Bangs
Long bangs look amazing when they’re worn in a deep side part. It’s an attractive and laid back style that’s both sexy and casual.
37. Curly Blunt Bob With Baby Bangs
If your hair is curly and you want something unusual, cutting your bangs is best left to your stylist. This interesting type of bangs takes a bit of styling, but the result is worth it.
38. Blunt Bob With Baby Curtain Bangs
Thicker curtain bangs are a great alternative to straight-across bangs if you want volume on top.
39. Choppy Blunt Haircut With Curtain Bangs
Layers combined with curtain bangs will give volume to thin hair, and you don’t have to sacrifice the blunt ends. In fact, this will make your hair look even thicker, so it’s the best combination if you need a boost.
40. Blunt Cut Bob With Side Bangs For Thick Hair
This voluminous and sensual style is proof that you don’t need long hair to have a sexy style.