Messy Short Bob Hairstyles
Love to sport short hairstyles but bored of the regular bob? How about trying out a messy unique look? Yes, messy can look cute, trendy and elegant too. Don’t believe us!
Just check out the following short messy bob hairstyles that will help you revamp your appearance the right way:
Highlighted and Grown Out Pixie
This is a short ash brown pixie with golden brown and natural blonde highlights. Being a grown out one with the visibly unkempt layers, it can be a good choice for you as a messy short bob.
Highlighted Curly Bob with Long Bang
This is a very short boyish bob on dark brown silky smooth hair with light brown highlights. The large messy curls all over the head and a long spiral side bang have given it a distinct look.
Full Head Highlighted Bob With Wispy Ends
Get a full-head bob cut on your ash brown wavy hair with natural golden blonde highlights. Add volume to it and give the ends of the waves a beautiful wispy effect for a true messy look.
Reverse Stacked Bob With Uneven Front Fringes
This is a very short jet black bob with reverse stacks. The wispy ends of layers and the irregular front fringes are two unique features of this hairstyle.
Chin-Length Wavy Bob With Frail Ends
Side-part your chin-length black bob with random waves. Make sure that their ends are frail enough and add a messy flair to the whole look. Set the style with pomade or hair wax.
Curly Rounded Bob With Highlights
In this rounded bob, the layers are curled up intensely for a cute and adorable look. The light brown highlights on ash brown locks, the coils swinging over the forehead and the overall tangled finish are the biggest features of the style.
Side-Parted Bob With Messy Textured Layers
The long layers and the dark roots have given this short blonde bob an exclusive appearance. The layers are textured and messed up slightly, while the front section is swept over the forehead for a neat look.
Neck-Length Layered Bob With Volume and Curls
A layered neck-length bob can look awesome if the ends of the layers are curled up nicely in the outward direction. Let the sides and the top remain wavy and a bit messy and sweep the front section over the forehead for a trendy look.
Wavy Jaw-Length Bob With Rounded Back
A jaw-length bob goes excellent with almost all face shapes. Here, the side-parted bob is rounded at the back, while the side locks are waved up and allowed to frame the face in a tangled way.
Super Wavy Inverted Bob With Highlights
Ditch your straight inverted bob and give it a super wavy look with wispy ends. Dark brown highlights, side part and an untidy effect will make you look truly different.