Chin-length choppy bob is a short haircut with razor-cut layers and ends. It provides ladies with an effortless, textured look that’s easy to wear daily.
Lela, an experienced stylist in Los Angeles, shared with me some key information that all ladies should know before obtaining this particular cut. This is what she said.
💡 Key Things to Know First
- HAIR TYPE. Chin-length styles may look awesome on any hair type.
- Short haircuts like this almost always look fuller, which is great for fine, thin hair.
- However, for thick hair, it’s best to remove weight behind the ears and below the occipital bone with a razor so it doesn’t look too bulky.
- STYLING. A bit of styling is required to get your desired outcome.
- If you like to air dry, apply your favorite leave-in product.
- A wide-tooth comb can arrange the hair into the shape you want.
- A quick blow-dry with some hand styling is also an easy option.
- A diffuser can work wonders to attain more volume and waves.
- CONSULTATION. Talk to your stylist and discuss styling ideas, products, and maintenance.
Don’t forget to bring a picture of your desired hairstyle to your next salon appointment. Look at these pictures of the best chin-length choppy bobs to get some ideas.
Choppy Layered Cut with a Deep Side Part
If you want to add some life to your bob, try choppy layers to give your hair extra movement and volume. Pair the layers with a deep side part and waves and you’ve got yourself a sassy choppy bob. Make sure to use a volume spray to give some extra oomph to your style.
Chin-Length Textured Hair with Bright Blonde Color
A modern style of the bob has become more detailed with razored layers. Layers have a feathery look and a strong chin-length structure. This gives texture and body to ladies that have limp hair. An all-over hair color, like bright blonde, gives this style an edgy vibe.
Related: Best chin-length layered bob hairstyle ideas.
Feathered Choppy Haircut with a Side Fringe
Side fringe is a nice face frame on a feathered choppy haircut. A chin-length choppy layered bob is a hairdo that can be styled away from the face. Use a round brush to bend the fringe into the layering. I will cut inverted layers in the back to add even more shape and volume. This way, when I round brush, the shorter layers will have the most height.
Multi-Layered Messy Bob with Blonde Highlights
You’ll love the texture in a multi-layered bob with blonde highlights. A choppy chin-length bob is even better with a graduated back. The short back gives your cut more dimension. And makes it look more interesting. Your straight hair will love the layering. Layers give it movement and versatility.
Glossy Brown Bob with Choppy Ends
A short bob in a glossy brown shade with choppy ends is a super versatile look. Cutting chin-length choppy layers works well with thick hair and fine hair. Both, when curled, have the right amount of messy, lived in styling.
Round Angled Bob with Choppy Layers
Choppy layers on a round angled bob can add lots of volume. I like to use a side part when cutting a shorter length on a round face shape. Choppy chin-length haircuts for straight hair look best when styled with a texture spray. Or, use a texturizing paste to define each layer.
Shaggy Bixie Cut with a Fringe for Fine Hair
Try adding fringe to a shaggy bixie cut on fine hair. I elevate the crown layers and blend the length into the bangs to keep the overall look shaggy. The chin-length choppy bob for fine hair is perfect to create a structured perimeter. And the fringe and layers add a playful look.
Two-Toned Choppy French Bob for Thick Hair
Adding a two-toned color to a choppy French bob can really soften the look of thick hair. Consider coloring the chin-length messy bob with bangs lighter in the front. It will bring attention to your face frame. I finish my French bobs with a medium hold mousse and diffuse for a wavy finish.
Brunette Bobbed Hair with Micro Bangs
Give your style some pep and try bobbed hair with micro bangs. A bob can take on many shapes. And, short and feathered layers will change your cut completely. A chin-length choppy bob with bangs will give your hair a textured canvas. It works great tousled for an easy blowout. You can show your personality by adding a micro bang accent.
Face-Framing Blonde Choppy Hair for Women Over 50
Women over 50 have many styles, like a face-framing choppy haircut. Graying or silver hair can be dressed up in an all-over blonde. A side fringe can be fashionable. It can be used to conceal maturing lines.
Short Straight Hair with Curtain Bangs and Layers
A French bob has a modern adaptation with this short straight haircut. Like the classic style, it meets at the jawline. However, the curtain bangs and layers are where the style is updated. It’s versatile in styling. You can tousle or blow out.
Short Layered Hair with Caramel Highlights
Opt for short layered hair if you love texture and dimension in your cut. Bobbed hair can take on a different shape with layering. If you want a cut with more movement, ask for short piece-y layers. Complete your hairstyle with fringe and caramel highlights. You’ll love your messy shape.
Wavy Platinum Bob with Textured Ends
You’ll love the style of a wavy platinum bob with textured ends. For women who have grey, going with blonde highlights will help you hide your regrowth. And you can go longer in between touch-ups. Compliment your color with an edgy textured bob. If you like a trendy finish, try leaving the ends out when your curl your bob with a wand.
Chin-Length Beach Waves for Women Over 40
Women over 40 should consider the sharp style of chin-length beach waves. The choppy ends are the key to this cut and will give you a youthful and trendy shape. Ask your stylist to point cut your perimeter to achieve the wispy texture. Don’t overthink the waves in this cut. Adding texture to the top layer is all you need. But make sure you leave the ends straight.
Choppy Graduated Bob with Short Pieces
A choppy graduated bob with short pieces is a fun and disheveled shape. A choppy bob will work on fine hair. But be careful not to have the layers cut too short, or you will lose the integrity of the bottom. To bring out the texture of the style, I would not recommend round brushing. Try scrunching or tousling with your hands instead. Then touch up with a medium iron for your funky finish.