This cut is another one that works well on super straight hair, which of course can be achieved with appropriate hair products and a quality flat iron. Be sure to incorporate some side bangs to
A-line bob haircut is, probably, the most popular cut nowadays, and it’s not going to be out of fashion. More and more often women opt for its stacked version that may also be referred to as an inverted bob. It really flatters most face shapes and hair textures.
Besides, with A-line bob haircut you may achieve a fantastic voluminous effect, play with textures and layers, experiment with highlights and ombre finishes. We see stacked haircuts and layered bobs all around every day, but when it comes to deciding on something for ourselves, there may be some sort of puzzlement. How to choose hairstyle that will be something truly classy and will enhance your natural appearance features?
Below you will find a very versatile gallery of 70 eye-catching images with long and short A-line bob haircuts, stacked haircuts, inverted bobs and hairstyle ideas for them. You are welcome to look through these photos for inspiration.
A stacked haircut is, actually, designed to offer you a fuller look and a perfect volume at the back of your head. If your hair is naturally thick, an inverted bob will remove the unwanted heaviness, providing sufficient movement. At the same time, the hair that would benefit from a more dimensional look can also use the same idea of A-line bob haircut with layering at the back and long front locks. The amount of layers is varied, depending on your hair thickness and the desirable effect.
The styling options of A-line bob are also pretty impressive. You may go for sleek, smooth and glossy styles or try on more mischievous tousled looks. A curl of any intensity from very loose large waves to tight bouncy spirals isn’t going to impair the fascination of a stacked bob either. And the last, but not the least is you are free to vary the length of your favorite cut: short stacked bobs or long A-line haircuts look invariably classy and appealing.
Slightly or heavily stacked, wavy or flawlessly straight, blunt or edgy, sleek or texturized, extremely short or long, A-line bob haircut is unmatched in its diversity of styles and creative solutions. The following ideas in pictures have all the chances to inspire you on exciting changes. I hope they will.
A-line hairstyles are fun, different and stylish. When you’re searching for a new look without a ton of risk, an a-line is your best bet in 2023.
Stacking in a hairstyle is actually a pretty literal term; layers are stacked on top of each other to create volume. This usually happens in the back of the style to create maximum fullness that resolves into angled pieces in the front. Light highlights break up the density in the cut.
An a-line haircut is shorter in the back and gradually lengthens towards the front. The difference between this and an angled bob is that there typically isn’t any stacking in the style. Because of this, you can experiment with texture like waves.
The cut’s wispy layers are the true piece-y perfection, but the mix of warm and cool tones is what really makes the look extra enviable. Waves showcase the refined dye job best. Create soft curls by wrapping one-inch sections around a straightening iron. Run a dime-sized amount of light-hold pomade through the ends to help the shape stay put.
The A-line bob was made to last. Balayage coloring — a technique that involves painting color onto the hair — results in a graduated lightening effect and allows for longer stretches between color appointments. And thanks to the jagged ends, you can wait a bit longer between haircuts too.
If you’re looking for a hairstyle that’s secretly low-maintenance, a medium length bob is for you. Choppy layers and an angled cut keep the hair from falling flat, and face-framing highlights and lightened ends create the illusion of added depth. It practically does the work for you. Your secret’s safe with us.
The stacked A-line bob is as classic as they come. Longer in the front, stacked in the back, the version shown here features layering all around. If your hair is thick and heavy, the shorter top layers are your new best friend. Light, long bangs add further appeal.
The short A-line bob is the best of both worlds: the versatility of a longer cut with the ease of a shorter one. Surface layers only add to the allure of the modern disconnected look. Who says you can’t have it all?
A cut and color combo that are out of this world. Believe it or not, these fun purple highlights are surprisingly versatile. Depending on the environment, they appear to blend back into brunette hair when seen in natural light, or stand out as a bold statement in artificial light and pictures.
When it comes to A-lines, asymmetry is A-OK. In fact, it’s downright attractive. If escalating length is the bob’s first act, disconnected layering enhances the drama even more. The front layers of the cut are designed to fall longer on the right side.
“Shorter in the back, longer in the front” are the true hallmarks for the haircut, and below-the-chin lengths are where they really start to shine. The front-to-back contrast of the long A-line bob is inherent to the look and eye-catching. After all, there’s nothing wrong with some extra attention, right?
This bob features bold steaks of deep red throughout, illuminating the face and accentuating cut layers. Hair should rest just below the chin line, making it a hairstyle that’s easy to handle.
Fine hair is not excluded from modern, trendy hairstyles. This long bob with side bangs across the entire forehead along with multi-length layers is designed exclusively for thinner locks.
The smooth A-line cut leaves out the layers and levels, letting the exaggerated angle and cool coloration do the heavy lifting. Add a slightly off-center part, poker-straight styling and a healthy, glossy sheen and you’ve got a winning hand.
Use a small or medium barreled iron to pull off these loose, modern ringlets that will show off the beautiful layers that come with your A-line bob. If you can’t maintain the curls on a daily basis, don’t worry – this style looks just as lovely straight or wavy.
The extra-long front pieces present a whole new way to frame the face. A deep side-part and soft waves work to create an ultra-romantic side-sweep that serves the wearer well. The subtle mid-blonde highlights appear more sun-kissed than salon-made.
If you’re willing to go rather short, this bob style is adorable. Make sure your stylist uses a blunt cut for the ends and leaves you some long bangs that can be parted to the side. This is a fun, low-maintenance look that takes advantage of the A-line technique for additional body and sass.
This A-line bob haircut features minimal front layering for a clean look. Layering is reserved for the back of the cut, where the stacked bob and its layers work to add volume to the crown — no teasing required. The single-process color keeps it classy and classic.
This cut is another one that works well on super straight hair, which of course can be achieved with appropriate hair products and a quality flat iron. Be sure to incorporate some side bangs to
What can we say? We have a soft spot for soft ends. And unless you’re a fan of frequent salon visits, hairstyles with longevity of wear are where it’s at for you too. To that end, there’s nothing like a razor cut. Here the ends are purposefully jagged, giving the appearance of a lived-in haircut from day one.
Thick, unruly mane? Opt for a longer bob with lots of layers to get a lighter look. More tempered A-line styles are less pronounced than their more architectural counterparts, but, in keeping with its name, the layers shorten toward the back of the cut.
The long A-line haircut proves that statement making hair doesn’t have to be hard-edged. The jagged lob puts the emphasis on the ends which punctuate the gentle waves. The beach-day balayage, where thicker swaths of color are applied seemingly sporadically, add to the effortless air of the style.
Want an A-line without the asymmetry? The inverted bob is worth a closer look. It features a slanted underlayer; from there, graduated, stacked layers are cut into the hair.
By definition, a shattered bob takes the traditional bob cut and modernizes it, disrupting the clean lines of its original style. In this particular version highlights push the contrast further, with a heavier concentration of color applied toward the front and sprinkled from there.
If your hair is straight, opt for a long bob cut, like the long dark to light a-line bob pictured here. With this cut, your color can start from a deeper shade and smoothly fade out to a natural sun-bleached tone, which adds a flavorful touch to your look.
The holy grail of understated layers, ladies and gentlemen: an A-line haircut with layers that are so well blended, they are barely perceptible at all. But take a closer look: it’s smartly feathered with the teensiest of long layers scattered throughout.
This style takes the V-cut technique and turns it on its head, cutting the front to culminate in a V shape. Long, blended layers give the hairstyle covetable movement and interest at the ends. Curl the ends under with a round brush when blow drying for a great hair day, every day.
Slick, straight and steeply angled: now that’s what we call a triple threat. The confident cut speaks for itself. Keep it smooth with a conditioning mask once a week, and stow an anti-frizz sheet in your bag for touch ups on-the-go.
Disconnected layers give a short A-line haircut a messy-on-purpose quality. Here textural waves and blonde highlights look delightfully disheveled. The length is spot-on for a long bob, with the front pieces grazing the collarbone, and the back shortened to the nape of the neck.
This style, when straightened, adds a bit more drama to your bob and provides a nice, sleek feel of silky hair. If you also want a unique look, go for an exquisite hair color that is neither easy to describe nor copy.
To get a funky punk look, you can go with the side shave a-line bob cut. Almost any color will work, but a blonde with a darker undercut is a great solution for such a cool asymmetrical hairstyle.
There are women who want a more striking hairdo – a statement cut, bold styling or unusual hair color. If you fit into this category, you can always go classic with your a line bob cut and try a new mind-blowing hair color. This beautiful shade of gray should let you stand out while you flaunt your tried-and-true straight hairdo.
Color is the best complement to a-line haircuts, and it really kicks them up a notch. Ombre is perfect for short cuts because you can pack a variety of hues into a small amount of hair. It also will make a heavily textured style look more lightweight.
Like any woman, you probably like waves and curls but don’t want look too sweet and girly. Loose shaggy waves for a choppy bob cut would be your ideal solution in this case. Throw in some brighter highlights, smile at yourself in the mirror and be ready to conquer the world!
This is probably the most popular style for fashion-focused females because it’s classy, but it seems effortless at the same time. The messy curly a- line hair is sexy and undone, while a bright blonde streak around the face brightens the girl’s complexion.
The steeper the angle of your cut, the more volume you are able to achieve within the back of your line haircut. Because of the fullness, it’s important to keep curls and waves to a minimum with just a slight bend throughout the ends.
One of the benefits of a long a-line bob is its versatility; you can pull it into ponytails, curl it to add texture or slick it into an updo. With such a trendy haircut, you deserve an equally trendy hair color to match. Ash tones are very popular, but make it your own with a contrasting strip of color in the front.
Want to try a bold color? Choose a simple cut. This sleek side-parted lob works like a blank canvass for the beautiful color job with a temperature contrast. Warm brown and cool gray are not that easy to blend and pull off, but this is definitely a success!
A cut that follows the contours of your jawline looks graphic and chic. If you don’t want it to be too strict, introduce an element of asymmetry into your cut – let one side to be a bit longer.
This bob cut is extremely long. It’s ideal for women who want to give structure to their hairstyles and keep hair as long as possible at the same time. Blonde balayage is still a popular hair color choice.
If you have a short light-colored cut, it can be difficult to keep it from looking flat without layers and highlights. Thankfully, dark roots are now a major trend within blonde hair. Not only does this cut down on your need for touch-ups as frequently, but it also adds richness to your look.
Sleek side-parted styles are very popular for those who want to wear long bobs. But, if you have thin hair it can end up looking flat without layers. An angled cut will give you more volume, while maintaining the overall style you desire.
A stacked bob is recommended for women with fine hair because it gives you mega volume without the need of any added texture. Flirty bangs are meant to show off a classic cat eye and red lips.
The best way to get fullness into a shorter cut is with texture and color. Thin highlights will also give dark hair a bit of dimension. And layers with bangs will provide some much needed movement.
Feathered layers are great to achieve weightlessness within stacked bob haircuts. This style combines an eggplant base with bright violet tips for a coloring trick that draws the eye down and establishes length within a shorter cut.
As minimalism gains popularity, people are opting for more low maintenance cuts. Long layered hair is glamorous, but it can also seem a bit dated. A shoulder-length blunt hair cut is fresh and edgy, while remaining approachable and easy to maintain.
The sloping angle of this cut makes it a true a-line bob because it’s longer in the front and short in the back with no layers. Instead of ombre, this hairdo uses a balayage (hand painted) technique to achieve the sunny copper colors mid-shaft to ends.
The angled bob haircut is great, because it works for all textures and face shapes. You can tailor the style to be the best fit for you. Those with fine straight hair should opt for a shorter cut in the back to create more fullness.
Angled haircuts are perfect for round faces because they offer a structured frame for a soft, curvy chin and chubby cheeks, thus adding sharpness to the overall visage. Side bangs that stop around the cheekbones also sculpt the face further.
With hair so blonde that it almost looks white, it can be hard to get a lot of dimension. One of the best ways to combat a flat look is with brushed curls to achieve not only volume, but visual intrigue and movement. Because everything else is so pale, try adding a pop of color with your lipstick.
Just because you have short hair doesn’t mean that you can’t wear a trendy style like a braid crown. To make it work, have the plait float in the middle of your loose style and tuck it behind your ear to hide its ends. Highlights will really pop within the braid.
A sleek and straight a-line cut looks gorgeous when spiced with a vibrant hue. If your hair is dark, a pale blue fade will come out amazing, but any base color and eye-popping dye will work well. Keep your hair straightened for the ultimate showcase of the chosen color.
This A-line layered bob hairstyle is short, sweet and sassy. Add in a few curls for an added textured touch or just let it hang freely. This style will work best on thinner, straighter hair, but curly-headed girls can make it look great too.
Want a hairstyle that will work for both the office and the dance floor? Check out this long bob that features severely straight tresses. It goes well with professional clothing. You just may find that people now take you more seriously in the office!
Ombre hair is always lovely, but with this style, it’s presented in the best possible light! Using a deep purple pigment against dark hair, this dye technique really brings out the layers and the silhouette of the cut.
Creating a dramatically deep side part will make an A-line cut edgier and more creative. This hairstyle also features a blunt cut to the ends, again bringing with it more attitude than femininity.
This messy hairstyle features long, subtle layers on fine straight hair. A tousled look is very popular right now, and outside of looking trendy, you’ll feel beautiful with this hairstyle, too. Choose ombre hair coloring to finish off the look.
Business in the front, party in the back! This style is more serious and sophisticated than other bob cuts, so if you are a girl who doesn’t like to mess around, consider this at your next salon visit. Some chunky blonde highlights, worked into the bangs, will brighten up the style even more.
If you were born with beautiful beach waves, you’re one step ahead of most of us! Regardless, you can easily get this look on the base of a long bob cut. Just get a large-barrel curling iron ready. Add in some fun front highlights to brighten up the face.
A blunt A-line can look professional and lovely at the same time. Part your hair in the center and straighten the locks to the ends for the ultimate look. This will look best at the shoulder length, but you can always try it shorter or longer if you want something a little different.
Use a curling iron to add some flair to shoulder-length hair. Ombre coloring adds dimension and body to otherwise thin hair, and also introduces a bit more of an edge to this fun haircut.
Jennifer Aniston’s lob is flat-ironed with some lift at the roots to demonstrate her gorgeous layering and fringy tips. Her hairstyle is composed from hundreds of thin pieces that provide super cute framing for her lovely face.
If your hair is straighter and thinner than you’d like, then this cut is perfect for you. The messy yet pulled together look of this style brings the desired body and dimension to fine hair.
Straight and wavy hair will fare well with this bob style that is cut slightly higher in the back. Scrunch damp hair with some curl enhancer and allow your locks to air dry to
One of the nice things about the a line bob is how often you can change your hairstyles and look different. You’re never limited to straight hair or a solid hair color, as you can see in the picture. Why not apply your curling iron, or change your color? Depending on your appearance and desires, there’s a lot you can do.
The stacked A-line bob flatters Victoria Beckham unbelievably! Backcombing enhances its edginess, but the look in whole makes an impression of lightness, naturalness and ease.
There are women who want to convey some softness to the angled bob cut. To achieve that, add a curl inward for the face-framing pieces. Stick with soft balayage highlights for a cute, flirty feel that is sure to attract plenty of attention.
Christina Hendricks’ shaggy A-line bob is the envy of all redheads. Its delicate color features just the right degree of saturation to appear sophisticated and harmonize with Christina’s grey eyes. But what I like the most is its wispy wavy texture and ideal volume.
For those women who want their hair straight and cool blonde, you can’t go wrong with this medium a line haircut style. You’ll certainly feel great and look awesome in your pictures.
If your hair is straight, it needs some pronounced texture to avoid a plain look. Achieve your goal with swoopy layers and a dimensional color. No styling is prettier for this cut and hair type than a classic blowout.
Some women like a line haircuts but hesitate about going short. If you are one of them, remember that you do have an option of a long bob cut, which is actually around a shoulder length, like the style seen in this picture. With bob cut of this length you can try all the hot trends you like – choppy layers, root fade, beach waves, etc.
Be sure: with a stacked bob you are always on-trend. Consider also pampering your hair with color: highlights or ombre for a more impressive and prominent result.