#20: Uneven Short Razored Bob
If you want to disguise flaws as you are growing out your short pixie, a razored bob for thick wavy hair will do the trick. Part it on the side and allow the long bangs to trail across your forehead in a combover style. If you are purposefully keeping the ends uneven, no one will ever see the imperfections of the grow-out.
#2: Brunette Bob with Layers
A common misconception about thick hair is that going short will result a boxy and unflattering mess. A layered bob can help calm any unwanted volume, so your hair falls nicely and frames your face.
#3: Shoulder-Length Layered Cut for Curly Hair
A key concern with shoulder-length curly hair is that your ringlets will be too poofy or frizzy. Luckily for you, well-cut layers solve this problem, so you never have to worry about having a bad hair day. Ask your stylist for at least three different levels of layers in your hair to let your curls fall smoothly over your shoulders.
#4: Long Layered Haircut
When it comes to haircuts for thick hair, layers can be used to thin out strands. A long layered bob or a shoulder length cut with medium layers enhanced with a large barrel curling iron to further texturize the cut will help your hair look lighter without losing any beauty.
#5: Straight Cut Choppy Bob with Bangs
With medium hairstyles for thick hair you have a lot of locks to work with, which lets you play around with finishes for your cut. If you’ve always wanted to give a cropped fringe a try, your best haircut choice would be a lob with chunky, choppy layers that pair well with shorter straight bangs.
#6: Short Vintage Cut
You can never go wrong with a little inspiration from the 1920’s flappers who sported bold cropped cuts that broke all hair rules. If you want to go this route, choose a long pixie with layers and bangs hitting at your cheekbones and partially covering your ears. The result is a very cute vintage style that looks refined today.
#7: Raven Black Stacked Bob
There’s nothing more beautiful than a black, almost blue, hair color paired with a sleek short bob cut. For a little bit more structure and shape, opt for stacked layers in the back. These help manage the thickness of your locks and look great with long side bangs.
#8: Concave Textured Bob Haircut
For women with thick hair, finding a flattering textured cut is essential. Nicely chopped layers provide just the right amount of texture and structure to your hair. A bob with long layers will fall nicely with a waved style.
#9: Classic Jaw-Length Rounded Bob
If you think that haircuts for thick hair can’t go any shorter than your shoulders, think again, because this jaw-length bob is about to prove everyone wrong. Opt for a cropped bob with rounded edges to achieve a smooth and elegant shape. Add in blonde highlights to amp up your hair’s dimension and vibrancy.
#10: Choppy Haircut with Ombre
Not into super short hair? Never fear because there are plenty of medium hairstyles for thick hair to choose from. Choppy layers and cropped bangs for shoulder length hair make a perfect cool-girl combination. Top off the look with auburn balayage ombré to enhance the impact of your sassy shag.
#11: Chocolate Mocha Short Bob
A fresh cut and a new, warm color can transform your entire style. A deep chocolate shade paired with choppy layers is a great solution when you want to switch things up. Add in light shades of brown for even more dimension.
#12: Angled Medium Cut
If you’ve been rocking long hair for quite a while, here’s a way to make things easier in the mornings without sacrificing style. Hair can be cut at an angle; giving you shoulder length strands around the back and longer layers in the front. This will not only frame the face beautifully, but will also give you plenty to work with when it’s time for a fancy updo.
#13: Seamless Layers for Medium Hair
With medium length locks, sometimes it’s better to choose long layers that easily blend for a cute cohesive style. The seamlessness of this cut is perfect for anyone in desperate need of a nice wash and go ‘do.
#14: Long Shag with Bangs
For those out there who aren’t looking to make any drastic changes to their hair’s length, long feathered layers with subtle highlights help spice up a longer style for thick hair. Consider shaggy layers that form natural waves in your locks. Pair these with side bangs for the perfect ‘70s look.
#15: Short Blonde Shag Haircut
There’s no need to leave shaggy haircuts in the ‘70s. This style with blunt and choppy layers is among the best haircuts for thick hair, especially if you have coarse hair.
#16: Sliced Black Bob
The finely chopped layers convey lightness and ease to this dark bob with barely-there silver highlights. For thick hair, besides the fringy bottom, you’ll want to add light, jagged shorter layers throughout. These help to build a flattering shape and remove the bulk.
#17: Angled Messy Bob with Fringy Ends
The right silhouette of your cut is essential when choosing a flattering hairstyle. An angled bob forms a front focused shape with volume in the back and a more or less dramatic slant that’s visually more interesting than a one-length cut. Fringed ends for the inverted bob are perfect for those with thicker locks. The look is choppy, structured and lightweight.
#18: Long Bob with Full Bangs
If you’re feeling daring and you’re ready to take on a lengthy commitment, try this long bob with choppy arched bangs. The fringe allows a flawlessly messy feel, but don’t be fooled by the casual vibes. They’re a lot of work and will add at least five extra minutes to your morning routine.
#19: Angled Bob with 3D Layers
Hairstyles for thick coarse hair can be tricky to manage, especially if you decide to go rather short with your cut. However, a good option for difficult hair is an angled bob with swoopy layers. Accentuate them with a subtle balayage to achieve the enviable 3D effect you often see on today’s fashionistas.
#20: Long Hair with Blunt Bangs
Loose waves give long thick hair an extra boost of volume without any unwanted frizz. A good way to control the thickness of your locks is adding medium layers and blunt bangs to frame your face. A color fade also makes them visually interesting and so lightweight.
#21: Brightened Brunette with Long Layers
Women with thick hair desire to create hairstyles that are more weightless—the blended layers in this look are cleverly cut to reduce the heaviness. Lightening the hair color with an ombre technique also keeps the style from appearing too chunky and dragging down the face. Revel in your beautiful cascade of ombre hair!
#22: Graduated Short Bob Haircut
Those with thicker hair have much to work with, so playing with an extreme angled bob is a fun way to update your style. To get the most out of the shape, place some copper or caramel highlights throughout your chocolate brown hair.
#23: Inverted Dimensional Bob
Sometimes all we are looking for in a hairstyle is low maintenance styling. One of the best easy cuts for wavy hair is the inverted bob. The crop is simple, which allows you to focus on creative dye jobs. If you aren’t sure where to start, try a dimensional bronde balayage with chunky blonde pieces and a pretty root fade.
#24: Stacked Angled Bob with Elevated Crown
You don’t need a ton of volumizing products to enjoy perfectly lifted hair. Layered and stacked bobs give hair an automatic lift, leaving you with little to no styling to do in the morning. Add in some highlights to draw even more attention to your dynamic cut.
#25: Long V Cut with Flowy Layers
Most haircuts for long thick hair are great for anyone with naturally wavy or curly hair. Cut layers in a V-shape to encourage your waves to fall smoothly on top of each other and create a continuous flow.
#26: Jagged Shag for Thick Hair
Thick hairstyles work really well with shaggy layers; keep your hair shoulder-length, and you’ll have a beach-worthy ‘do for everyday. The shagginess of the style makes thick hair appear lighter, without sacrificing any texture or volume. Add in subtle highlights for a lived-in and relaxed vibe.
#27: Short Layered Razored Bob
Razor-cut ends bring a great edginess to any style, and when paired with a short bob, you get a hairdo that works for straight thick hair. Keep the layers simple, so you have the right amount of volume and the lovely effect of jagged ends.
#28: Swoopy Layered Medium-to-Long Cut
Medium length hairstyles for thick hair benefit from long, swooping, wave-like layers that fall without any hassle. Blow out your hair with a bend at the ends and rock a gorgeous downdo that wouldn’t pass unnoticed.
#29: Choppy Blonde Bob Cut
Short hair can be daunting, especially for someone with a lot of hair. However, by cutting choppy layers into a regular bob style, you can ease the transition.
#30: Neat Medium Cut for Long Hair
Styling thick hairstyles with sleek waves is one of the best ways to truly appreciate the cut and show off your hair color. It’s recommended to opt for loose waves that won’t cause too much of unwanted volume in your hair, and having medium-length locks will be easier to manage in the mornings.
#31: Long, Thick and Luscious Waves
Hairstyles for long thick hair are synonymous with luxury, adventure and drama. A combination of honey and dark caramel highlights for the polished layered waves make this hairstyle appear unbelievably exciting and an absolute head turner!
#32: Short Inverted Finely Chopped Bob
If you have thicker hair, to avoid a blocky look with a bob cut, try an inverted bob with textured layers. The thinly cut layers give your hair more air, which results in a beautiful choppy style that won’t look heavy or immovable.
#33: Stacked Razored Bob
Want something a little bit edgier? One of the best hairstyles for thick hair for those who favor the punk style is the stacked bob with razor-cut edges. This cut works well with shorter and long bobs, so it doesn’t matter what length you prefer for your particular hair texture.
#34: Long-Layered Thick Hair
Haircuts for long thick hair are not all that complicated, they just need to be clever — adding long layers renders lightness to the ends, and complementing with blonde highlights can add immense texture and dimension to those gorgeous sweeping layers.
#35: Silver-Grey Angled Bob
The expertly painted silver-gray highlights on this angled bob hairstyle are a very classy and fashionable balayage solution! Bob haircuts pair best with defined waves that create a great texture and feel of weightless, flowing locks. A lot of movement can be added by long jagged layers making this little number uber-cute!
#36: Medium Shag with Sticking Out Layers
Longer shags look a bit neater than their medium counterparts, yet they still bear enough sass to look current and express your bright personality. The disconnected jagged layers create a unique texture and shattered shape to the hairdo. Style your hair in waves so that some ends stick out, and layer in blonde highlights to further accent the shag.
#37: Medium Haircut with Rippling Layers
It’s amazing how layers can truly transform a style. Have your stylist cut V layers. With straight thick hair they’ll create a lovely texture; your locks will give ripples like someone has just thrown a pebble into a pond. Each layer of your hair is defined, but the overall effect is perfectly cohesive.
#38: Side Parted Choppy Lob
If you’ve been itching to cut your hair short, long bobs are the perfect way to ease into the transformation. The side part looks great with straight hair , waves and curls.
#39: Short Inverted Bob Cut
Although there are a lot of hairstyles for thick hair to choose from, one of the most interesting options is an inverted bob with balayage highlights. The shape of the cut and the different shades of color create a complementary combination that makes your style look all the more intriguing.
#40: Sexy Swoopy Collarbone Bob
Medium haircuts for thick wavy hair are some of the most versatile out there, so experiment and have fun with your lob or shoulder-length shag! Swooping layers add volume and give your locks an irresistibly sexy look.
#41: Angled Bob for Thick Hair
One of the best thick hairstyles, the angled bob with smooth layers perfectly manages frizzy hair. With a style this low maintenance, all it takes is some loose waves to keep the cut polished and ready for daily wear.
#42: Long Shaggy Hairstyle
Today’s long styles usually involve layers when it comes to thick hair, but so do those for thin stranded girls. If you love layers but don’t have a lot to work with, don’t worry – layers can also add volume and sheen to hair that usually lays limp. Fine hair that is layered takes on a “choppy” or shaggy look that is rocker chic.
#43: Shaggy Bob with Highlights
Liven up your locks by trimming them into a medium length shaggy bob enhanced with a high-quality hair product and some pops of color throughout.
#44: Layered Lob Haircut
Long bobs are all the rage right now! Everywhere you look, celebrities are making the chop to bouncier, lighter locks. This layered lob is the perfect way to transition your long, heavy hair into thick, bouncy tresses. The shorter style will breathe a new life into your hair. Without the length weighing it down, you can reach all new levels of volume!
#45: Tousled Shag for Thick Hair
One of the best medium hairstyles for thick hair — a wavy shag is super easy to achieve. The razor cut long layers thin out the lob and give off a very rugged, yet feminine appearance. Also slightly lighter ends take away the bulk and help balance out the thick hair.
#46: Modern Layered Haircut
If your hair is stick straight (or else you style it to be), then go with long layers featured in this and other medium haircuts. Straight across ends and softened top layers create body and bounce without abolishing that beautiful straightness that is so good at showcasing color.
#47: Easy and Breezy Shorter Hair
Hairstyles for long thick hair can be so much work! Keep things simple this summer instead with a classic shoulder length bob. Hair cuts like this require much less maintenance and are still fun to wear.
#48: Thick Long Bob with Waves
The long bob has been a go-to hairstyle for thick locks. This classic cut is one of perfect haircuts for thick wavy hair, as it is super easy to style and manage.
#49: Short Stacked Haircut
Play around with the natural volume and texture of your hair and try a sophisticated stacked haircut. If you’re feeling even more adventurous, cut dramatic side bangs to pair with your freshly cropped style.
#50: Shoulder-Length Choppy Hair
Sometimes that awkward in-between stage can seem to have no cure. Amp up your shoulder-length hair with choppy layers, perfect for allowing more movement and flow. No need to worry about your hair type, because the cut works well with both curly and straight locks.
#51: V-Edged Long Graded Haircut
What can be more beautiful than beautifully cut long thick hair? This treasure is cut in long distinct layers which curve naturally for an added textured effect and shape a shattered V-line at the ends. Warm honey highlights enliven the look and make you just go “wow!” and “I want, I want!”
#52: Chin-Length Bob with Horizontal Edges
Every now and then we see angular bobs with elongated front tresses, while this one also features angles, but not in its outlines. Multiple layers, cut at angles, highlight a fantastic feathery texture of thick hair, contrasting with the neat smooth edges.
#53: Medium Layered Cut with Blunt Edges
Thick hair looks the best in medium-length haircuts for thick hair with light low layering. Gradual reduction of length for the top tresses will ease the style and improve the overall look. A few long sliding layers accentuate the texture, while blunt edges show off the envious thickness. If you want them appear lighter, just flip them up slightly like in the photo.
#54: Long and Choppy Layers
If you have dull wavy thick hair with a straight cut and are longing for some lightness, fret not, because layers are your best friend! Choppy layered haircuts can give you a weightless feel and still maintain a long hair length. Request your stylist for vertical and horizontal layers. These will not only cut down the volume but also achieve lightness and movement. A very light blonde balayage on dark hair can uplift the haircut and give it more texture and drama.
#55: Mid-Length Haircut with Balayage
With thick hair, you don’t have to go too short to show off your locks in a manageable ‘do. Spice up the average mid-length cut with a caramel blonde balayage and add in long layers for more depth.
#56: Long Wavy Bob for Thick Hair
Here’s another way you can rock a shoulder length layered long bob. Plenty of texture and dimension is added to this medium haircut thanks to shaggy waves and a subtle light brown balayage. The layers keep hair from being weighed down and blocky, giving it a nice lift and carefree feel.
#57: Layered V-Cut for Thick Hair
Who said your hair has to be cut all one length? Cut your locks into a V-shape with various layers for a natural boost and have your strands cascade down your back.
#58: Graduated Lob In Red
There are so many different variations of bob haircuts for thick hair. You can play with the shape, texture, layers, and even the color. Show of your fiery side with a deep red lob cut.
#59: Side-Parted Beach Waves
Beach waves are ever popular, and if you’re fortunate enough to have a natural kink to your hair, you’re already halfway to the trendy summer style. Thick hair can be tricky, but with a good dose of layering you will find that this is one style that works well – whether you’re close to the ocean breeze or miles away.
#60: Dimensional Layers with Chocolate Balayage
If your color is getting a little bland, touch it up with a chocolate-tinted balayage. Both long and short hair would look great with easy loose curls to show off the newly added shade.
Tousled thick tresses are fun and flirty, shaggy asymmetric locks are sassy and sexy, a shattered thick mane is nonchalant and stylish… Whatever length you prefer, sport it texturized, accentuated with highlights or slightly teased. More hairstyles for thick hair can be viewed here.