A timeless choice, the classic bob features a blunt cut that falls just above the shoulders. It adds volume and thickness to fine hair.
This bob is slightly longer in the front and shorter in the back, creating an angled look. It can provide an illusion of fuller hair.
Similar to the A-line bob but with a more dramatic angle, the inverted bob adds movement and texture to fine hair.
A longer version of the bob, the lob typically falls around the collarbone. It's versatile and suits fine hair well.
Adding layers and texture to a bob haircut can make fine hair appear thicker and more voluminous.
Incorporating bangs into a blunt bob can give a fresh and youthful look to fine hair.
This bob is all about adding texture and movement with layers and texturizing techniques.
Stacking the layers in the back of the bob creates a voluminous appearance, making it ideal for fine hair.
For those looking for a shorter bob, the pixie bob combines the best of both worlds and can work well with fine hair.
An asymmetrical bob is edgy and contemporary, and the uneven length can create the illusion of thicker hair.