Though thick manes excite envy in girls with fine and thin locks, there are also challenges faced for those with big hair. From pains of detangling and round brushes stuck in the tresses when combing to crazy conditioner waste when washing, a head of hair gives plenty of reasons to think of a big chop. But what short hairstyles for thick hair are trending now and which one will work for you? Let’s sort it out!
Chic Short Haircuts and Hairstyles:
Razored ‘dos add texture to straight hair, while retaining the inherent volume and removing excess bulk. This short angled bob with a side fringe is a real bomb.
Though full blunt bangs are not recommended for round faces, this short sassy fringe is an exception. It’s graphic and angled, while coupled with tousled bob styling.
An oval face allows for daring hairdos like this highlighted burgundy pixie with super-long bangs and layered wavy tresses all throughout the top.
The layered bob gives a nice chance to showcase an exciting color blend, while molding straight thick strands within a clear shape.
This angled bob features more disconnected layers and a shaggy finish, also displaying a lived-in balayage work.
You can go longer with a choppy bob featuring a bit shorter back and loose waves bended in the middle for a hot beachy look.
This gal rocks her dynamic bob with bangs that are side-swept and cut piece-y to blend into the overall style and to accentuate blonde streaks.
When you want a clearer shape and added dimension on the top, ask for a short stacked cut and texturize it further by waves.
This ear-length bob with bangs has a flawless French feel, though upgraded with the elevated top and flipped out upper tresses.
This wavy bob is actually very thick, but it doesn’t feel as this due to a razored finish and a plethora of texture, enhanced with a mix of colors.
And this inverted bob, which features a hardly visible undercut enveloped with heavily textured layers, is the very thing for wash and wear style.
Shags are among our favorites for thick hair, as they are flattering and easy to style.
This sassy pixie boasts strong pieces on the temples, long wispy bangs and a textured top, emphasized by dusty highlights.
Messy styling can come with a wavy texture, as it’s shown on this short bob with a rounded back and longer front pieces.
On the other hand, you’re free to choose a more polished finish. This icy blonde pixie is all layered and razored, but it looks elegant.
This brunette knows how to switch up her regular bob by simply tucking her side locks behind the ear.
And this blonde crop shines with its piece-y texture, styled both back and forth for enhanced movement.
But even a classic bob looks vibrant on straight hair, when it has a clear shape, textured tips and lovely color transitions.
If you’re daring enough, take the lead from this violet diva who’s got a killer pixie with long wispy bangs and tousled styling.
This chop looks no less scenic due to the combination of a dramatic black hue and a wedge-cut nape, complimented with tapered face-framing locks.
A short bob can be artistically transformed into a prom ‘do with soft waves and a loose braid, flowing around the head.