15 Funky Inverted Bob Haircuts You Have to See
Very Short Inverted Bob
Rock a very short inverted bob cut if you’re tired of dull, long hair! The length hits right at the jawline, keeping a fuller finish. Color the tresses with a combo of magenta and deep blue shades for a funkier appearance.
Colorful Medium-Length Inverted Bob
A colorful medium-length inverted bob is so cool and fun to wear! This is for ladies who have loud personalities. It has rainbow tones, which makes it easy to match any outfit and vibe. This long bob is versatile in that it works in both straight and wavy styles.
Heavily Layered Inverted Haircut
Opt for a heavily layered inverted bob cut for a softer look that shows a great deal of movement. It’s ideal for thick tresses, removing weight and bluntness. This funky inverted bob with swoopy layers looks more beautiful when paired with red lowlights to really emphasize the cut.
Super Messy Inverted Bob
Of course, a super messy inverted bob makes a trend that catches everyone’s attention! It’s the style that allows the tresses to appear with lots of texture and volume. For ladies with a light skin tone, feel free to incorporate a shade of aqua blue into a tousled inverted bob like this. Such a fashion hair color creates a funky result!
Extra Choppy Inverted Bob Cut
Opt for an extra choppy inverted bob haircut if you’re blessed with thin, fine tresses. The texture and the choppy layers are sure to breathe life into the locks. And, don’t be afraid to experiment with new shades. A bright copper hue is so in these days!
Extra Long Inverted Bob
Hair can be extra long but still considered as bob. This is a medium-length inverted bob cut where the longest strands reach the collarbone. The back area is shorter to maintain the hair’s fullness. With a combo of dark roots and balayage, the finish is super funky. To ladies with a natural wavy texture, go for it!
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Edgy Undercut on an Inverted Bob
Choose to flaunt an inverted bob with an undercut, mostly if you’re a lady with thick hair. The edgy undercut gets rid of excess bulk while keeping its fuller look. Don’t forget about the side part to carry out the extra volume.
Funky Inverted Cut (Back View)
The secret to a funky back view of an inverted bob lies in the layers. For added volume and movement, layers are a great addition. Women with a fine density of straight hair will love wearing it. Thanks to a little texturizing spray, the outcome looks effortless!
The Shaggy and Funky Lob Hairstyle
Achieve a funky inverted lob by getting a shoulder-length modern shag with bangs, paired with a feisty electric violet shade. This hair idea is by style creator Aja Hamilton of Virginia, USA. It features lots of texture in the interior with a strong forward fringe.
“There are ways of creating similar looks to this while flattering your face shape and skin tone. Make sure your stylist’s coloring skills are as strong as their cuts,” states Hamilton.
This violet shaggy inverted bob suits women with a light skin tone the most. Style the hair with soft texture and waves to perk up the finished look.
Inverted with Pink and Purple
Go inverted with pink and purple hues to look funky! Melting fashion colors are always exciting to wear. The hair length where it touches the neck adds a pinch of edginess to the entire style. This is for ladies who are into loud and poppin’ colors!
Short Inverted Cut For Curly Hair
For curly brown hair, this funky inverted bob is a gem! Created by stylist Christin Brown of Santa Barbara, this funky haircut can enhance the shape and volume of the curls. It also features layers for maximum fullness.
Brown’s ultimate advice for women considering this curly inverted bob is to be sure that you want to go shorter. “If you go too short, hair does grow back but it can take a long time to get back to where you were. If you’re considering fun and bold shape with your hair, make sure that it supports your lifestyle,” Brown explains.
It’s best to also look through some images of women with curly hair like yours and a cut that you admire.
Go over proper products and styling care with your stylist when it comes to maintenance. Brown notes, “They can show you the best products for your hair type and also educate you during your session. That way you go home with the skills needed to recreate that salon-fresh look.”
For an everyday look, feel free to use a styling cream to minimize the frizz and defines the curls.
Colorful Inverted Cut
A colorful inverted cut offers a unique, playful style that’s truly eye-catching! This short haircut has longer strands at the front to soften the jawline of a square face shape. Shades of blue, red, pink, and yellow combined well together. This graduated bob is so cool that funky ladies will enjoy it.
Asymmetrical Inverted Bob
A funky asymmetrical inverted bob with a stacked back is edgy in style and color! It’s a funky hairstyle by Hannah Plasse, a stylist from Keene, NH.
“Be prepared to put some effort into your style with products like texture sprays and powders. If you’re a get-up-and-go kind of girl, this look may work for you if you like the undone vibe with the playful layering,” Plasse suggests.
To get the movement and fun in the hair, smooth with a flat iron or blow-dry smooth first. Then get wild with the texture products to create fun, tousled but touchable volume.
Inverted Cut with a Dramatic Angle
The dramatic angle featured here is a sharp inverted, angled bob by stylist Maxine G of North Bay, ON. With a bit of an edgier haircut, it’s great for women desiring a funky change.
Maxine finds this inverted bob with angled layers great for women who have medium-to fine hair. “It’s easy to style with naturally straight or wavy hair, but not recommended for curly hair type,” Maxine adds.
Super Stacked Inverted Bob
This is a super stacked inverted a-line bob, made by stylist Julie Holbrook of Ogden, UT. It has soft layering that is shattered and soft rather than chunky layers. It’s an all-over scalp bleach with a soft purple toner. With a good round brush, you should be able to get good volume and height on this rounded inverted bob.
“This funky stacked bob works well for most women. A few things to consider would be the density of hair, head shape, and willingness to style. Thick hair is going to lay in the style faster than thin hair, but it can be done,” Holbrook points out.
If you have a flat head, you’re going to have to work extra hard in styling to achieve fullness and volume. You must be willing to round brush the style every time you wash. Holbrook emphasizes that this is a wash-and-go style but to achieve lots of volume and extra poof, you have to style it that way.
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