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Short Stacked Bob Hairstyles

Short Stacked Bob Hairstyles

Whether you're wearing a short elf medium length locks, a choppy bob, or almost any other type of hairstyle, you'll find that cutting some stacked layers in the back makes a big difference to your hair. Stacked hairstyles are among the most popular and it's easy to understand why. If you're not sure what exactly stacked hair is, it's easy. Layers are gradually cut into the back of the head, creating a rounded shape with a lot of extra body. This is the perfect way to give your hair shape and height while being totally trendy. So what are you waiting for? Check out these 20 stacked hairstyles that you are sure to fall in love with.

Feathered blonde bob

This short hairstyle gives the hair depth and texture in almost every way imaginable. There are two different lengths at the same time, from this choppy, layered crown to the long strands with a face frame. Then of course there are these stylish brown stripes all over your hair.

Layered stacked bob


In a nutshell

If you need to be convinced that short hairstyles can be among the cutest and most girly, you'll find your proof here. We love this chic shape, which was cut inwards at the neck and whose reddish brown color is shiny and shiny.

Slim bob


Blonde balayage

Here we have an amazing example of an A-line bob. There is a professionally cut angle in the shape of the bob that gives shape and body to even the finest hair. As if that wasn't stylish enough, different shades of blonde were mixed together, creating a beautiful balayage effect.

Sliver bob


Bettie Bangs

Bettie Bangs is the name for super short, dull bangs that are cut high on the forehead. The style was named after the 1940s pin-up model Bettie Page, and this blunt bob is an ideal way to update this classic style.

Stacked bob with blunt bangs


Purple stripes

The shape of this crop flatters almost every face shape. The high, stacked back and long face frame strands at the front go perfectly together. As if that wasn't enough, the purple stripes add a rebellious, funky edge.

Two-tone hair


Fiery red

Only dare to wear this short hairstyle if you don't mind being the center of attention everywhere. This multicolored red is about as bold and beautiful as it gets, and this stacked crop with sweeping side bangs is a real show stopper.

Light colored bob


Extremely graduated bob

Unleash your inner rock star by trying this eye-catching hairstyle. There's a lot of shape going on here; from the teased, combed back roots down to the obtuse-angled ends.

Back angled bob


Wavy bob

Perhaps sharp angles and extremely high crowns are not exactly your thing. If so, don't be fooled that you still can't rock an amazing stacked hairstyle. This wavy graduate bob is cute and carefree. We especially love the cherry red balayage that runs through it.

Purple highlighted bob


Golden praise

Praise (short for "Long Bob") is currently one of the biggest hair trends and is worn by almost every style idol. This is a stunning example of a voluminous, eye-catching rag. The hair was parted deep to the side with thick, wide bangs and this golden hue is fascinating – especially with slightly darkened roots.

Blonde layered bob


Two-tone pixie

Wondering how to add drama and depth to your pixie crop? This wavy, stacked harvest is an ideal example of this. Additional choppy layers were cut into the back of the hair, which adds a serious height. In addition, the hair was dyed in a fun two-tone style, golden blonde on top and chocolate brown on the bottom.

Curly Stacked Bob


Chestnut Bob

This haircut manages to achieve a seriously dramatic A-line angle in a surprisingly subtle, understated style. The sand-brown hue was brightened up by a hint of golden balayage concentrated around the long front of the bob to lift and frame the face.

Blonde bob with middle part


Black and gold

A chin-length stacked bob with sweeping bangs is beautifully flattering and will suit almost any girl. However, if you want to give this classic cut your own unique touch, add bold gold stripes through your black curls.

Black and brown stacked bob


Chocolate Angled Bob

The shape of this extremely angled, stacked bob is as trendy as it gets. A haircut like this looks best when worn in a sleek, straightforward poker style and combined with a shiny color like this rich chocolate brown.

Inverted bob


Two-tone bob

If we could sum up this hairstyle in one word, it would be: wow. The two different tones in the stacked bob are warm enough to complement each other, but different enough to show dramatic contrast.

Brown bob with side part


Strawberry blonde stack

The colors in this softly stacked bob perfectly match the warm sunshine this summer. The cut is high and layered, which gives even thin curls the illusion of being thick and full-bodied.

Highlighted bob


Pastel curls

Shimmering silver is currently one of the coolest hair trends. These silver curls have a soft shade of pastel lavender, which makes the color look even more stunning.

Wavy bob



The sweet cinnamon tone in this soft stacked bob looks wonderful on girls with warm skin tones. The length of this bob is not only slim and chic, but also incredibly easy to style.

Burgundy bob


Subtle ombre

So you have the perfect angled bob with a neatly stacked back, but are you afraid that your color will let you down? If your natural shade is too matte or flat for such a stylish silhouette, all you have to do is add a hint of blonde ombre.

Straight bob


Graduated Bob with full bangs

This hairstyle is perfect for girls who want to experiment with short hair but are not yet ready to say goodbye to their long, feminine curls. The combination of light and dark brown looks stunning on all skin types.

Stacked bob with wispy bangs


Multi-colored stripes

There are many different colors in this short, stacked bob. Auburn, maroon, ash blonde and golden blonde work together to create warmth and depth.

Bob highlighted in white


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