Pretty, polished hairstyles have reigned supreme for just about as long as we can remember. A decade ago, having a single strand out of place was all anyone needed to declare it a bad hair day. These days, however, the most popular hair trends are all about lived-in looks with lots of movement and texture—and nothing embraces those trends more than choppy hairstyles!
Whether you have dark brown hair or ash blonde strands, you can’t go wrong with a choppy hairstyle if you’re looking for an effortless hairstyle that exudes confidence and edge. Don’t believe us? We’ve rounded up eight choppy hairstyles bound to change your mind.
The Best Choppy Hairstyles To Try Now
Choppy A-Line Bob
A-line bobs already have tons of movement but if you want to take your style to the next level, opt for a choppy A-line bob. The choppy ends will add more texture and movement than you ever thought possible and give your run-of-the-mill bob some real cool-girl edge.
Choppy Asymmetrical Bob
Your hairstyle is often an expression of who you are and if you’re someone who likes to live (and think!) out of the box, you need an equally unique hairstyle. This choppy asymmetrical bob combines some of the most outrageous and artistic hairstyles into one out-of-this-world style.
We love dark brown hair pixie hairstyles but with such little length, it can be hard to create and maintain any meaningful texture. If you want to shake up your pixie with a textured style, ask your stylist for a choppy pixie.
Choppy Modern Mullet
Mullets are without a doubt one of the most polarizing hairstyles around. Lucky for those you not willing to give up the heydays of the ‘80s, there are a few ways to modernize this haircut. The modern mullet is all about texture—and what better way to embrace texture than with a choppy style? Business in the front, party in the back is old news...because this style is party all over!
Shags are one of our favorite choppy hairstyles and one of the biggest hair trends of the year, so there’s no time like the present than to schedule an appointment for your next hairstyle. Don’t worry, you’re going to be just as obsessed with your style as we are!
You don’t have to opt for a short haircut to fully embrace a choppy hairstyle. If you love choppy styles but aren’t ready to part with your precious long locks, ask your stylist to cut slightly choppy ends. This will give your style some extra texture and edginess without compromising your signature length.
Choppy Long Bangs
If you’re looking to play with some length but aren’t ready to completely get rid of your pixie style, consider some long choppy bangs. Allowing your fringe to grow out will give you more length to play around with styles and colors and the choppy cut will take your pixie to the next level.
If you love the texture and movement choppy hairstyles afford but aren’t ready to completely commit to a choppy ‘do, opt for choppy bangs. Your textured fringe will give some much-needed edge to your otherwise polished style.
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