Chin-length wavy hair is a popular short hair style with texture and volume. For women who already have a wavy pattern, this style requires little effort. Still, women with straight hair can recreate the look with heat styling and a sea salt spray.
Stylist Tori Hart is from Minneapolis, Minnesota. She gave me her go-to short wavy hair tips, so she might share them with you.
💡 Important things to know first
- Don’t cut too short. Waves are short and dry and bounce up.
- Regular touch-ups are required every 4-6 weeks. If you want to avoid frequent trimming, have your hairdresser undercut or graduate your back.
- Be honest and realistic about your hair routine. Tell your stylist if you don’t want to use the product or if you have any special requests, such as styling your hair for work or exercise.
- If your stylist recommends tweaking your hair plan, trust that they have your best interests in mind.
- Tell your stylist what products you already have and how much you’re willing to spend on new items.
- Consider the drawbacks before making your final choice.
- This style may take some getting used to if you usually wear your hair up. Your new best friends are half ponytails and cute hats.
- A haircut above the shoulders will quickly start to feel heavy on your back.
It’s always fun to have new perspectives. Try it! Here are pictures of the most attractive options for chin length wavy hair.
side sweep style razor cut bob
Makeover with side sweep style to razor cut bob. A razor cut is best for heavy hair. Create space between your strands and give the ends a more wispy shape. Try your part on either side and see which one works best for you. Use the natural body you have with Scrunch Dry for a more modern, organic finish.
Diffuse French Bob for Chin Length Fine Hair
Try the soft shape of a diffused French bob on thin, chin-length hair. If you like a messier style, put a round brush down and scrunch dry it instead. Chin-length wavy hair with bangs might be the easiest style you can achieve.
Very short A-line cut and razor layers
A very short A-line cut and razor layers will spice up your life. A chin-length beach wave creates a playful, dazzling texture. Ask your stylist to create a slanted back that makes the cut even more dramatic. Short, but soft and sexy. You’ll love the razor’s A-line shape.
Face framing layered bob with side bangs
A face-framing layered bob with side bangs to soften the weight of your hair. Consider side bangs that take more weight out of your hair and soften square face shapes. If you like volume, remember that the shorter the length, the wider the width.
wavy blonde bob with jagged ends for thick hair
For thicker hair, try a wavy blonde bob with jagged ends. A chin-length bob on wavy hair is the perfect trendy style. There are various techniques your stylist can do to help your hair grow and look less bulky.
textured short bob with waves and fringes
Looking for a beautiful blunt cut? Try a textured short bob with waves and fringes.This timeless cut looks good on everyone, anytime.
One-length bob cut with deep sides
A one-length bob with deep side cuts is always fashionable. My best advice for anyone wanting an easy haircut is to try a one-length bob. The best way to achieve volume is to do a deep side part.
baby shag with wavy bangs for thin hair
Thin hair can be created from chin length wavy hairstyles to face framing styles. A baby shag with wavy bangs creates a body of hair with shaggy layers. This style can be styled using air drying products or using a hot iron like a flat or curling iron.
Two-tone short choppy hair with thin bangs
Two-tone short choppy hair with fine bangs is a popular crop for those with curly or fine hair. This is because the layers are dull and short in length.
Side part asymmetric cut for loose curly hair
For women looking for body and lift, try an asymmetrical cut with a side part. Create a layer that gives the movement of the bob cut. With daily refreshment, you can part and lift your hair in the opposite direction.
Messy beach waves with square face shape bangs
Balance the square face shape with messy beach waves and bangs. A chin-length haircut with wavy hair softens the jawline. And the volume of the side is also exquisite. Your thin hair will look thicker with the benefit of the shorter length. Make sure the layers are textured to enhance the waves. Makes styling easier.
Short tousled layers with microbangs
Short tousled layers with micro bangs are best for wavy hair types. Micro fringes are short in length, so they work well with curls. Also, using a razor layer will help focus a lot of volume and lift the crown.
Related: best chin length layered hair ideas
soft disheveled wolf shaggy bob
The wolf shaggy bob is perfect for women with fine hair.
Chin length wave blunt bob with subtle layers
You’ll love the chin-length wavy bob lines and subtle layers. Ask your stylist to add long, choppy layers to the bottom of your blunt cut. It gives you the perfect amount of texture. The longer the layers, the easier the cut will dry, curl, and create a low-maintenance finish. If you have natural waves, try scrunch drying with a diffuser. Please iron it if necessary.
Related: Best low maintenance chin length hair ideas.
Short angled bob with piece-like layers
A short angled bob with piece-like layers is the perfect style to wear in a wavy shape. If you have a heart, square or oval face shape, this haircut will do wonders for you. The chin length haircut for thick wavy hair is a great style. Especially if you don’t want to spend time styling your hair.