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The '60s Stacked Haircut Is Officially Back (& Bringing Major Volume)
Sharp A-Line
The most well-known iteration of the stacked bob is the sharply angled A-line version. However, while asking for the hairdo, just make sure you avoid extremely short, spiked layers in the back and ask for soft, bouncy, cascading, blended layers instead.
Natural Waves
Although there are plenty of tips for styling your naturally wavy hair, stacking layers in the back is the best way to build up volume at the crown if your hair naturally tends to fall flat at the roots. You'll be amazed at how your waves seem to wake up and stand at attention.
Sensibly Rounded
If you typically wear your hair straight, consider a rounded stacked bob with an addition of some long face-framing layers in the front. This style provides an injection of volume and falls into a classic and sophisticated rounded silhouette.
Subtle Highlights
The ultra-layered nature of a stacked bob can provide the perfect showcase for some subtle sun-kissed blond highlights. You can opt for a long bob if you’d like to capture the feel of a longer look without the weighed-down flat roots or the exhausting upkeep.
Short Bangs
If you're looking for a modern, artsy statement piece of a haircut, ask your stylist to swap out the option of long face-framing layers with short, choppy bangs. Incorporating the hairdo with a stacked bob can help create flattering angles and volume-boosting layers.