Trendy Styles for Short Hair

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The idea that short hair is not for everyone is a big myth. With the right cut and style, anyone can look good with short hair.

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Admittedly, having your hair cut in short styles can be overwhelming, especially to women. Some cling to their long hair like a security blanket, relying on the femininity it provides to feel like a woman. But the right cut can really show off feminine features that tend to be covered by long hair.

Here are some trendy styles that might inspire you to make the change:

Layered pixie

Adding layers to the basic pixie cut adds both drama and dimension to your short hairstyle.  To style, apply volumizing mousse, then blow dry. Gently tousle the crown and style the bangs and sides forward. This style works best for all face shapes and fine to medium hair.

Bouncy, layered crop

It’s amazing what layers can do to add volume, even to short hair. If you want short hair with a bit of body and movement, try this cut. To style, apply volumizing foam on damp hair, then blow dry with a round brush. Take a 1 ¼ inch curling iron to curl hair away from your face, then use a light wax to define and separate your layers. This style works for most face shapes, and is perfect  for medium to fine hair.

Vintage pixie cut

The pixie cut is a great way to stand out in any crowd. This type of pixie cut is more polished, and exudes a vibe that’s the right mix of modern and vintage. To style, apply a thickening lotion, then create a deep side part before blow drying. Finish the look with a light hold hairspray. This style looks great on most face shapes, and is ideal for fine to medium hair.

Textured bob cut

The bob cut is a classic that never goes out of style. This particular style updates the classic style with lots of layers that add texture. To style, apply lightweight texturizer on damp hair, then blow dry with a flat paddle brush. Add movement by running fingers through your hair, then apply serum for shine.

The bob cut is a classic that never goes out of style. This particular style updates the classic style with lots of layers that add texture. To style, apply lightweight texturizer on damp hair, then blow dry with a flat paddle brush. Add movement by running fingers through your hair, then apply serum for shine.

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