Everywhere we look, there’s someone who’s making the major hair move and chopping off their long locks for a cute pixie or classic bob. Be it influencers, celebrities or our cool BFF, everyone seems to be going for the short crop. If you’ve been inspired to go chop-chop too, our advice is go right ahead; just make sure to consider your hair texture and type first.
Getting short hair is a risky business and since you want to look cute and not end up with a bad haircut, here is some help from us. Take a look at different hair textures and types and decide which short haircut you should go for accordingly.
If you have thick hair, a side-swept pixie would look great on you since you have good volume. Get a pixie cut with longer wisps on the side and ask your stylist to keep it fuller at the crown. You can also go for a long bob or a standard bob with bangs.
Fine-haired ladies, a textured or layered bob is your best bet as it will give you faux volume by adding some layers to your hair. An asymmetrical bob, which is short at the back and long in front or one side shorter than the other will also look bomb on your hair.
Show off those ringlets in a 90s-style shag haircut. It is basically a short layered haircut with bangs that looks amazing on curly hair. The messy and unkempt look makes it even more stylish and chic.
Got wavy hair? Good news for you. You can go for any short crop you like as everything looks good on your wavy tresses. Pick from any short hairstyle—pixie, high-low-cut, layered cut, bob—that suits your face type and go for it.
Women with naturally poker-straight hair can pull off a blunt bob like it’s NBD. The ultra glamorous hairdo is the perfect fit for straight locks. Ask your stylist to keep the length right above the shoulders in alignment with your jawline.
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