5 Fun Short Hairstyles To Consider
Had it up to here with long hair? We can’t blame you. Summer would seem like the time to shear, but winter, in its own way, can be just as inconvenient for flowing tresses. The split ends, the wind damage, the inevitable hat hair—it’s almost enough to make you reach for the scissors yourself and start chopping away.
But before you rush to lop it all off, wait—don’t just go short for the winter when you can go short in style. You don’t need long hair to look great. Look over these five fun short hairstyles to consider, consult your style magazines, and find the short hairstyle that’s right for you.
Hey, if you’re going short, go short. If you have the bone structure to pull it off, super-short hair can be manageable yet striking, and of course, très chic. There are so many directions you can go in with a pixie cut; you can embrace highlights in natural or unorthodox colors, bangs or no bangs, or even go a little asymmetrical. If caring for weathered hair has taken up too much of your time in previous winters, you’ll really appreciate the style and convenience.
Smooth, streamlined, and sophisticated, there’s no style like a French bob to lend yourself a note of Parisian cosmopolitanism no matter where you may roam. If you want to accentuate your cheeks and lips with a gentle curve and curl right at the jawline, this style is definitely une bonne idée. As popular as they are in the summer, French bobs are a hairstyle for all seasons. Winter is a terrific time to accessorize, and all your favorite hats and scarves should look terrific with your new fashion-forward hair.
Want to go short but with an edge? Choppy layers will give your hair more depth and are a perfect canvas for highlights. The textured look of a choppy bob is a perfect antidote to long, flat hair, and the variations in hair color will make your hair a work of art.
A lob has nothing to do with tennis—rather, it’s a portmanteau of “long” and “bob.” If you can’t fully commit to the short length of a true bob, a lob gives you a little more wiggle room. If you’ve let your hair grow ridiculously long, maybe shoulder-length hair is short enough for now. Straight or wavy, it’s hard to beat the versatility of a long bob.
Whether you’re going by the book for pure retro flair or personalizing the pageboy for modern times, this mix of curves and bangs can radiate effortless, confident cool. Bangs are in again, making this classic style of the 1950s a perfect fit for the 2020s, too, and certainly among one of the five fun short hairstyles to consider.
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