Pixie haircuts are making a comeback this year—the short and sassy style looks great on just about anyone. Interested? Keep reading.
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Contrary to popular belief, bangs are flattering on both men and women. Hoping to try out the hottest fringe of the season? Look no further than curtain bangs. These retro bangs are perfect for anyone who loves pixie cuts but doesn’t want to get rid of their face-framing layers.
Short styles are great for anyone looking for trendy, low maintenance cuts, but sometimes getting rid of all of that hair can make styling your mane seriously boring. If you don’t want to fall into a styling rut, opt for a high-top pixie. The length will allow you to create looks from ponytails and buns to beach waves and braids.
Bowl cuts used to invoke memories of dining room table haircuts and dreadful school photos, but no longer! The bowl cut has been updated with modern lines and is perfect for anyone who wants to put their best feature on display—their face! Ask your stylist for full bangs, cutting the rest of your hair to chin length all around. Steering away from the single length cut will bring your style into this century.
Business in the front, party in the back. The mullet has gotten a serious upgrade while managing to hold on to the carefree vibe that made us fall in love with the style in the first place. Gone are the sky-high feathered bangs and unsightly rattails. Instead, the shaggy mullet is all about texture and movement.
Ask your stylist for bangs that go straight across your forehead. He or she will then use a razor to cut the hair on the back of your head, removing any bulky weight. The final result will leave you with two styles in one.
Ask your barber to create razor line designs in your undercut, taking it from plain old hair to a piece of art. If you’re searching for ideas, we’re partial to geometric designs.
If you thought buzz cuts were just for men, think again. Women have embraced this classic men’s style that somehow manages to look both masculine and feminine. Shaving off almost all of your hair isn’t for everyone, but those willing to take the plunge are rewarded with a low maintenance style that turns heads.
If a bowl cut isn’t modern enough for you, the pixie version should do the job. This precise and artistic cut is perfect for anyone who likes their hair to be the center of attention.
Why decide between having long or short hair when you can have both! An asymmetrical cut is the best of both worlds and (as an added bonus) the style has a slimming effect on round faces.
Upgrade your pixie by shaving the sides and back close to your scalp for a tapered look. Keeping your hair longer on top gives you more day-to-day styling options, while the tapered edges instantly make your face appear slimmer.
In just a few decades, mohawks have gone from punk clubs to the runway. The style is perfect for anyone looking for a style that has a bit of an edge. Whether your mohawk hovers just above your head or reaches dizzying heights, you’ll have a fashion-forward style every time.
If you’re used to slicking your cropped ‘do straight back, consider switching things up with a softer style. Simply sweeping your hair to the side creates volume and much-needed movement.
If you’re debating whether or not you should take the plunge and go for a full-on buzz cut, test the waters with a shaved side or two. Shaving one or both of the sides of your head allows you to have the best of both worlds: a buzz cut with enough hair to style.
Shaving the side of your head is a big commitment, but an undercut is a perfect way to experience shaved hair without having to flaunt it to the world.
Whoever said long hair isn’t androgynous was seriously mistaken. Long locks paired with seriously edgy micro bangs is not a cut for the faint of heart, but you’ll easily have the most interesting hair everywhere you go.
The classic mullet is long and shaggy, but that doesn’t mean people with short hair can’t take advantage of the trend. If you already have a pixie cut, allow the hair on the back of your head to grow a few inches for a look that is equal parts fairy and rockstar.
Buzz cuts are perfect for anyone who wants a simple, no fuss haircut, but that doesn’t mean you can’t spice it up when you want to. If you want to add a little excitement to your run-of-the-mill buzz cut, ask your barber to shave a design into your hair. Whether you opt for a few simple lines or a more intricate geometric design, the hair tattoo options are endless!
Opting for an undercut gets rid of quite a bit of hair, but your barber can leave just enough length that you still have enough to play with hair color. Your cut is anything but boring, so why should your hair color be? Ask your colorist for a rainbow dye that is guaranteed to turn heads wherever you go.
The Caesar is a traditional men’s cut inspired by everyone favorite Roman emperor, but as the saying goes: sometimes the king is a woman. Ask for a shaggy Caesar to add a bit of feminity to your ‘do without losing your edge.
If you love the look of an undercut but the thought of completely shaving off one section of your hair sends chills down your spine, consider a tapered undercut. Asking your barber to taper your undercut allows you to embrace the shaven look without putting your scalp on display.
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