With 2020 just around the corner, you might be looking for a fresh look to kick off the new year. The good news is that cutting your hair short will not only save you time and effort, but it’s also a popular trend that celebrities like Jenna Dewan, Sandra Bullock, and Jada Pinkett Smith are rocking today. Whether you’re looking for bold changes like pixie cuts or blunt bangs, or simple styles such as beachy waves or angled bobs, there’s a short hairstyle out there for you. Here’s all of the inspiration you need to finally go short.
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Whether it’s summer or winter, you can never go wrong with effortless beachy waves! There are many different ways to create beachy waves, but a popular way is to loosely curl air-dried hair, and then tousle the curls with your hands for a messy look.
Tight Pixie Hairstyle
If you’re looking for a low-maintenance look for the new year, try a tight pixie. This bold look is so easy to style: Once trimmed tight to the scalp, blow dry clean hair and part it deeply to the side. Then, finish with hair spray.
Sleek straight hair instantly transforms a casual look to effortless elegance. Blow dry clean hair using a brush. Then, take a hair straightener and pull it through your strands until they’re pin straight. Something to keep in mind: This short hairstyle looks best if your ends are cleanly trimmed!
Wavy Lob Hairstyle
Lobs, a.k.a. long bobs, are an easy way to get rid of length without going too extreme. To recreate Kerry Washington’s look, cut your hair to collar-bone length and blow dry clean hair. Then, part your hair to the side and curl your hair away from the face using a curling iron. Finish with hairspray.
Angled Bob Hairstyle
If you find that a classic bob is just too boring, shake things up with an angled bob. This short hairstyle is shorter in the back and gradually gets longer in the front. There are countless ways to style angled bobs, but Jenna Dewan looks stunning with a deep side parted bob and lose waves. Blow dry clean hair and part it deeply to one side. Then, separate…