Short Hair, Don't Care!
The dog days of summer are here and you may be wondering, “Should I cut my hair?” Are you contemplating a power pixie haircut or other trendy short hair looks, but still on the fence about trying a whole new look? Cutting your hair can actually be quite fun and flirty! We've picked our top looks for going shorter from the HC Lookbook. Keep scrolling for all the haircut inspiration you need before heading to the salon.
This version of the bob is blunt and hits at the jawline, but when tucked behind the ear, you'll get an A-line effect. It's also great if you're looking to make your hair appear fuller because the shape will make your hair look as thick as possible.
This style works best on straight hair, but if you have wavy or curly hair, it’s also a cool look. If you want more volume on the sides (long face shapes), choose a jawline length. If you want to create length in the face (round or angular face shape) leave the length longer, in a lob.
Bob With Bangs
You're not sick of your bob just yet, but you want to freshen up your super trendy cut? Add a set of bangs. Bangs will change the face frame of the haircut and give you a fresh, new look.
If you have curly hair, work with the natural texture of your hair and don't go too short. With straight hair, keep your face shape in mind when choosing the bang style you like.
Grown out Pixie
This pixie is short on the sides with long, choppy layers up top. We LOVE this hairstyle because there's a ton of ways that you can style it. With a round face shape, go for more volume on top. For a long face shape, you can wear the front part down, and you can alter it with a messy fringe. Invest in pomades, like Cibu Sticky Rice to style your hair cut.
Before the cut
Not all short hairstyles complement all people. So when our Guests come in and request a particular look or show us pictures of celebrities, we want to accommodate them – but we simply wouldn’t be professionals if we didn’t offer some insight into what haircut would look best and fit into your lifestyle. Still undecided? Talk it over with your stylist and ask him or her to offer suggestions to help you select a style. Then share your new 'do with us by snapping a selfie and posting with #MyHCLook to Instagram!