Blunt Cut

If you want to fearlessly cut your hair short, try this style. Blunt cuts with subtle face framing break the face's linearity. To give your blunt cut body, a stylist might add hidden texture.

Curly Pixie Cut

Cut your hair short, like a pixie, and let the curls do the talking. Make sure everything is cut to the same length to achieve this effect.

Polished Pixie

Adding some texture to a short cut will make it easier to achieve a variety of looks. Not to mention, a pixie cut is a great way to express your playful side.

Voluminous Lob

A freshly cut lob with volume, movement, and interest. You may give your hair a new lease on life with this dramatic undercut long bob.

Chin Bob

A chin bob is a great choice for ladies with fine hair since it frames the face and highlights the cheekbones. Wispy bangs are also easier to style than either curtain or harsh bangs.

Textured Pixie

Less styling is needed for shorter hair. Classic pixie cuts are. For body, want length on top.

Classic Bob

If you have fine or thin hair and desire your hair to be tapered away from your face, but you don't want the inverted or asymmetrical bob look, a classic bob is a perfect choice. 

Face Framing Lob

This faux curtain bang can be straight or curly. Full bangs are another option. Curtain bangs dominate internet style boards. Soft, framing bangs transform any style.

Layered Lob

Loudness makes this style. For added movement and sensitivity, have your stylist create square layers with point cuts on dry hair. A volumizing mousse may help at-home styling.

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