5 Easy Ways to Style Your Short Hair

December 22, 2021
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5 Ways to Style Short Hair

Let’s debunk the myth that people with short hair can just roll out of bed and go. People with short hair deal with many of the same issues that those with long hair do, like flyaways, cowlicks, frizz — the list goes on. And on top of that, you have less hair to work with on days it's just not cooperating. Whether you already have hair above your shoulders or are considering making the chop, we’re here to provide some short hair styling inspiration. Read on for our favorite and easy-to-recreate tutorials that will get you and your short hair through any occasion.

How to Style a Pixie

If you’re looking for a chic, timeless way to style your pixie cut, Tiana Marie has you covered with this finger waves tutorial. This is the perfect way to dress up your short hair for a special occasion. 

How to Style a Bob

Learn how to style your bob in ten different ways in this video by Izzy Shea. Whether you prefer a slick side part or a cute claw clip updo, you’re sure to find a style that works for you. Just remember to apply a heat protectant before you style — Shea uses the L'Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Heat Slayer Pre-Iron Spray.

How to Style Curtain Bangs

Curtain bangs were a major trend this year, but they’re not as low-maintenance as your classic face-framing layers. Learn how to pump up the volume of your flowing fringe with this beginner-friendly tutorial by vlogger Ariel.

How to Style Damaged Hair

Struggling to tame short, damaged hair without resorting to heat styling it? In this video, Sophie Hannah shows the strong-hold products she uses to slick her bob into a sophisticated low ponytail.

How to Create Flat Iron Waves

Have you ever flipped through a hairstlyist’s photos on Instagram and wondered, “How did they style such perfectly imperfect waves?!” Most likely, the stylist used a flat iron for a looser, more relaxed look than what you would get from a curling iron. Learn to perfect the trick with this video by Mallory Brooke.

Photo: @immallorybrooke, Design: Juliana Campisi

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