Hairstyles for Short Hair
Short hair has many advantages. One of those advantages is, of course, the amount of time it takes to style your hair. If you’re looking for new ways to wear your short hair, we’ve got a collection of them here, just for you.
Put gel in the front of your hair before drying. You want a flexible hold that allows your hair to move, not stiffen it, so don’t use a lot. Pull your layers forward as you blow dry so they frame your face and lie flat against your head. Flatiron your bangs, then tousle a little with your fingers.
You’re going to want a lot of volume and texture with this cut. Use a root-lifting spray on wet hair, and let your hair air-dry. Blow-dry your bangs to one side. Rub pomade onto the ends of your hair, gently twisting small sections to give yourself even more texture.
Short, Thick Hair
Blow dry your short, thick hair to make it look beautiful and sleek. Use a leave in conditioner – I’m fond of Chi Silk Infusion. Separate the top and bottom sections and dry underneath first, curling your hair around a round brush. Then finish the top section. Use finishing spray to smooth your hair and give it great shine.
Pixie for Thick Hair
You want to add shine and moisture to this cut. Use a moisturizing conditioner to keep your hair from looking puffy. Mix styling cream and gel and apply it to damp hair. Let your hair air dry, or use a round brush and a low setting to blow dry your hair.
Pixie for Fine hair
You don’t want to weigh your hair down and make it too flat. Use a light conditioner and a volumizing shampoo. Then use a root lifter to give yourself a little volume at the top and blow dry roughly. You’ll look cute as a button and ready to go in minutes.
Short, Curly Hair
Deep condition your hair at least three times a week to fight frizz and damage. Mix leave in conditioner and gel to give you a little control. Let your hair air dry and touch up with a shine or anti frizz serum.
Here’s a video for flirty short hair with an angled bob. You could use this on any bob, however, it doesn’t have to be angled.