With the seasons changing, the urge to chop off all your hair might be stronger than ever. While this sentiment might normally be met with blank stares and reminders to exercise caution, it just so happens that short hair is majorly trending right now. And not just the ever-popular bob haircut either. Celebrities, fashion people, and hairstylists agree that all varieties of short hair are in. Rejoice!
So what does that mean for your short-hair aspirations this season? Good things, we think! From cuts to colors and all sorts of styles, all things short hair are gaining some well-deserved renewed interest. Ahead, check out the short-hair trends set to dominate the rest of the year. And be sure to scroll to the end to see the trendiest and most controversial look we can't believe is still going strong. Just you wait.
Frizz is the enemy of the shag haircut, especially if your hair is short. Keep it at bay with a nourishing leave-in conditioner like this one that imparts smoothing hydration and protects against humidity.
Celebrity hairstylists predicted that '90s hair vibes would be big in 2021, and Millie's vintage flip proved their point. Vintage styles will continue to trend into 2022. She's giving us Clueless, and we have no choice but to stan.
Halsey's Old Hollywood volume is making us want to throw it back a few more decades.
There's really no hair length that isn't suitable for hair accessories, but there's something about adding decorative accents to short hair that feels extra elegant. Kerry's oversize pearl clips are just one option that looks chicer than chic.
Whether you're working with wavy, curly, or coily hair, this weightless curling cream will accentuate any texture.
Braids are timeless, but they've been gaining renewed momentum as one of the most popular hairstyles over the last couple of years. Braided accents, like Ruby's French braids, are an unexpected yet pretty addition to a signature pixie cut.
Cleopatra's box-braided bob is almost too cool for words. And that color? Yes.
There's nothing like a pop of color to take any short haircut from regular to remarkable. Brittany's stark, face-framing streaks show just how much of a difference a little color makes on an otherwise standard cut.
This pre-shampoo treatment helps to balance the hair's pH level and seal the cuticle to protect deposited color against fading as you wash.
Mullets have been popping off ever since Miley Cyrus debuted hers, and by the looks of it, the controversial hairstyle is back for round two. Maisie Williams is among the flock of stars dedicating themselves to the grunge-inspired cut, and we have to say that we've never been more tempted to commit to such a wild look.