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3 Sassy short hair trends to try now

Katie Holmes -- Chin-length bob

by Jessica Padykula

Something classic: Chin-length bob

If you’ve been toying with the idea of shorter strands but don’t want to take too much off, a chin-length bob is a great way to ease into a look with less length. Whether you go bold and boxy or tousled and textured, bobs are back in a big way this winter. A bob is always a classic cut and we’ve seen many variations over the years, but the chin-length style makes it easy to make a change that isn’t too drastic. To keep your bob fresh and fun, the length should be at your chin and the structure kept blunt. We also suggest adding eye skimming blunt bangs for a more dramatic twist.

Styling tip: If you want to keep the style sleek, use a sculpting product before drying. For a more relaxed look, work a light hold styling cream into damp hair and finger dry.

Michelle Williams -- Cropped pixieSomething cute: Cropped pixie

While not for everyone, pretty pixie cuts are flirty and fun. We saw cute, ultra-cropped cuts grace several spring runways, showing us that when it comes to hair, the shorter the better this winter. So if you’re feeling really adventurous this season, try a cropped pixie hairstyle and go short all over. Opt for something reminiscent of Twiggy’s famous pixie cut from the ’60s or Mia Farrow’s look from the movie Rosemary’s Baby. Or for more modern inspiration, look no further than Harry Potter alumni and burgeoning fashionista Emma Watson. Other celebrities who have tried out variations of the updated pixie include Ginnifer Goodwin and Michelle Williams.

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