When we posted our last haircut inspiration guide—nine inspiring haircuts for every length—we had an overwhelming large number of people asking why we left off super short styles. Little did they know—thanks to Jennifer Lawrence, Karlie Kloss, Beyonce, and all the other tastemakers that have gone chopped their locks over the past year—cuts above the chin garnered their own guide entirely! May we present the fruits of our Pinterest research: the 19 most inspiring short haircuts to take with you to the salon!
Click through our slideshow for the best short cuts try!
Long bangs are the perfect contrast to a blunt bob.
Wispy bangs in an eyebrow-length cut blend seamlessly into a textured bob.
Go ‘60s mod by adding baby bangs to your pixie.
Natalie Portman looked fabulous with a shaved head, but if you’re not up for going bald, try her cropped pixie instead.
Kate Moss’ tousled look brings this style from soccer mom to supermodel.
Not all bobs need layers. This one length, chin-grazing cut still packs a punch.
We’re loving this borrowed-from-the-boys cut.
Sleek styling and clean lines make for a chic street style.
Sienna Miller mastered the phase between the grown out Edie Sedgwick and messy bob.
Take advantage of a shorter style to show off some statement jewelry…
…or to go totally minimal.
Straight doesn’t have to be boring! A sleek texture accentuates the face-framing layers of this cut.
Lily Collins’ textured bob is perfect for those of us with unruly locks.
Instead of battling with a bang grow out, embrace the length and create a faux-side bang.
These piecey bangs can be pushed to the side, to create a layered look, or parted in the middle for a sleeker finish.
Need we go on about our love for the ‘90s swoosh?
If a cut alone doesn’t feel daring enough, take a cue from Karlie Kloss in Interview magazine and pair it with a bright-blonde color.