8 Short Haircuts and Hairstyles to Inspire Your New Look

Classic Buzz Cut

The buzz cut of Michaela Coel demonstrates how little really does matter. Hair may be a distraction as well as an accent in certain situations. A short hairstyle like this one helps draw attention to the star and creator of I May Destroy You's gorgeous cheekbones.

Asymmetrical Bob

One side of Michelle Williams's bob features a front section that is somewhat longer. It has greater power than, let's say, if it were about an inch longer. The secret to styling this haircut is to let it fall naturally without adding too much volume.

Box Braid Lob

The braids worn by Marsai Martin are a playful take on the traditional lob. "It's fierce and stylish." To glam up the style, add some beads, hair jewelry, and accessories.

Flipped-Out Ends

If you desire Halsey's style but already have a bob. Next, give the ends a slight flip using a one and a quarter-inch barrel curling iron at the bottom.

Curly Bob

This jaw-length hair highlights her gorgeous curly bob bone structure. Moreover, the length creates the appearance of greater volume. Balding says that an anti-humidity leave-in cream is a great way to smooth and shine strands when styling a cut like this.

Curly Lob

A short, stylish lob like this one is worn by people with curly hair. Simply twist your hair back and leave a lot of free tendrils in the front for styling.

Modern Mullet

Party in rear, business in front. The mullet was a popular hairdo in the 1980s, and Miley Cyrus is modernizing it. There's a punk rock feel about this. Her natural hair structure, which is straight and fine, works well for this kind of cut.

Soft Curls

The length of her curls, which are longer than a pixie but shorter than a bob, perfectly frames her face. Using hydrating conditioner on a regular basis can help maintain this type of textured hair hydrated and looking glossy.