10 Haircuts That Never Go Out of Style
Although Western society typically associates beauty with long hair, the short-haired pixie cut challenged this notion in the 1960s.
Pixie: ChoppyZoe Kravitz pixieSTEVE GRANITZ / GETTY IMAGESToday, the pixie has become the preferred cut among certain celebrities.
This short and stylish 'do can, and should, be embraced by all hair types.
This sultry, textured, layered look features lots of shape around the face, drawing maximum attention to the eyes.
Gabrielle Union takes her shag to the next level with a head full of curls—bangs included. To score her style, we recommend investing in a curly hair routine.
Lou Doillon channels the spirit of the '70s with her rockstar shag. “This cut is a classic for millennials due to the fact that it’s so low maintenance,”
Blunt bangs make a statement. In fact, they are an inexpensive yet effective way to completely change your look
And while you might be wary of bangs due to concerns like their constant upkeep, a curtain fringe, like this one here on Bryce Dallas
A side-swept fringe is also easy to maintain and style. They're the perfect accessory to texturized beach waves as modeled by Chrissy Teigen.
“This is arguably the most versatile cut of all time. Two people can have a bob exactly the same length
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