Long, luscious braids on the New York Fashion Week runways give us hair envy, but we're seriously dying to chop our hair. Lucky for us, braids look great at every length. We've pulled together 11 of our favorite braids for short hair. So go ahead, make the cut, and then add these braided hairstyles to your great big book of beauty ideas.
Give short hair a boost and make it look fuller with this quick and easy ponytail tutorial for short-haired gals.
Ready for a gorgeous new haircut? Short hairstyles make a real statement, so try one of these celebrity short hairstyles for 2014. From the pixie cut to the bob, we love these short cuts.
After years of procrastination, I recently got the pixie cut I'd always dreamed about. Here's how I finally got the courage and why I would do it again tomorrow.
Short hair is having a major moment (we're looking at you, JLaw, Miley, and Viola). Thinking about trying a cutting-edge chop yourself? We asked stylists for their expert advice.
We have thrown out the rule books when it comes to flattering round faces! The old standards that said women with round faces can't have short hair are gone; and the time of flattering lobs, bobs, crops and pixies is here. However, there are still some tricks to keeping your short cut looking great. So, we consulted James Cornwell of Cornwell Styling and master stylist Jay Vosper of Dop Dop Salon to bring you some helpful tips and examples of flattering short hairstyles for round faces.
Having short hair doesn't mean you can't have an amazing hairstyle. It just means you need to be a little more creative. And with these 10 tutorials from hair bloggers, you'll have what you need for anything from a messy pixie to a Lupita Nyong'o–inspired 'fro. Click on to see our fave short hairstyles for black women.
We're used to seeing celebs with long hair year-after-year and while those Victoria Secret-style waves are enviable, they can also get predictable. Luckily, several brave starlets are leading a short hair revolution -- sporting pixie haircuts and looking amazing. Check out our favorite short hairstyles and get inspired.
Lobs, or "long bobs", are still so in. Celebrities have been rockin' the trend for several months now, carrying the fun, flirty hairstyle into 2016 effortlessly
It's getting hot outside and long tresses are starting to seem impractical. Every summer I vow to cut off my down-to-there hair that sticks to the back of my neck and poufs up with the summer heat. I haven't had the guts to do it yet, but with these stylin' celebs as inspiration, I may soon be changing my tune. Check out the gutsy, daring, and just plain sexy cuts your favorite celebs are rocking this summer. You'll want your stylist on speed dial.
Photographer Dave Mead traveled to Anchorage, Alaska, to capture portraits of men who competed in the 2009 World Beard and Mustache Championships. Yes, that's a thing.
Use that pile of scarves in your drawer for your next hair accessory. Scarves give a pop of personality without the painful pinch behind your ears a traditional headband can give you. Follow these steps to discover your next go-to style!
When it comes to headbands not all are created equal. From giant bows to rainbows of colors, it's hard to know where to start. Check out our tips on which headbands work for short hairstyles before your next trip down the hair accessory rabbit hole.
The #BaldAndBadChallenge is celebrating women who have shaved their heads, whether by choice or not.
Let's get to the root of it. You already know how to rock glitter eye makeup and glittery lips, so why not don some sparkle on your tresses, too?
British hairstylist Lisa Farrell's Armour collection is a mind-blowingly gorgeous tribute to African culture.
Move over strawberry blondes, because blorange hair is about to become the hair dye trend we're claiming is completely natural.
You don't need old-school methods to get glamorous, vintage-inspired finger waves. Read our tutorial to find out how to master this hairstyle.
You spend practically every day in your favorite pair of blue jeans, so why not let your head in on some denim-colored tresses?