Top Best Haircuts for Women
The butterfly haircut gives you the option to play with shorter hair around the front of your face without having to commit to cutting all your length elsewhere.
Named for the way the cut is round and more bulbous up top and spreads out at the bottom (like an octopus head and its tentacles), the style shares many similarities with a shag.
A staple style in Seoul? Air bangs. Fine and wispy, these see-through bangs are intentionally cut on the finer side, so that your forehead peeps through.
Any Succession fans out there? Due to the immense popularity of the hit HBO show, there’s apparently a rise in requests for a sleek, power bob.
The Power Bob
The shullet is a cross between a shag and mullet. Defined by its generous texture throughout, it’s a solid style for those with naturally finer strands because it adds body.
The modern mullet a la Miley features face framing layers in the front and gradual length in the back. Tip: Dry shampoo is your BFF for that ruffled, day-two texture.
In between a bob and a pixie, this style is more versatile than you think. Side-part it and sweep the ends to one side for a sleek look.
Add some life to limp hair by cutting gradual layers that create movement and body (even if they can't hold a curl).
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Ask your hairstylist to dry-cut your locks for a super-sharp blunt cut.