#1: Choppy Pixie with Side-Swept Bangs
A choppy pixie with side-swept bangs is a disconnected and edgy shape. Try a spray wax to create texture and a spiky finish. Most straight haircuts will create the pieced-out and effortless effect.
#2: Bob with Bangs for Thick Hair
A short straight bob with bangs for thick hair is a great illusion haircut. Not only can you create softness in the perimeter of the shape, but you can also shorten or elongate the forehead, depending on the bang style. Ask your stylist to dry cut your haircut at the end to remove unwanted weight.
#3: Bowl Pixie Cut on Women Over 60
A bowl pixie cut on women over 60 is a refreshing way to keep a short haircut chic. Keeping full bangs with your pixie elevates the style while maintaining an age-appropriate hair length.
#4: Neck-Length Blunt Cut with Curtain Bangs
A neck-length blunt cut with curtain bangs is a modern style for a young professional. Try incorporating a blow out spray like Ever. Bounce by Kevin Murphy for a lasting swoop on a curtain bang. Short straight hair with curtain bangs elevates your typical mid-length haircut.
#5: Face-Framing Short Straight Cut
Contouring goes beyond makeup. It can be created with styles like face-framing and straight cuts that accent features of your face. If you need to switch it by the season consider evolving the bangs and experimenting with the color.
#6: Straight Short Hair with Undercut on Fine Hair
Straight short hair with an undercut on fine hair brings attention to the brow bone and eyes. Brow-length bangs, and weight around the eyes, give symmetry to any face. Try Amika’s Illuminati Diamond Ceramic Flat Iron to create a straight hairstyle.