Low-maintenance short haircuts include a buzz cut, pixie, spikes, or tight curls. Most people have short, modern, unisex, and gender-neutral cuts.
With a long haircut, it's easy to play around with layers, thickness, and color. A loose shoulder-length style with curtain bangs that frame the face makes me think of the 1980s.
You can play around with texture and color when you have a short, angled pixie cut. The slanted pixie is not symmetrical because it has beautiful layers and a deep side part.
This cut works for people with square, round, or oval faces. Straight hair can look fun and young if you use texturizing sprays, curling wands, or just mess it up a bit.
For a beachy or punk-rock look, short, wavy hair can be curled or spiked, while straight hair can be pulled back into a ponytail.
The shag haircut, which started in the 1970s, is still a cool, rebellious look for young people. Accentuate the jagged layers in this naturally loose haircut for a look that is both edgy and versatile.
The curved pixie bob is a fashionable hairstyle. For square faces, the cut makes the neck look longer and draws attention to the cheeks with sharp curves and shaved areas.
This is a trendy and seductive look. Messy waves look classy, but to get them to settle properly, you need to shampoo, condition, and let them dry naturally.
A skilled stylist can easily blend curtain bangs into long layers to give the cheeks a sweet, soft look. With a pixie cut or a mullet, these bangs look great.