Just because your hair doesn't fall past your shoulders doesn't mean your wedding hairstyle options are limited. We're turning to stars like Michelle Williams, Julianne Hough, and Halle Berry for ways to dress up everything from bobs to pixies. Click on for some stunning inspiration.
Whether you're planning a wedding or it's your bestie who's walking down the aisle, we've got the perfect wedding hair inspiration. If you liked Kate Middleton's look but it just wasn't your thing, don't fret, we've looked back at the red carpet for some style inspiration so you're sure to find something you like here! So whether you're the bride-to-be, bridesmaid, have a wedding to attend in the near future, or are just looking for a hairstyle with a little extra somethin' somethin', you've come to the right place . . .
The start of the year is the perfect time to make a dramatic change to your look, and freshly chopped hair could be just the thing to scratch your new year beauty itch. The bob has made a return to the celebrity hair scene and this time it's very sharp and extremely edgy. Karlie Kloss is currently rocking the right-now-bob, as is Margherita Missoni, Leighton Meester and Phoebe Tonkin; but there's been more than a few over the years that we're looking back to for new year hair-spiration.
Formal events for short hair can be an uphill battle. Since up ' dos are out of the question, how do ladies who have committed to the crop pull off hair that's party-ready? The answer is actually much easier than you think. "Formal hair for women with short hair is all about texture," says celebrity stylist Mark Townsend, who has done hair for Christina Aguilera and Natalie Portman. "Go for a style that's a little bit more than your natural hairstyle." Get some easy styling tips for your next formal event when you keep reading.
What short hair lacks in length, it makes up for in style. But if you happen to have a cropped coif, you might get stumped on how to wear your hair for dressier occasions. Not anymore, with these three ways to dress up short hair.
Ever since Audrey Hepburn made the pixie cut an iconic style, celebrities have been adopting this easy cut. Lately, it seems as if this cropped look has been popping up everywhere. From Anne Hathaway rocking her short 'do on The Dark Knight Rises publicity trail, to Michelle Williams and Zoe Kravitz who have also gone short, and prove that there are fun and flirty ways to personalise the style. Keep clicking to see five ways to own your pixie.
Hands up how many of you have had a hairstyle overhaul in the past year? Past five years? Past ten years?! It's funny how quickly we can grow attached to a signature style, only having the minimum trimmed off the ends every 6-8 weeks, but then easily end up being in a bit of style rut. Well, not on our watch. We're here to hold your hand and gently encourage you to try something new. It needn't be drastic, but you'd be surprised how a subtle change of style can boost your mood and make you feel like a new woman. Not sure where to start? We've rounded up some celebrity styles for you to take lead from. Whether you have or would like cropped hair, short hair, medium hair or long hair, they're all there just waiting to inspire! Take a look now.
Just because there tends to be a greater focus on Rapunzel-like strands when it comes to weddings and formal events, doesn't mean there aren't plenty of gorgeous ways to style a short cut. So whether you have a pageboy or a pixie, check out these 20 options and get styling.
Cameron Diaz lopped her hair off a few weeks ago and has already proven just how versatile a short style can be. In fact, in the past week alone, Cameron has worn her freshly shorn crop in an impressively varied amount of ways. At a Golden Globes afterparty on Sunday, she went for casually cascading waves, but then earlier today at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week, she tried a sleeker look, donning a high-fashion pompadour at the Versace show. Later on in the day for Dior's show, she switched things up with a pinned-back up 'do. All looks are fun and fresh, but if you had to pick your favourite, which one would it be, up 'do, pompadour or curls?
Vanessa Hudgens looked barely recognisable on the set of her new movie Gimme Shelter with her brand-new, shaggy crop. Of her new style, the actress said, "Honestly, I kind of feel like a soccer mum. There's nothing wrong with soccer mums, but I'm only 22." Explaining her role, she said: "I play this girl, who's like homeless and she doesn't care about her look very much," but in real life Vanessa still obviously cares about her appearance, working some volume through her newly sheared strands for an appearance on Access Hollywood Live on Monday. The actress seems undecided about her new look, but what do you think?