Thinking about changing up your hairstyle or just getting bored with your long hair? There are tons of short Asian hairstyles to give you inspiration: You can go super short, like a boy cut that’s tailored for today, pixies with lots of options, and so many more options. Before you make an appointment with a hairstylist, you might want to read this article about Asian hair, so you can get a better handle on how your hair reacts to cuts and products.
Look through these short Asian hairstyles to find one that’s perfect for you:
1. Gelled Boy Cut
Don’t think that there’s only one way to style a pixie. Opt for a boy cut that has long bangs, add gel and go. Another way to style it sans gel is to sweep the bangs to one side or wear them pushed back with a thin headband.
2. Micro Bowl Cut
Try the bowl cut’s been re-defined with a micro, piecey fringe and tapered sides.
3. Long Layered Pixie
Layered pixies are fuller towards your face due to layers. This look gives you lots of styling options!
4. Short Layered Pixie
Want more height, or go for an edgier look? Apply Nexxus Extra Hold Sculpting Gel to your pixie to create a spiky style.
5. Pixie with Blunt Cut Bangs
Let it all hang out with blunt cut bangs. Play with your part so that it doesn’t stay in one direction and mess it up for additional height. Keep locks in place with a quick mist of Dove Style+Care Extra Hold Hairspray.
6. Updated Pixie
The pixie gets updated with a deep side part. TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shine Serum will add loads of shine to your new look.
7. Long Pixie Wet Look
Long pixies are fab short Asian hairstyles because there are so many ways to style this look. Use TRESemmé TRES Two Extra Firm Control Gel to get that on-trend wet look. Without gel, you could place a barrette on one side of your head, go for a teeny pony or simply let your imagination go wild.
8. Micro Bob
The micro bob has a thick straight across fringe, and the ends of the bob are short enough to just kiss your cheeks.
9. Side Part Bob
Side parts work really well with both round and square face shapes.
10. Stacked Bob
Stacked bobs work well with fine and straight hair. The hair is layered and cut at an angle at the back while the front is cut without layers.
11. Blunt Bob with Fringe
This bob is one length all the way around and has a thick full fringe.
12. Curtain Bangs
Curtain bangs are also known as See Through Bangs and are long bangs that come down to almost the middle of your nose.
13. Layered Choppy Lob
A cross between a lob and a shag, the layered choppy lob exudes attitude. To get that mussed, fresh out of bed style, use Bed Head by TIGI Up Front Rocking Gel Pomade to create that piecey texture.
14. Long Layered Lob
A long layered lob can make fine hair appear fuller. The layers can create the illusion of movement. To add some wave to your hair, use a flat iron to make loose waves. Before using any hot tool, use a protective spray like Dove Smooth & Shine Heat-Protection Spray, let it dry and then wave away!
15. Unicorn Braid
Place a unicorn braid at the center of your short cut.
16. Lob with an Undercut
Highlight your undercut by pulling hair back into a ponytail and bun combination. Or let the top layers down and let no one know about your undercut but you.