So you’re a #shorthairrules kinda gal: You love how easy short straight hairstyles are to style, leaving you more time for makeup and figuring out which stellar pair of shoes you’ll wear today. Sometimes, you think there’s got to be another way to style short haircuts for straight hair. And you’re right: With a flip of a part or the use of a different product, and maybe you’ve got a brand new look. Here are 14 short straight hairstyles to rock your world:
14 Short Straight Hairstyles We Love
1. Mushroom Haircut
The mushroom cut is, essentially, one long layer of hair falls over a boy cut. This is one of a few fabulous short hairstyles for fine straight hair, as it really showcases straight tresses. You can up the style by going platinum, or even use a creative color on your top strands, giving your ‘do a cool high-contrast feel.
Speaking of two layered styles, the undercut is another cool look for short hairstyles for straight hair. The sides and back are cut super short—almost buzzed—and the top layer is left long. The style can easily be changed by using a hair accessory like a barrette or headband, then create a short braid with the longer pieces.
3. Buzz It
Go androgynous with an all over buzz cut. This is one of those super modern short straight hairstyles that showcases your style without much effort. Keep your scalp nourished and happy with S Factor by TIGI Papaya Leave-In Moisture Spray. It’s a super lightweight and nourishing leave-in conditioner and soothes your scalp as it moisturizes tender skin.
4. Side-Swept Pixie
The side-swept pixie works with relaxed, fine and thick straight hair. Pixie cuts, in general, are go-to short straight hairstyles because they look great on everyone and are easy to maintain.
5. Long Hair and Fade
Like the mushroom and undercut hairstyles, the long hair and fade combo is one of the short haircuts for straight hair that gives oodles of styling options. With this cut, the top layer is cut long, almost chin length, and is kept in place with gel, like Nexxus Exxtra Hold Sculpting Gel keeps every strand in place.
6. Braid It
A pixie can look amaze with a short braid that twists to one side. Take pixies, the short straight hairstyles to another level with a playful side braid. Keep the style casual by anchoring the braid with a bobby pin.
7. Highlights and Lowlights
Made a deep side part on a pixie, and turn up the volume with bright blonde highlights and brown lowlights. Bed Head by TIGI Dumb Blonde Purple Toning Shampoo used once a week ensures that blonde shades stay blonde and bright.
8. Asymmetrical Bob
With straight across short bangs, and one side longer than the other, this stand out short haircuts for straight hair is very fashion forward. Keep it bold and glossy with TRESemmé Botanique Damage Recovery Oil Elixir which helps keep hair soft, smooth and shiny.
9. Curtain Bangs on a Pixie
Looking for short hairstyles for fine straight hair? Say hello to the pixie with curtain bangs. The hair is cropped tight on the sides and back, and the bangs are long in front. This cut makes the most of fine hair, giving it the appearance of fullness.
10. Jaw-Grazing Bob
Straight hair rules this cut! Hair is cut right below the jawline and swings free. If you want to change it up, make a baby bun at the base of your neck.
11. Volumized Boy Cut
This boy cut has baby bangs and micro layers around the crown. Add volume with Suave Professionals Natural Volume Mousse. Apply to damp hair, and while blow-drying, finger-style hair in place.
12. Pointed End Bob
Once uber popular in the ’70s, this bob is making a renaissance. This blunt haircut is one of those short hairstyles for straight hair that’s made perfectly for hair without much texture. The cut is precise all the way around, and the pointed front highlights how amazing straight hair can be.
13. Angled Bowl Cut and Micro Fringe
A little longer in the back, the angled bowl cut is street-style savvy.
14. Updated Bowl Cut
Long bangs and a stacked (layered) back are the keys to this style.
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