Here’s a quick look at the hottest haircuts in Hollywood right now. From short crops to full and flowing locks, we’ve covered it all. There’s a top style for every person here!
For a assymetrical take on a pixie cut, try Rihanna’s close crop with long layers in the front. For added attitude, be sure to try out skinny streaks in blonde for darker hair.
Try deep, blunt bangs. I’m not a big fan of this hairstyle as it’s really hard to pull off. Even on super model Agyness Deyn I don’t think it’s that great. However, if you’re looking for something totally different and attention getting, you could try this option.
Another great short crop right now is Halle Barry’s pixie. Try styling this with a bit of pomade or hair wax, grabbing the tips of the hair in random directions to add texture to the style.
Katie Holme’s bob is one of my favorite looks. It’s clean and polished with long layers. The A-line shape gives it a modern look that’s sleek and refined.
I love this bob on Reese Witherspoon. The wavy texture really creates a soft and glamorous look. I would use a diffuser for this when your hair is half dry, after brushing styling cream through your hair.
Another classic take on the bob here. Michelle Obama’s diagonally side-parted bob is elegant and flattering. Be sure to use smoothing cream and a shine spray to control friz and fly-aways for this style.
Leslie Bibb sports a textured bob with long eye-level bangs. This haircut is best styled with some mousse at the roots for volume and thickening spray for added texture to create the piecey look.
I especially like this style, and not just because it’s on Kate Moss. It’s undeniable she always looks fabubulous, but this mid-length cut with long layers and thick eye-level bangs is perfect for a more dramatic look. Be sure to curl the ends inwards with a large barrel curling iron and finish off with a shine serum.
Selma Blair’s rendition of the mid-length layered look with long bangs is also a lively look to try. This one has more layers than Kate’s style. The chin-length layers add more movement to the style and a softer more subtle appeal. Style with some texturizing paste on the ends for separation and blow dry w/ a medium-barrel brush to give volume to the bangs.
For those that don’t like to have bangs or are unsuitable for them, you can try Gwenyth Paltrow’s style. The long chopped ends give this look a naturally edgy feel. Subtle texture and waves give the hairstyle some movement and life. This look is good with an outfit with sharp lines for contrast against the textured hair.
JLo has a fantastic mane is full of volume and shape. Her long angled layers and bangs add life to an otherwise long and boring hairstyle. The thinned ends helps add volume and body to the hair.
Feel free to leave a comment or message if you need help with styling options or suggestions on how to achieve the looks without cutting your hair!
**all pictures courtesy of allure.com