1) The Asymmetrical Pixie
The pixie cut is as it fullest this season, with the hair longer in the front and to one side. It is still edgy, but we are drifting further away from the harsh side-shaved look into something more soft and feminine. It can be styled with texture and body, like how Lily Collins wears it, or more polished and straight.
Chabbi Styling Tip: On dry hair, spray a medium hold hair spray. Then use either a medium curling iron to a few create waves or a flat iron if you want it straight. Part it on the side and flip in the opposite direction, then apply a mixture of serum and wax to keep the volume down.
2) The Architectural Bob
This look is sexy and edgy at the same time, with a length that shows off the silhouette of the neck and shoulders but also has intriguing dimension because of its choppy, angled texture. A look like Jourdan Dunn’s is perfect for people who want a dramatic, short style but are not ready to commit to a pixie.
Chabbi Styling Tip: Apply a serum on hair before you blow dry with your fingers. After your hair is dry, use a medium size curling iron on just the ends, then finish the look with a little bit of wax on just the ends as well.
3) The Off-Kilter Lob
For those people who are over all of the undone, tousled waves that we have been seeing everywhere lately, a blunt chop that is slightly longer on one side and falls somewhere between the chin and the shoulders like Margot Robbie’s is a great option. It looks super sophisticated and will accentuate the angles in your face.
Chabbi Styling Tip: Apply a serum on your hair before blow drying flat with a paddle brush. Flat iron your hair, then finish with serum and light hair spray.
4) The Textured Lob
Piece-y layers usually parted on the side that fall gently on the shoulders like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley are the look of the season. The destructed and textured style frames the face, is flattering on everyone, and does not need much styling to look effortlessly chic.
Chabbi Styling Tip: Apply a serum before you rough dry your hair. Curl the mid-lengths of your hair keeping the roots and ends flat. Then comb through with your fingers to get tousled waves.