Hair10 Short Hairstyle Ideas Straight From the Runway
  • Part hair to one side. Using a 1 inch curling iron, create loose curls. Once they've cooled for about 15 minutes, gently brush out curls. Using a texturizing spray, separate pieces for a choppier look. Finally, sleek bangs to one side of the temple and pin with bobby pins. 

    Photo: Antonello Trio
  • To achieve this look, start by parting your hair deep to one side while wet. Blow dry then flat iron hair (with a heat protectant spray!), then tuck behind your ears. Add a spritz of shine spray for a glossy finish. 

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  • Begin by parting your hair down the middle, leaving out your bangs. Using a texturizing spray or wax, piece through strands of your bangs and hair to create the winded, piecey look. 

  • When hair is damp, part hair deep to one side. Use a sea salt spray to help create waves. Once hair is dry, use a 1" curling iron or wand to finish the beach wave look by loosley curling random pieces of hair. 

    Photo: Andrea Adriani/IMAXTREE.COM
  • After hair is parted to the side, dry and flat iron hair. Use a frizz serum to slick back any flyaways. Next, pull hair back into a low ponytail and secure with an elastic. 

    Photo: Matteo Scarpellini/
  • For this sleek, straight look, start by parting hair to the side. Add a frizz serum to damp hair. Blow dry hair straight and then run a flat iron through, slightly flipping out ends. Smooth hair with a shine serum. 

  • Separate a triangle of hair, including bangs and one section of hair down to the ear. Pull the rest of the hair into a ponytail. Pull bangs forward and start to Dutch braid down, gathering sections of loose hair as you go. Continue to braid to the end of your hair. Let the remainder of hair out of the ponytail. Tease the crown of hair for extra volume.

  • For this half up look, separate hair into two sections (top and bottom), pulling the top half back into a ponytail. Spray a hairbrush with hairspray, then comb through the top of hair to smooth flyaways and hold hair in place. 

    Photo: Alessandro Lucioni/IMAXTREE.COM
  • Start by using a flat iron to straighten hair. Make two parts on either side of the head, sectioning off the middle piece of hair. Hairspray the top of the hair and tightly pull the section to the back of the head. Secure with a hair clip. 

    Photo: Davide Gallizio
  • Begin by parting hair directly down the center. With an anti-frizz serum, blow dry hair straight. Run a flat iron though hair, slightly curling in ends towards the face. Using a small amount of hair wax on your fingertips, piece out the ends of hair for a more undone look. 

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10 Short Hairstyle Ideas Straight From the Runway

10 Short Hairstyle Ideas Straight From the Runway


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Over the past few seasons, the beauty industry has been taken over by long and short bob haircuts. What began as the Karlie Kloss cut has extended to actresses, singers (like Karlie’s best friend Taylor Swift) and even beauty vloggers. Now that cropped cuts have become the hair length of the moment, it’s about time we came up with some fun ways to style the length.

Be it braids, half-up hairstyles, or beach waves, there are countless ways to style short hair. Above, we’ve pulled 10 short hairstyle ideas from the runway and broke down how you can get each of the looks at home!

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