Short Hairstyle: The Wavy Bob
Dress up a stick-straight bob with some texture courtesy of a wide-barrel wand and some texturizing spray. In this video, Birchbox staffer Lorelei uses the Sedu Clipless Iron to create loose waves. Mess them up with your fingers and add a blast of Oribes Dry Texturizing Spray for major volume.
Short Hairstyle: Beach Waves
You dont need waist-length locks to get this surfer girl-inspired look. Use the loose wave technique from the textured style above, but swap in sea salt spray to create a gritty, beachy look. Make sure to alternate the direction of your waves to create more variety.
Short Hairstyle: Waterfall Braid
Braiding short hair can be a challengeexcept when youre following this easy tutorial with Lorelei, which works on a chin-length bob with the help of a grip-inducing texturizer. Create the waterfall on just one side of your head or create it on both sides to meet at the back of your head for an elegant half-updo.
Short Hairstyle: Blunt with Bangs
Sick of your current all-one-length bob? Cutting blunt bangs will totally change up your look by creating new angles with your facial features, highlighting your eyes and cheekbones. Though we suggest visiting your stylist for your initial chop, you can trim your fringe between appointments with this simple tutorial.
Short Hairstyle: Party-Ready Curls
For a style thats more formal than a wave, opt for this side-parted, short curly hairstyle. If youre starting with straight hair, this party-ready style requires a few styling products (mousse, hairspray, and dry shampoo) and a one-inch curling iron with a clip.
Maura M. Lynch
Burt's Bees addict. Watches way too much TV. Has never turned down a french fry.