Thinking about chopping off your hair this fall? You’re not alone. Short haircuts and hairstyles — from pixies and bobs to the baby mullet have been having quite a moment this season. In fact, you might have even noticed that a few of your favorite celebs have already joined the short hair brigade. Florence Pugh just recently debuted a super short pixie-mullet cut and Anne Hathaway ditched her long hair for a short, curly bob.
If you are aspiring to lose a little length this fall, but aren’t quite sure which style is best for you—we’ve totally got you covered with the coolest short cuts for every hair type and texture. Keep scrolling to get inspired by these 13 hairstyles that you’ll definitely want to screenshot before your next salon visit.
Short Wolf Cut
For a cut that leans more rock ‘n’ roll—think casual, messy, and totally lived-in, you’ll want to opt for a wolf cut like this one styled by Flamingo Lounge Hair. A mix between a classic shag and mullet, this soft, shaggy cut is heavy on the volume and texture!
Shaggy Bob with Long Bangs
If you were a big fan of Rihanna’s asymmetrical bob back in the day, it might be time to consider experimenting with an angled cut yourself. This style looks particularly nice with long bangs as hairstylist Pekela Riley demonstrates.
Just did the “big chop” recently? Take some inspo from Amandla Stenberg and break out the hair gel for ultra-defined close-cropped curls.
For a protective style that’s full of ‘90s flair, consider rocking a face-framing box braid bob this season like this one styled by Evalyn Denis. Not to mention, it will look particularly stunning when adorned with gold cuffs all throughout.
Take a cue from hairstylist Irinel de León and go for a shaggy, curly bob with lots of volume and layers.
Everything looks cuter in mini form—even mullets! This baby mullet and bangs combo that hairstylist Ashley Fillip styled is such a vibe and certainly makes a bold statement.
Raise the cool factor of your bob by several levels by slicking your strands back with some gel like content creator Sophie Floyd. Oh, and dip-dyeing the ends of your hair also doesn’t hurt!
A piecey pixie is sure to turn heads. To add a little drama to your short cut, go for more length, layers, and a deep side part similar to this style created by hairstylist Hugo Giuseppe.
For a bob that’s a little different from all the rest, consider trying out a tucked-under bob. This jaw-length cut is shorter, cheekier, and has a little bit of a ‘90s vibe to it as hairstylist James Earnshaw proves.
Shoulder-Length Natural Curls
When it comes to styling your natural curls this season, let hairstylist Tiffany inspire you to go for a soft-rounded shape that really lets your kinks and coils pop.
If you feel ready to bare it all like Halsey , go for the shortest cut of them all—a buzz cut.
Will you be trying out any of these short cuts and styles this season? Let us know in the comments below!