A short haircut does not imply one specific cut, because the lengths of numerous short haircuts differ. To make it simpler one can separate the lengths into three different groups, namely: super short, jaw length and chin length cuts. Short haircuts are flexible and with some added color you can sport a stylish and feminine hairstyle.
When contemplating one of the shortest crops you have to be very sure before you decide to take the leap. A great tip is to pull back your hair and to envision what it would look like. Normally elliptical facial shapes carry this style very well, however if your face is too long, wide or round you should opt for a longer short haircut. A shorter crop is refreshingly convenient, a wash and go style if you will. This cut is not for the faint of heart though, but with ample poise this style can be pulled off marvelously. Layers in various lengths give a hint of volume. You can have textured pixie bangs or leave them a bit longer and style them at any slant.
The jaw length fashion can be matched with bangs, longer at the sides and layers. This hairstyle may be modified according to your facial outline, however if you have a prominent jaw line or pointed chin this hairstyle will put emphasis on it. This crop sets a great foundation for different styling choices, for example you can add flicks and spikes, blow dry for volume, use a straightening iron for a polished look, experiment with different side partings, in the end you can have a unique look each day of the week.
The chin length crop is idyllic for any facial outline, although you can ask your hair stylist to play up specific features with a cut that is perfect for you. At present the trendy uber stylish bob is very popular, in essence because there are different cutting techniques, which can be layered, graduated or one length. By adding bangs, which can be micro, side swept or blunt you can immediately improve your haircut. With this chin length crop the styling methods are endless.