Pixie cuts are surprisingly versatile. In this case, Clare Foy is wearing hers deeply parted and slicked all to one side for a more formal look. Try a gel like Redken Short Sculpt 19 to keep your hair in place without stiffness.
A brushed-out wave, created with a curling iron, adds retro drama to a deep side part.
You may think this funky hairdo is too young for you, but it's actually perfect for anyone who only has a few minutes and wants amazing-looking hair. (Long-haired ladies can rock it, too, but shorter cuts keep it from looking over-the-top.) Bonus: If you have thinner hair, adding waviness to this style gives the illusion of more hair.
Hitting just below the ears, the side-parted style seen on Viola Davis is an incredibly flattering option for anyone growing out super-short hair to a bob or lob. Use a curling wand like the Bed Head Curlipops Tapered Curling Wand to achieve this classic look.
This super-sophisticated take on the undercut allows for enough length on top to give you endless styling options, from flipping it to one side like Tilda Swinton, to creating curly, gravity-defying looks like some of the ones ahead.
If you have a slightly overgrown pixie cut, try this easy-to-achieve style. All you need to do is straighten your hair, give it a deep side part, and tuck it behind your ears.
"Beachy hair" doesn't have to translate to "long hair" — short-haired girls can rock beachy waves, too! Whether you use a curling iron or a hair straightener, this is an easy style to achieve.
No matter your hair color, this look stands out from the rest thanks to the combination of big retro curls on top and a modern buzz around the sides and back. You'll need a strong-hold hairspray like MoroccanOil Luminous Hairspray to keep your curls as lifted as Pink's.
Don't let the word "mullet" scare you. Greta Gerwig's loose interpretation is far more flattering than the original iteration, with the back being only slightly longer than the top and front.
A fun side braid is an easy way to keep your bangs out of your face — or disguise any unevenness while you're growing them out.
Growing out a pixie cut can be frustrating — your hairstyle is no longer structured the way you originally intended it to be, but there aren't many ways to actually restyle it due to the length. Enter: this simple pulled-back braid. It's an easy way to revamp your haircut, even during that awkward in-between stage.
Amp up the volume with a full, round pompadour that shows off your gorgeous face shape.
You may think this ultimate lazy day hairstyle isn't for short hair, but behold — it's possible! When you just can't be bothered to wash your hair, try spritzing some dry shampoo and popping your hair up into this messy topknot.
Channel the simple sexiness of your inner French girl with this light and feathery pixie style. Just make sure it doesn't go past your neckline — you want a mussed-up look, not a mullet.
Got a bob that's looking a little overgrown or bushy in the back? Try braiding the underside for a slimmer style. Bonus: It gets your hair off your neck — perfect for the sweaty summer months.
Want a lovely look that's gorgeous for heading to the office and going out? Try this cute twisted look that puts your face front-and-center.
Curling a short cut can get a little tricky, but these simple tips let you do it with ease. Bonus: This style makes fine hair look more voluminous.
Bring out the shininess of your hair by getting them totally straight and smooth. Apply a nice cat eye for maximum impact.
Short hair doesn't have to mean flat hair — you can easily put some energy and movement into your hair with just a little product and some ruffling up.
Bouncy, sexy, and full of volume, giving your bob a bit of body plus an unexpected center part is an easy way to amp up this classic cut.
Add a hint of mystery to your look by hiding behind your bangs for the day. Apply a sexy smoky eye, then brush the front of your hair to one side.
To achieve this style, just add a bit of wax to your pixie cut for texture, muss it around, and go.
A common complaint of women with short, straight hair is that it appears bushy rather than polished. This easy style leaves your hair looking pretty and well-styled, but still touchable and soft.
Growing out a shaved head has never looked so cool! Kristen Stewart framed her face by flipping up the front-most pieces and allowing for some wispy strands on the side.
Get your bangs out of your face without sacrificing your style with a simple slicked style. Bonus: It shows off your cheekbones, so try defining them to get even more "wow" into your look.
Getting your hair out of your face can be a big relief — especially during those hot summer months. Rock neutral makeup to let your voluminous hair take center stage.
This elegant style is gorgeous right when you first do it, but here's the best news: It's even prettier the second day. Let a few tendrils fall along the side of your forehead for a playful look.
There's nothing wrong with going gray! Celebrate your new hair color and texture with a chic, short haircut that's piece-y in the front and sleek on the sides.
Short hair, don't care — you can totally get the special occasion style you want. This chignon is perfect for girls with short or thin hair, so grab a fancy headband and start twisting.
This elegant look will never, ever go out of style. While it's a little too time-consuming to do every day, it's the perfect pick for special events.