Our Favorite Short Hairstyles to Try in 2019
These styles are all about creating volume.
The lob-length cut will never go out of style. Glass hair—a.k.a. shiny, straight, silky strands—is trending well into 2019, and this example masters it.
Textured Asymmetrical Cut
The asymmetry is cool enough to revamp a classic hairstyle, the long bob; while the look gets even more stylish after ramping up the texture.
Curly Shoulder Cut
Don’t let length weigh you down, curly girls. Short cuts let spirals shine.
Don’t be afraid to make the chop, especially when you’re going with a sassy side-swept cut like this. Shorter in the back, it makes styling a breeze.
Fringed Shoulder Cut
No matter your face shape, there’s a bang style that’ll look killer with the short cut of your dreams. Here’s our guide.
Smooth, silky, and straight, this glassy bob thinks frizz is so last year. It perfectly grazes the shoulders, which is ultra-flattering.
Two words: Babe. Alert. We'd bet this bob knows a good time.
Long Fringe Layers
This cut hits those cheekbones like nobody’s business. What a fabulous way to kick off the New Year, we think.
Bold Blunt Cut
Head into the New Year with a fiery bob. Between the bright copper color and the thick blunt ends, this cut makes a statement.
Who else thinks natural texture should always win? Let those curls run wild this year.
Don’t stress with styling or upkeep because this collarbone-grazing cut has you covered. Long layers add movement and texture.
Without a doubt, the bob ruled the 1990s. From slightly A-line bobs to blunt chin-length bobs, this short cut has us standing at attention.
Nothing complements icy platinum blonde like a classic pixie cut. It takes the fresh pop of color to new heights.
Can layers and bangs really make a huge difference? Yes. Yes, they can. This cut is sassier than Julia Sugarbaker.
We need these choppy layers and bangs in our life, stat. It's got major signature style potential.
Everyone’s going crazy for primped and polished hair right now, and we’re here for it. Expect to see a lot of glassy bobs like these in the coming year.
First stop of 2019: the salon for a fresh color and cut. This angled lob paired with a fiery copper hue? That’ll do.
Retro Shoulder Cut
That blowout, though. We’re fully embracing bouncy volume and curled ends.
This year, place your bets on texture and volume with a shag haircut. Cutting curly hair while it’s still dry helps achieve the perfect shape, especially when cutting a layered style.
Asymmetrical Long Bob
All we have to say is…sign us up! An asymmetrical cut is flattering on all face shapes, and it can easily be dressed up for a party.
Back with the retro vibes. This shoulder-grazing lob is the perfect transition length when you’re not ready to go super short.
Be bold and brave in 2019—with a super short, boyish pixie. It lets those cheekbones do all the talking.
Keep that volume coming, please. Layered but not too choppy, this cut frames the face in a most flattering way.
Keep the texture train rolling all year long, as far as we’re concerned. This cropped cut gives tight coils room to breathe.
Nothing beats a little layering, especially around the face. This lob will be your most low maintenance pick yet.
Can we get just a hint of this texture? Please? You’ll never be bored with this cut.
Fringed Chin Bob
You can’t frame the face any better than with this chin-length bob with full bangs. Airy layers give it a textured touch.
Textured Medium Cut
If you think dry texturizing spray is life, this cut is on your team. The length is perfect for those afraid to make the chop all at once.
This lob feels modern but doesn’t get too fancy with layers or bangs. Easy and low-maintenance, this cut is calling our name.
Shaggy Medium Cut
Keep your curls feeling fresh and bouncy without sacrificing too much length. This modern shag-inspired cut is sticking around in 2019.
Feel fresh and fabulous with a collarbone-length cut fixed up with polished waves. Pair it with a deep side part, and voilá.
We’re not sure which we love more: the full fringe or the rosy brown hair color. Either way, we’ll take it.