9 Fantastic Haircuts for Every Hair Type and Texture

Fitzsimons gave Khloe Kardashian a '90s-inspired huge blowout for her birthday. "There is nothing better than your hair looking flawless while also not bothering you in the heat," adds.

Voluminous Lob

Looking for a change? Larry Sims, hairdresser and Flawless by Gabrielle Union co-founder, recommends a large cut. "This style is ideal for ladies who avoid heat styling equipment."

Natural Pixie

Go high with your hair a short style may be architectural. Gibson's platinum appearance highlights your natural texture and is excellent for a night out.

Voluminous Crop

Kristen Stewart's winged pixie commands attention. "This haircut has extreme versatility and can be styled to fit any mood," explains NYC hairdresser April Peele of Salon SCK.


Red fades are low-maintenance and edgy on Samira Wiley. "This look embodies urban confidence, and as it grows out, it morphs into other styles that all look amazing," Peele adds.


Face shape can help you choose the best short cut. "You want fringe that starts shorter and ends long to create an oval face," says celebrity stylist Anthony Cole.

Face-Framing Curls

Jackson Simmonds, stylist and colorist at Julien Farel Restore Salon & Spa, advises following Helen Mirren's example and going shorter or playing with color.

Pink Pixie

Traditional mullets are less wearable than today's soft shullet, which is trendy. "It allows for the manageability and the angular nature of the short pixie front, but still has the movement and texture of the long back," Cole adds.

The Shullet

Tamika Gibson, proprietor of The Hair Diagram, thinks a good hair color may accentuate a short style. "Hair color makes the short hair look even more radiant and can give a more sultry, sexy ... appearance."

Long Pixie