The cut: Urban Pixie
Celebrity Inspiration: Cara Delevingne
Description: "This chunky pixie is great for people with everything from thick to fine hair, and gives its host a very chic, liberated, urban sense of style," said celebrity stylist Arturo Swayze, whose clients include Julia Roberts, Kelly Rutherford, and Marissa Tomei. "It can look soft or hard or chunky or polished depending on how you style it. For this look, cut with a little scissor over the comb, a little slithering and a good amount of block-chunking. That's where you blunt-cut right into the finished cut, which creates very chunky texture without too much styling effort."
Style it: Swayze said that with this cut, you'll probably be able to go a few days without shampooing. When you do, he recommends R+Co's Cactus Texturizing Shampoo ($25) and no conditioner. "Then, all you need to style this little number is a dime size of Bumble and Bumble Sumotech ($29). Rub it into your hands like moisturizer and apply to dry hair in a downward motion — like you're petting yourself — then move the hair around until you find a shape that you like."
Who it works for: "Short is the new long, but taking the risk requires some research to see which short haircut works for your face. This cut works best for people who have small diamond- or heart-shaped faces and a strong sense of style," said Swayze.