Easy Haircuts For Women

Starting to cut hair can be daunting. To achieve the desired results, it requires patience, practice, and deliberate cuts.

Start with clean and dry hair so that you can accurately gauge each cut’s length. Also, make sure you use professional shears instead of household scissors to avoid cross-contamination issues.

Layered Bob

A layered bob is the ideal style for women of all hair types. It gives thin locks some added volume while simultaneously adding texture to thick locks. Ideal for young girls or older ladies alike, and even featuring highlights for an eye-catching finish!

For those seeking something distinctive and daring, the peek-a-boo layered bob is the ideal style choice. This long layered haircut features short layers that fall around your face for a stunning and eye-catching finish that is sure to turn heads.

If you want a choppy layered bob, your stylist will gradually cut the layers choppy to achieve this textured and edgy style. Perfect for triangular and diamond-shaped faces alike, it can easily be dressed up with curls, waves, ponytails, or any other style you desire! This style is completely versatile, so feel free to experiment!

Asymmetrical Side Part

No matter your style preference – from adding some pop of color to keeping it classic – this asymmetrical hairstyle is one of the easiest asymmetrical styles to achieve. Simply ask your stylist for a pixie cut that is shorter in the back than in front – such as Danielle Brooks’s angled pixie with side-swept bangs. Slick it all back using light texturizing spray and add some hydrating edge control as a finishing touch.

If you like switching up your style every day, this look might just be for you. Simply inform your stylist that you want your undercut visible when parting down the middle, invest in quality wash and care products (such as Nexxus Color Assure Shampoo and Conditioner), tuck the longer section behind your ear like January Jones did to add some drama and dimension.

High Ponytail

The high ponytail can be either casual and relaxed or statement-making depending on its placement. A popular beauty trend from the 1990s that remains relevant today, this look can frame your face, emphasize jawlines, and highlight hair textures to complete an elegant and sophisticated appearance with minimal effort required to pull off.

This sleek and sophisticated variation of the classic high ponytail features a loose yet voluminous bottom section with an ultra-slick, high-contrast silhouette. Perfect for pairing with anything from white dresses and leather jackets to bangs (although use hairspray with added hold if wearing bangs), this look adds interest and draws the eye with every move.

Yara Shahidi proves that a high ponytail can still look stunning even when your locks are not completely straight or sleek back. With its layered effect and focus on natural frizz, this style suits both curly and wavy locks equally well.

Blunt Ends

Blunt ends are an effective, versatile style that complements almost every haircut. Explore your inner unicorn with a dark blonde ombre, or keep things classic with pastel blue, pink, or purple hair color for an eye-catching effect. To add texture, combine a blunt cut with thin highlights for an impressive modern look that makes your strands appear thicker!

Long blunt bobs or lobs look fantastic when worn poker straight, but you can also opt for more texture with waves like actress Lana Condor’s. Her strategically placed layers add movement while the soft waves frame her face perfectly.

If you want voluminous locks, try applying Redken Extreme Length Triple Action Treatment as a rinse-out product containing biotin, niacinamide, and castor oil – it will promote healthier tresses while adding shine!