How to Elevate Your Short Dark Hair

Adding vibrant color can elevate your style if you have short dark hair. Try burgundy or deep red streaks on a chin-length bob with bangs that graze the eyebrows for maximum impact.

Spiky Bowl Cut

Pair your bowl cut with a spiky hairstyle for a trendy asymmetrical look that adds dimension to short dark hair.

Bald Fade Bowl Cut

Sport a bald fade or skin fade with a bowl cut for a standout style suitable for all hair types. Long top locks contrast with razored sides, allowing for bold color options.

Shaggy Layers

The shag haircut adds fullness on top and frames the face beautifully. It is suitable for different hair textures and lengths and can be complemented with multiple fringes for a soft appearance.

Modern Shags

Modern shags combine long layers with short blunt bangs, providing a casual and low-maintenance style with volume and movement. Adding color can enhance the overall look.

Wavy Shag

A wavy shag accentuates natural movement, adding more beauty to the hairstyle.

Deep Side Part

Adding drama to sleek pixies or edgy bobs is easy with a deep side part. It softens the face shape and creates subtle curves.

Asymmetric Lob

The asymmetrical lob combines a shoulder-length bob with a diagonal side part for maximum impact. It requires extra care to maintain its sleek and neatly cut appearance.

Volumizing Mousse

Using a volumizing mousse helps maintain a new hairstyle’s desired height and shape.

Retro French Bob

The French bob is a timeless and elegant look. An angled bob with a small fringe adds vibrancy and personality to the hairstyle.

Classic French Bob

Audrey Tautou’s classic chin-length French bob with straight across bangs exudes elegance and femininity.

Charming Bob

Lea Seydoux’s bob from the French teen comedy Manon is elegant and charming. An angled bob can soften round or oval faces and works well with curly or straightened hair.