7 Hairstyles That May Convince You to Get Short Hair with Bangs

Classic pixies remind me of Rosemary's Baby's Mia Farrow. With minor variances at the nape, in front of the ears, or at the front hairline, they often have a comparable length all around the head. 

Traditional Pixie

This look effectively frames the face with its long side bangs and shorter cut. Fitzsimons claims that its striking side portion can soften your features.

Layered Bob with Side Swept Bangs

This style reminds me of a shag without actually being a shag. "Depending on styling and layering, it sits at a real nice nexus between classic and rock and roll," claims McCarthy.

Layered Bob with Front Bangs

This is a really nice style that highlights the natural texture of your hair. Fitzsimons claims that choppy bangs "add dimension to any short hairstyle and add more volume for finer strands."

Choppy Lob with Side Bangs

This appearance gives off the impression of a grown-out pixie. To get this soft and worn-in look, the cut should have a silky texture with no sharp lines and maybe little weight removal. 

Short Shag

Fitzsimons adores this style since it can be styled in a plethora of ways. According to him, it's basically a pixie cut with face-framing bangs that you can wear down or slightly up with a few pin

Sleek Long Pixie with Face-Framing Bangs

With its powerful bangs and perimeter, this hairstyle reveals the face and neck. McCarthy states, "I would take into account my personal style and willingness to make a statement on a daily basis before getting this cut."

Short Bob with Bangs