Women tend to chop off their hair for the spring and summer months but winter can be a practical time for having short hair. Winter hair is often dry, frizzy, and hard to maintain so shorter locks could be the answer to keeping your hair healthy and manageable through the winter months.
Layered Pixie with Longer Side-Bangs
A great pixie hairstyle that will show off your hairs healthy volume during the winter is one that has shorter layers on top and longer lengths underneath. The sides can be kept short for a tapered look or a little longer if you want to keep your ears warm. The layers through a long side-swept bang that goes over the eye will show off your girly hair through winter hats.
A Cute Textured Crop
Ginnifer Goodwin is the queen of short crops and how cute does her charming hair look with this sweater? This short crop with textured layers is perfect for the winter months. Keep the hair longer on the top and shorter in the back for a face-framing crop.
Long Pixie with a Shorter Back
If you had a short pixie then this is a great option for growing it out but if you’re new to short hair and looking for a starting point this is also a great choice. The longer lengths on the side and around the face work with just about every face shape and it looks irresistibly feminine under a winter cap, earmuffs, or winter headbands.
Short Shag Bob
Just because you have short doesn’t mean that you have to loose the wild child within you. A shag layered bob is the perfect way to still have length for styling and to show off under the layers of winter accessories but short enough that it’s more manageable during the winter.
Subtle Asymmetrical Bob
A bob hairstyle with long subtle layers is a great look during winter. The length and layers work together to give your hair volume and texture, which can be hard to come by in winter. It’s a super flirty and charming hairstyle and best of all, it’s one of the trendiest haircuts around.
Edgy Pixie with Long Bangs
If you’re looking for a hairstyle that is really bold for winter than a short pixie with a long side-swept bang is worth considering. It’s edgy but not so much that you would feel you couldn’t wear it to the office for a meeting with the CEO. Its also a great way to reap the benefits of a short pixie but still have some length for different styling options, especially winter your wool hats and boyfriend beanies.