Who says you need long, luscious hair to be a blonde bombshell? Short hair on a blonde can be incredibly eye-catching and fashionable, but you just need to know what haircuts to get!
From bobs to lobs to pixie cuts, we’ve got it all here and will show you the best styles that are trending right now. Short blonde hair is a classic look that is never out of vogue, but as you’ll find in this list, there’s something for everyone!
Here are some gorgeous short blonde hairstyles:
Side-swept bob with textured balayage
This will give you a tousled look and is easier to maintain than you’d think. The textured balayage means that you won’t have to fix up your roots so much if you’re not a natural blonde.
The side-swept bob is all about giving a layered cut that has a choppy finish, all wrapped up in a cool, edgy look.
This is the perfect haircut for blondes who have quite thin or fine hair. You’ll discover that the layers at the front provide ample volume and just the right kind of movement, especially if the bob is cut right at the nape of your neck.
Messy, cute pixie cut
The pixie frames a woman’s features like no other, especially the eyes and cheekbones, and is a sexy, cute style that is hard to ignore.
You might find that this is just the change you need to switch things up, as the pixie often requires different makeup and earrings to match the hair length.
Chin-length waves with a topknot
Great for the gym or being on-the-go, you’ll find that this is an easy hairstyle that also just happens to look fabulous. The topknot style is on-trend and keeps your hair out of your face. For any task that requires a quick but cute hairstyle, this is it.
This is a modern haircut for blondes that almost has a shag look to it, but you’ll find that it’s a bit more 2019 than the 70’s shag. Large, loose curls are allowed to move away from the face, and when you add blonde highlights, you’ve got one of the trendiest hairstyles.
Asymmetrical choppy blonde bob
Cute, modern and a little bit daring, the asymmetrical choppy bob gives your hair such great texture. If you’re feeling even bolder, add a one-sided undercut to really bring out the asymmetrical look and switch things up. This would look especially great with blonde ombre hair.