Short Hairstyles For Curls

If you have curls, you don’t have to have long hair as well. Short curls can be pretty, fun, and are often easier to style. Consider this short hairstyles for curls if you’re planning to transition or just want something sassy and sweet. Let us know what you think about these looks in the comments.

Short hairstyles for curls:

short curly hair

Short bob:

Is there anything sweeter than a short, stacked bob? We don’t think so! This bob is super adorable because the gently stacked layers create a great shape while keeping your look chic. This works great for all curl types, as a bob will give volume and lift, especially when curls are fine.

Short hairstyles for curls

Short and straight:

We don’t always recommend a blunt cut, as it can weigh curls down, but in this situation the straightened lines look great! Opt for a chin grazing cut, as this will eliminate dead ends and allow your curls to flourish. You can get a fringe to soften the front or retain length to be able to pull it back.

short curly hair

Asymmetrical pixie:

Nothing says rock and roll like a short, asymmetrical pixie cut. Leave the top longer so you can slick it back when you want it out of your face or allow it to hang down with some styled curls for a rocker chic vibe.

short curly haircut

Short pixie:

This look is extreme and definitely not for everyone, but it works well if you want an effortless, low style haircut. However, a pixie isn’t exactly low maintenance, as it does require regular visits to the salon to keep their shape. This is a great option for curlies who want to stay in style but don’t want to have to spend a lot of time styling their hair.

short curly hair

Mid length bob:

This style isn’t super short, but it is a nice mid length for those who aren’t ready to go super short but want to test the waters. Like most bobs, this style is universally flattering and will work well on a variety of curl types. Make sure to ask for layers to avoid the triangle cut. You can check out more adorable bobs for curls here .