The butterfly haircut offers versatility with shorter front hair, maintaining length elsewhere. Its rising popularity allows experimentation.
The round, bulbous shape of the butterfly haircut resembles an octopus head. It's similar to a shag with wispy layers. Bring an inspiration photo to your stylist.
Air bangs, a popular style in Seoul, are fine and wispy, intentionally cut thin to allow your forehead to show through.
The sleek, power bob is gaining popularity inspired by the hit HBO show. Keep it chin-length or slightly below, without layers, for an accurate replication.
The shullet, or "wolf cut," is a textured hybrid of a shag and mullet. Great for finer hair, it adds volume and body.
The smullet is a shorter version of the shullet, falling just above or at the shoulders for a lob-like appearance.
A mixie is an edgy haircut, longer in the back like a mullet and shorter in the front like a pixie. It's low-maintenance with loose length around the hairline.
Florence Pugh's "Italian Bob" or "The Boyfriend Bob" is a trendy style with interior layers for separation and shape control.
Miley-inspired modern mullet: face-framing layers, gradual length in back. Use dry shampoo for ruffled, day-two texture.
Versatile in-between style: bob-pixie hybrid. Side-part and sweep ends for sleekness.