The Best Haircut Trends for Fall 2012
Proving that short can be tough and sexy, the singer's geometric crop has a square shape that balances an oval face.
Cameron Diaz’s Beachy Bob
The imperfect edges and tousled texture make this cut forgiving on every face type and super easy to maintain.
Karen Elson’s Angled Crop
Take a cue from the fiery redhead's newly debuted bob, which is short in the back and slightly longer in the front to convey just enough edge.
Eva Mendes’s Beveled Cut
Slicing into the hair to create layers gives movement and shape to thick hair. No wonder Mendes has been loyal to it for years.
Julianne Hough’s Razor Bob
It's piece-y and perfectly undone -- the thinly sliced ends are the key to what gives this universally flattering cut its tousled effect.
Leigh Lezark’s Asymmetrical Cut
It's a street style that's as chic as anything, and looks great on hair that's straight or flat-ironed to show off the intentionally uneven lines.
Anne Hathaway's Boyish Cut
The feathery edges and side-swept styling lend a prettiness to this classic borrowed-from-the-boys crop.
Rose Byrne’s Wavy Lob
The more untamed this cut is, the better. But the subtle shearing at the middle and ends of strands is what keeps the volume in check.
Charlize Theron’s Shoulder Skimmer
The flippy layers draw attention to the face while the soft texture -- best achieved on fine to medium hair -- adds a feminine feel.
Jessica Biel’s Blunt Bangs + Long Layers
The combination of straight-across bangs with ultra-long length elevates a simple look into something stunning, and slims a square face.