Alyssa Milano Short, Funky Hairstyle
Alyssa Milano's fun and sexy short 'do for straight hair looks stunning and is a snap to style. 1. To get this look, start by applying a texturizing spray to damp hair. 2. Next, roughly blow dry your hair with your hands. Using your fingers like a rake, lift hair up and away from your scalp as you dry to create some height and texture. With this look, that whole mad scientist thing is good. 3. To finish the style, rub some pomade on your fingers, then lift and twist small sections of hair until you get a shape you love. See More Alyssa Milano Hairstyles
Selita Ebanks Short, Edgy, Blonde Hairstyle
Selita Ebanks' Short, Edgy, Blonde Hairstyle is such a edgy style for short hair. See how to get it: 1. To get Selita Ebanks' hairstyle, apply a generous amount of volumizing mousse to your roots. 2. Flip your hair over to blow dry it. Put some styling mousse on your fingertips and rake your hair to one side. 3. Mist all over with flexible-hold hairspray to finish. See More Selita Ebanks Hairstyles
Halle Berry Edgy, Romantic Hairstyle
Halle Berry's pixie looks so edgy and sophisticated. See how to style it: 1. Right when you get out of the shower, rub texturizing product through damp hair and let it dry naturally. 2. Put some styling wax on your fingertips and piece out your pixie for maximum volume. 3. Mist the top of your head with lightweight hairspray and gently tousle your hair to soften it a bit. See More Halle Berry Hairstyles
Rachael Leigh Cook Funky, Blonde, Short Hairstyle
Rachael Leigh Cook's cropped 'do is a sexy, fashion-forward style for short hair. To get the look: 1. Towel dry hair to remove as much moisture as possible. With hair this short, you can skip the blow dryer -- yay! 2. Using a styling putty, lift and twist small sections of dry hair in random directions to create the shape and style you're looking for. Don't go too heavy on the putty, though, or you'll be mistaken for a new member of the "Jersey Shore" crew.
Charlize Theron's Short, Edgy Hairstyle
Charlize's notice-me cropped hairstyle is all about the cut -- and great for those who have lots of fine, wavy hair. Just make sure you can afford trims every three weeks. Get her look: 1. Ask your stylist for a piece-y, texturized pixie -- like Audrey Hepburn's but about two inches longer. 2. Style hair with a pomade or texturizing balm. Just work a bit through fingers and shape sections the way you want 'em (in her case, inverted triangles). If only all hairstyles were this easy, sigh.