Nikki McKibbin Short, Red, Funky Hairstyle
Nikki McKibbin's short and sassy hairstyle is a perfect fit for fiery redheads (natural or otherwise). Use a temporary hair dye to get this vivid red shade, then use these tips to style: 1. To get this look, start by applying a smoothing cream to damp hair. 2. Next, use a vent brush to blow dry hair straight. Use the brush to flip the ends out in the back so hair looks fluffy and funky. 3. Once hair is dry, create a zigzag part down the center. Gather small 1-inch sections along the part from the front to your crown into tiny ponytails. Secure with small elastic bands. 4. Coat the surface of your hair with a shine serum to finish. See More Nikki McKibbin Hairstyles
Neve Campbell Short, Edgy Hairstyle
Neve Campbell's cropped hairstyle is a great way to rock short hair. To get the look: 1. If you washed your hair in the past 24 hours, apply some dry shampoo to add texture and a bed head look. 2. Slightly blow dry hair, tousling your roots. 3. If you have bangs, comb mousse through them. 4. Run your fingers through your hair. Now you're ready to rock.
Natalie Portman Funky, Shaved Hairstyle
Natalie Portman's daring 'do isn't for everyone, but the edgy look is certainly easy to maintain and an attention-getter. How to get it: 1. First, make friends with a masked vigilanty from the future. Go to his lair and use his razor to shave off all your hair. 2. Alternately, you could just shave your head at home, sans "V." No styling necessary (that's the best part).
Kimberly Caldwell Short Bob
Kimberly Caldwell's hairstyle is super easy for short hair. What to do: 1. To start, apply a texturizing cream and blow dry your hair straight (lift hair up near your roots to avoid the dreaded flat-hair syndrome) 2. Use a straightening iron on any ends that came out too wavy, and mist with hairspray to keep in place. See More Kimberly Caldwell Hairstyles
Gwen Stefani Blonde, Edgy Updo
Gwen Stefani's outrageous updo could practically stop traffic! Steal her style: 1. Section clean, dry hair as follows and clip in place: the top portion is the hair above your forehead and back to your crown; the bottom section consists of everything else. 2. Slick back the bottom portion into a French twist, using pomade to smooth the sides and twist to the right while pulling ends of hair up. Pin in place. 3. Tease the roots of the top section and then smooth out -- just slightly. 4. Dab a little more pomade in your hands and create one giant curl in the top section with your fingers, curling forward and counterclockwise. Hold curl using bobby pins and plenty of hairspray.
Eva Pigford Short, Funky Hairstyle
Eva Pigford's edgy faux hawk is short and surprisingly chic. What to do: 1. Rub a small amount of gel between your hands and distribute it throughout your hair. 2. Turn your head upside down and style your hair into place with your fingers (comb hair up and towards the center). Flip back up and let it air dry. 3. Use another dab of gel to flatten any weird-looking strands once hair is dry, and set the look with a strong-hold hairspray, you don't want your faux hawk falling flat, right? See More Eva Pigford Hairstyles
Ciara Short, Edgy Hairstyle
Ciara's super-short hairstyle is a fashion-forward look for those with short strands. Steal her style: 1. To get the look, apply a shine serum to towel-dried hair. 2. Using a boar-bristle brush, smooth hair straight while blow drying. Brush hair in all different directions, but keep it coming forward and off to the side. 3. Once hair is dry, use a texturizing cream to create definition and tame frizz around your face.
Brittany Murphy Short Shag
Brittany Murphy's shaggy cut is fun, funky and most importantly fuss-free for straight hair. Get the look: 1. Start by applying a small dollop of gel throughout hair with your fingers. Don't get crazy with the gel though, less is more here for short layers. 2. Blow dry hair upside down using your hands to tousle strands gently as you dry. 3. Flip head back upright and lift random strands up towards the ceiling while directing heat up the root to build volume. 4. Once hair is dry apply some pomade or wax and loosely twist and pinch ends to create piecey wisps.