If you’re thinking of going little shorter — and bolder — for winter, here’s some celebrities winter haircuts
You don’t have to suffer through a long winter with equally long hair. There’s no better time to embrace a daring chop, like ’90s-inspired layers or a blunt lob. Ahead, 15 winter haircuts ideas to try from our favorite celebs.
Ruby Rose’s short cut has dimension for days, thanks to the deep side part and major volume that’s enhanced by subtle highlights.
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Run free, curls! Keep them defined and soft, like Laura Harrier’s, by running a touch of smoothing cream through with your fingers.
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Barely There Waves
A few soft layers around the face give loose waves a place to go, even with minimal styling.
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Adwoa Aboah’s signature buzz cut always looks cool and fashion-forward. It takes regular trims and upkeep, but you save hours in daily styling time.
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Blunt, mid-length hair is back, so take it to the next level with a middle part, loads of shine, and well placed pins (all perfectly demonstrated by Ciara).
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Solange’s natural hair texture looks gorgeous in an icy platinum blonde hue.
Upgrade your summery lob like Lana Condor by asking for fresh layers to frame your face.
Don’t be afraid to regularly trim your hair, even if you’re trying to grow it out (it helps prevent breakage). We love Chloe Grace Moretz’s mid-length cut styled in slight waves to pump up the volume.
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Maya Hawke’s fringey, face-framing cut is easy to maintain, and looks undeniably chic dressed up with a headband.
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Jenna Dewan’s bob cut gets a fresh and edgy update thanks to the sharp, razor-cut ends.
Layer It On
Priyanka Chopra’s medium layers are the perfect option for thick and wavy-to-straight hair textures. Turn to this cut if you want dimension without drastically changing your entire look.
Adding a few soft, face-framing layers makes long hair far easier to style by taking away some of the weight and bulk. This is particularly helpful in the winter, when you have to dry your hair before stepping outside.
If you’re looking to change up your look without sacrificing length, it’s time to get bangs. Bella Hadid’s are faux, but we love the wispy and lightweight look.
Big Hair Don’t Care
Ultra-long, thick hair needs a few layers to add lift and volume—just like Vanessa Hudgens’s glossy waves. If you’re terrified of losing length, ask your stylist for a few long, face-framing layers.
Keep It Blunt
If you’re already rocking a short bob, the easiest way to change it up is by actually changing your part—not the length. We love how Emma Robert’s blunt bob looks with a center part.