Short Haircuts and Short Hairstyle Ideas for Spring/Summer 2013

I don’t know about you, but I am SO ready for spring! I have seen a huge trend for short hair coming in, and if you are thinking about losing your locks, now is the time. There are currently tons of super cute short hairstyles trending. If you have never had a short haircut, here are a few pieces of advice to keep in mind…

1.) Hair cut chin length or shorter can’t be pulled back into a pony-tail; so, if hair on your neck will bother you in the summer, go really short or keep it long enough to pull back.

2.) Anytime you make a drastic change with your haircut, you will need to change how you style it. You will also probably need new products to make your new short hairstyle look right, so be sure to ask your stylist about  the right at-home regimen.

Here is some great short hairstyle inspiration for a Spring/Summer 2013 short haircut… Enjoy! 🙂

Pixie Anne Hathatway Short Hair Hairstyle

Anne Hathaway plays up this short haircut by varying her hairstyle.

Victoria Beckham keeps this short hairstyle edgy and feminine. Longer hair around the face can add playful femininity.

Victoria Beckham keeps this short hairstyle edgy and feminine. Longer hair around the face can add playful femininity.

Ashlee Simpson's short hair cut is just long enough to tuck behind the ears to play up the hairstyle.

Ashlee Simpson’s short hair cut is just long enough to tuck behind the ears to play up the hairstyle.

Miley Cyrus' short haircut has definitely gotten a lot of "buzz". Not everyone can pull this short hairstyle off, but if you are looking for something edgy and bold, I say go for it!

Miley Cyrus’ short haircut has definitely gotten a lot of “buzz”. Not everyone can pull this short hairstyle off, but if you are looking for something edgy and bold, I say go for it!

I just love this sassy, side-swept, super short hairstyle.
I just love this sassy, side-swept, super short hairstyle.
A side-swept, asymmetrical, short haircut is fun, edgy, pretty and looks great on most face shapes.

A side-swept, asymmetrical, short haircut is fun, edgy, pretty and looks great on most face shapes.

This forward-sweeping, wispy bang is fun, but make sure it will work with your face and hair before you have it cut. This particulat short haircut can look mushroom-y on the wrong person.

This forward-sweeping, wispy bang is fun, but make sure it will work with your face and hair before you have it cut. This particular short haircut can look mushroom-y on the wrong person.

Not ready for a short-short haircut? A short bob is always in style. This cut can be styled soft and voluminous (as seen on Cameron Diaz) or piecey (like on Kristen Cavallari).

Not ready for a short-short haircut? A short bob is always in style. This cut can be styled soft and voluminous (as seen on Cameron Diaz) or playful and piecey (like on Kristen Cavallari).

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3 thoughts on “Short Haircuts and Short Hairstyle Ideas for Spring/Summer 2013

  1. I notice that all these cuts are on very thin, longated bone structures. I have always had long hair, and would love something short and edgy that will bring me into the 2000’s. However, I am 47 and have a very round face with a double chin and I am afraid that a short cut would make me look even heavier and would make my profile with the double chin even look chunkier. I know my hairdresser is not a magician but I cant afford to go to a high end salon for someone with a really professional eye to tell me what is best for my face and age. Can you help me??

    • This is a great question! I would suggest doing something with a side-swept bang. This tends to elongate the face which has a slimming effect. Also, most salons do free consultations. There is no harm in scheduling a few to get some more customized suggestions. 🙂 There are also websites that you can virtually “try on” different styles. These don’t usually look 100% realistic, but can give you a good idea of what different haircuts will look like with your face shape. Overall though, if you want to go short, there are cuts that will work for you, so have fun with it and be confident! 😉

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