Trending front hairstyles for girls with short

Side-swept front fringes:
An oldie but a goodie, side-swept bangs are great for making your face look narrower. It's the go-to look if you want girl-next-door vibes.

Descending Face-Framing Layers:
An update on The Rachel, face-framing layers on long hair is quite gradual. You could leave it plain and simple or add a subtle balayage to bring more volume.

Pixie cut:
Let's get one thing straight! Whoever says pixie cuts are too tomboyish has no idea what they're talking about.

Slanted or anled fringe:
It's more pronounced than side-swept bangs and you could get it short if you don't have a wide forehead.

Curtain fringes with a messy shaggy hairdo: If effortlessly cool is your style, this front haircut for girls is sure to become your all-time-fave.

Face-framing layers:
The best part about this front haircut for girls is that it's so hard to go wrong with this look.

See through Bangs:
A K-Drama favourite, see-through bangs are like the extra version of wispy fringes. It works best on oval faces and thin hair.

 Blunt Bangs With Short Bob:
Taylor swift made major headlines when she went for a cropped look with straight-cut bangs back in 2016.

Curly shag bob:
A little less fussy than a deva cut, the curly shag is a winning combo of wispy bangs and curly layers. 

Bottleneck bangs:
Bottleneck bangs start short in the centre and get longer and curvier around the eyes, eventually ending in a chin-grazing layer.

Front cut:
Style this look with a sky-high pony or a double ponytail for more volume. If you leave your hair down often, choppy layers or long layers can add some chunk.

Long bob with highlights:
Style this hairdo with a Balayage or highlights for a chic affair.

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