If you know where to find it, short hairstyle inspiration is everywhere and one of the best places to start is with street style. This blonde crop is perfect for anyone who wants to try an edgy style without getting a hawk or short pixie cut in.
This super short bob cut is a-symmetrical at the back, allowing plenty of room to play with different colors – notice the two-tone blonde and black combination – as well as accentuating the hair's natural texture. Maybe our motto of the day should be "work with what you've got!"
Subtle tousling is always a great way to work some extra texture into pretty much any haircut, whatever the length. So, if you aren't quite ready to get your own hair chopped as short as this just yet, steal this lady's styling technique instead. Of course, if you're feeling inspired to do both then go for it!
What you need: Advanced Hairstyle TXT IT Deconstructing Gum, and your hands – that's all.
How to style: Start by warming a small amount of Deconstructing Gum in your hands. To do this, place a little on your fingertips and then rub your hands together. Work the gum backwards through your hair in quick, sweeping movements. Smooth down the back section of your hair (but not too perfectly) and then use your fingers to muss and tousle the front. Twist small sections of hair and then run your fingers through them to create an unkempt, piecey look. Keep going until you're happy with the texture and amount of hold.
Top tip – Apply a very small amount of Deconstructing Gum at the beginning and then add more as needed. This will keep your hairstyle looking relaxed and natural.
Whether you have a bob, pixie or something a little longer, a mussed, tousled texture helps to add a fresh, on-trend feel to your look. With low-shine or matte styling products, piecey hair is a super wearable alternative to wet-look styles that a lot of people feel are a little too "fashion" to be worn off the runway.