How to style your short hair to look as pretty as your favourite Korean stars
It seems like everyone in the K-pop and K-drama scene is chopping off their long locks in favour of a shorter and flirtier do. Short hair doesn’t have to be boring, depending on how you style it, you can look romantic or edgy. If you’ve decided to jump on the short hair wave, here are some hairstyles that you can recreate in a jiffy that will elevate your cropped cut. Scroll through the gallery and get inspired!
Achieve Seohyun’s c-curl hairstyle by curling the ends of your hair towards your face with a flat iron or a curling iron. Alternatively, if you choose to use a blow dryer, start blow drying at the top, about 15cm away from your scalp and maintain that distance throughout to prevent your hair from drying out. When blow drying, instead of concentrating the heat on one area, remember to move your blow dryer around. Lock in the shine by finishing off with a blast of cool air.
Transforming your fine and limp hair into a voluminous masterpiece can be quite the challenge but don’t resign yourself to thin and lifeless hair. Achieve IU’s textured waves by applying some texturizing product when your hair is almost completely dry.
An absolute must-have for ladies with pixie cuts and shorter bobs, headbands adds volume and texture around the crown. For an added boost around your crown, tease the hair around your hairline before slipping on your headband.
Having short hair shouldn’t limit you from trying out different hairstyles. To amp up the classic low ponytail look, section your hair into two parts. Section out your hair from the ears, tease it and push up from the back to create volume before securing it with bobby pins. Grab the rest of your hair and gather it into a low ponytail with a hair tie.
Cop Sunny’s bouncy and voluminous beach waves by curling your hair in the direction away from your face with a clipless curling wand. Maximise the natural volume that you get with a short cut by air drying your locks instead of using a blow-dryer.