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22 Great Short Hairstyles For Women (PHOTOS)

Short hair is having a major moment!

After years of seeing long, flowing locks all over the red carpet, we're finally seeing short hairstyles getting their moment in the spotlight. Stars like Scarlett Johansson, Lily Collins, and Sienna Miller, among many others, have all been sporting cropped 'dos for a while, providing us with endless inspiration for our trips to the salon.

Today, we're taking a look at some of the best short hairstyles for women, inspired by our fave celebs. Check them out for yourself below -- perhaps you'll even muster up the courage to finally get rid of your long locks!

Tousled Bob
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Sienna Miller's chic tousled bob is the epitome of cool girl chic.
The Bleached Pixie
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Charlize Theron's bleached out pixie cut was so great, we almost (almost) wanted to get it for ourselves. If only we looked like her...
The Laid Back Bob
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Anne Hathaway's easy breezy bob is another great look for those who like a simple hairstyle.
A Sleek And Straight Bob
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Jessie J's sleek, blunt bob is perfect for both day and night.
The Edgy Almost-Bob
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Kristen Stewart's hair just keeps on getting better. It's perfect amounts chic and badass.
Natural Waves And Fringe
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Carey Mulligan's natural wavy bob is perfect for the low maintenance girls of the world.
Textured Bob
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Jourdan Dunn's textured bob is one of the best around.
Shaved Sides
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ScarJo pulls off this rocker-esque hairstyle like a total pro. She's also living proof that short hair can look super glamourous.
Vintage Curls
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Bring out your inner Marilyn Monroe with a retro-inspired curly bob like Coco Rocha.
The Perfect Pixie
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Ginnifer Goodwin's pixie cut is about as good as it gets when it comes to the cropped style. Perfect!
The Textured Overgrown Pixie
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Lily Collins has mastered the rocker chick look with her cropped 'do.
The Gracefully Grown Out Pixie
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The actress is one of the few people in this world who actually made a growing pixie cut look chic.
Long Fringe And Layers
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Halle Berry's fringed 'do is edgy, sleek, and fashion forward all at once.
The Polished Bob
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We absolutely love Evan Rachel Wood's sleek straight bob -- perfect for any occasion, and also a super flattering length on anyone.
The Fashion Mullet
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Edie Campbell's fashion mullet is a little bit strange, sure, but we quite like it. Be warned though: this style is one for the adventurous!
The Slicked Back Crop
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Miley's slicked back look is great for showing off your gorgeous facial features.
The Fringed Pixie
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Ever since Robin Wright chopped off her flowing blond locks in favour of a cropped style, her style game was sufficiently upped.
The Super Short Pixie
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Zendaya was spotted wearing this cute pixie cut during New York Fashion Week and we couldn't stop obsessing. The young star looks amazing!
The Middle-Parted Bob
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Jennifer Lawrence, like Charlize Theron, managed to grow out her pixie cut with grace. Now, she's sporting a perfect wavy bob, and we love it.
Heavy Fringe
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What can we say? We're suckers for bold bangs.
The Tousled Pompadour
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Shailene Woodley's puffed up pompadour is a great alternative to heavy fringe.
The Colourful Crop
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Nicole Richie ditched her blunt bob for a choppy cropped 'do, and we have to say, we kind of love it.

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