The cutest short hairstyles for girls feature ear to neck-length cuts that make it easy for your young lady to maintain and manage her locks everyday. Keeping their strands away from their adorable faces (and at the same time making them look like little princesses!) should be your top priority to make their movements less hassle and daily activities more fun!
Work with her face shape and angles, her hair type, and her personality, and you’ll surely end up with a style that’s comfortable for her.
It doesn’t matter if your girl has shorter hair! Weave her youthful tresses into gorgeous braids, clip into nice pigtails or ponies, or adorn them with sweet and colorful hair accessories – you as well can have fun in dressing up your darling’s locks.
Choosing an easy hairstyle for your baby girl shouldn’t be a stress. For your guide, below are photos of the latest go-to looks for your next inspiration!
#1: Rounded Bob with Bangs
Highlight that cute, pretty face with a straight fringe and perfectly shaped haircut! This is one of the hairstyles for little girls that are super easy to pull off!
#2: Stylish A-Line Bob
A neck-length, A-line bob is one of the easiest and most adorable styles you can do on natural straight hair. A straight bob cut keeps the hair off their body and face for a less hassle look.
#3: Short Hairstyle
Adorable neck-to-shoulder lengths always look classic and lovely with those small and charming faces. This stylish hairstyle is a hassle-free cut that’s really easy to manage and style everyday.
#4: Adorable Long Pixie
If you want something easy to style for your little one, consider an adorable long pixie. Your daughter will be the coolest girl in school with a short and sweet pixie cut. A long pixie is easy to style and maintain and great for fine hair. It’s a good idea to get frequent trims to upkeep the shape and style.
#5: Very Short Copper Pixie Bob
A very short copper pixie bob works well if you have a petite face shape. Ask your stylist for extra texturizing for an edgier, piece-y look.
#6: Short Haircut for Naturally Curly Hair
Teach your little lady that she can embrace her natural God-given beauty in so many stunning ways! One of them is this absolutely marvelous shoulder-length bob haircut that lets her wear her curls freely and manage them easily—whether she’s an African-American or just one with curly hair. Adding curls to short hairstyles for girls will give them a playful touch.
#7: Perfectly Cut Short Bob with Bangs
You should consider this cute short bob with bangs with a slight angle for your little girl. It’s a classic and stylish haircut. This cut is easy to manage whether your daughter’s hair texture is straight or curly. Consider keeping the ends blunt if their hair is finer. If they have thicker hair, consider adding more layers.
#8: Low-Maintenance Pixie Cut
Keeping a low-maintenance pixie cut is best accomplished by starting a little shorter. Starting shorter allows for a couple of extra weeks between haircut appointments. Pixie haircuts for girls have a wide variety of shapes a low-maintenance shape would be a lot shorter toward the bottom and keeping a little more length on the top. Focusing on just the front is a great way for younger ladies to learn how to use products and manage their specific hair texture.
#9: Layered Bob with Side Bangs
Trying a layered bob with side bangs is a smart choice for little girls that are all about fashion but still need to get through the day without their hair falling in their face. When youngsters are learning how to brush their blonde hair, perhaps wash their hair and even maybe style their hair for them at first. Side bangs keep a layered bob even more manageable in that same way of having less for smaller kids to style.
#10: Inverted Bob
Give a new sense of style for your girl with this totally fab angled cut! Pros include less weight at the back and more length and cuteness in front. Bobs are always popular choices for short hairstyles for girls of all ages. Pair short haircuts with some bangs or texture for unique styling.
#11: Chin-Length Bob with Center Part
This conventional yet classy shorter-length cut parted in the middle gives your kid a fresh and neat appearance. Little girls’ haircuts like this are ideal for round and oval faces.
#12: Edgy Stacked Bob
Keep it above the nape for a breezy yet elegant feeling. This one-length cut looks gorgeous on girls with short hair paired with a cute middle part!
#13: Graduated Bob with Side Swept Bangs
This angled round cut on this natural redhead is the definition of structure! It’s a refreshing and easy-to-manage look that little girls would surely have fun with!
#14: Asymmetrical Bob
It’s a subtle asymmetrical bob that easily takes the hair off your little girl’s face. Add a touch of style by doing a simple side part.
#15: Adorable Angled Bob
This angled bob on short curly hair is proof that you can have sophistication and cuteness both in one cool hairstyle! This cut is ideal for wavy to curly hair, as it takes the weight away yet leaves some for a chic look.
#16: Short Haircut with Deep Side Part
It’s a classic adorable short bob for a precious small face! This cute short style makes it easy for young ones to manage their hair and get it off their faces.
#17: Fine Short Hair
This short haircut is a layered bob with face-framing and a brow-length fringe by Nicole Miller, a hair artist from Rochester Hills, MI. “The cutest part of this short hairstyle is how I slightly stacked the back to give it a nice round shape. Also, this is the kind of haircut that needs little to no daily styling for it to look nice,” Miller states.
This layered haircut works best for oval or more slender face shapes. It also works best for people with straight or slightly wavy hair. Styling this cut is very easy. If done correctly, a quick blow dry would have it laying nicely. You may need to use a round brush to give it more volume and shape.
Miller suggests this short haircut for people who don’t want to spend a lot of time fussing with their hair in the morning. “This cut also works for thick or thin hair, it does tend to add volume for people with thin hair. If your hair is very thick you may need to have it thinner or texturized for it to lay nicely,” she adds.
#18: Short Boyish / Tomboy Cut
This look is a youthful flowy pixie. Created by stylist Tiffany Landers of Boston, what to love about this look is that it has structure and texture. It can move with you in any direction and still look young.
It’s very wash-and-go. It would be best on someone with naturally straight/wavy hair.
To style, Landers recommends doing rough-dry, air dry, or wrap dry and go with no product yet still have this style be moveable. She adds, “You could throw in dry texture spray or dry shampoo for more of a messy look. You can also put in a paste to really pull out a piecey textured look. It’s great for someone who doesn’t want to put a lot of work into their hair and still be fun with it.”
#19: Short Pixie Cut
This is an asymmetrical pixie cut. Style creator Zhala of Mississauga, ON made it with a soft face-framing fringe to enhance her youthful appearance. “The cutest thing about this style of cut is that it complements her contrast of color and the softness of her cut. The elements work well together. Pixie cuts make fantastic short hairstyles for girls who are active,” Zhala explains.
It depends on the facial shape and features, hair texture, and quality. Zhala always recommends a free consultation. It is very beneficial to the kids and the stylist, to help determine the best look and style that would be both suitable and easy to work with at home.
#20: Short Shaggy Cut for Thick hair
The most gorgeous thing about this cut is it can be for the fun, stylish, girls who like to wear their hair a little undone and not so perfect! This shaggy, asymmetrical bob by look creator Delainea Hubbard from Texarkana, TX has an undercut because the girl had so much hair. “After I cut the perimeter of the hair, I point cut layers at a 90-degree angle,” Hubbard states.
To get all this texture, several different methods were done. Hubbard did a deeper point cutting on dry hair and chipped away at the heavy ends with the very tip of the shears.
To style a textured bob, Hubbard continues, “I used a root lifter and oil to smooth the ends, did a rough dry with my fingertips, and finished with the round brush. I used the flat iron to throw in random curls and waves throughout the whole head.”
It has so much texture that it feels so light and airy for the ladies who are used to so much hair. This style can be so simple with a few curls and some hairspray or texturing spray to finish it off!
#21: Short Bob with Bangs
It’s a basic A-line bob with lots of texture and curved bangs. Stylist Curtis Brooks of Jefferson City, MO used a small round brush while blowdrying, with the concentrator against the brush to smooth the hair and curl it under just a tad. Her natural hair is very straight so this won’t be something she will have to do every day.
“The layers in this haircut give it lots of movement so her hair will be just as bouncy as she is on the playground. Bobs and bangs make cute face-framing short hairstyles for girls,” Brooks emphasizes.
When considering a haircut like this, you’ll want to take into consideration your hair texture (Is it straight, wavy, or curly?) and your desired texture. How long will it take you to style this haircut with your hair type? This haircut is great for this particular girl because of her naturally smooth/straight hair texture. She doesn’t like her hair in her face, so the curved bangs frame her face nicely and stay out of her eyes.
#22: Cute Pixie Bob
The first thing that comes to mind about this cut is sassy! This little girl has confidence and sass, and this haircut reflects that outwardly for her.
California-based hairstylist Lindsey Wentz made the shape and texture easy for her to style and wear with very little effort. That’s so important for a kid with a sense of style. She continues, “I used Oi All In One Milk and Relaxing Moisture Fluid both by Davines to style her. Her color is absolutely gorgeous and 100% done by nature (I can’t take credit for that).”
This look is great for someone who has medium or fine hair texture and thin or medium to medium-thick density. It can be worn straight or curly/wavy. Wentz would not recommend it for someone who has a ponytail the size of a coke can or someone with an extremely coarse texture.
This shape is great on a round, oval, or triangular (add fringe) face shape and for someone who is looking for the 5-minute style in the morning. Just a little product, quick blow-dry of the front and roots in order to tame any cowlicks and you’re out the door.
#23: Trendy Undercut with Design
It’s a sidecut or ladies’ undercut with a pixie cut and style. It’s a masterpiece by stylist Amanda VanDyne of Fort Worth, TX.
“I love this look for every girl because it’s a super empowering transformation no matter how long the rest of your hair is. Adding a design to the undercut is a fun way to express your unique style and interests,” VanDyne notes.
This trend is very hot right now whether it be the side of the head or the back. It’s great for kids and for women of any age and in any profession. These styles can also be easily hidden for the workplace by simply changing the parting of the hair.
A shaved undercut makes a great style for anyone who has extremely thick hair and loves to wear their hair up. This is also an amazing style on the side if you have short pixie styles because it adds character and creativity to your look.
One thing you should be aware of with this style is that there is more upkeep than your “normal” styles. VanDyne adds, “The undercut is something that usually needs to be maintained about every 2 weeks to keep it fresh and keep the designs bold. The darker her natural hair color is, the bolder the designs will look. I would suggest women with lighter hair colors go with a simpler design so that it doesn’t get lost against the scalp.”