7 Examples Of The Low-maintenance Hairstyles Trend That’s Not Going Anywhere

Long, layered designs were meant for thick hair, say celebrity hairstylist Myss Monique and Bellami pro Philip Wolff.

Long, Tiered Layers

You choose your style—the only "rule" is that you look and feel great—but if you're unsure how short hair will suit your face, ask a trusted stylist.

Super Short

In thick hair, blunt cuts aren't stylist-preferred, but blunt bangs are wonderful because the density weighs them down and helps them drape across the forehead.

Blunt Bangs

Professional stylist Leigh Hardges recommends the Dyson Air Wrap ($599), which "totally eliminates the blow-dry and curl steps by making a blowdryer that curls like an iron.

Half-Up, Half-Down With Waves

Undercuts remove weight in the interior of the hair, enabling some length to dangle over with a leaner, softer profile and shape.


Layered bobs are chic and edgy. A chin-touching bob with choppy layers is easy to manage for thick hair, explains hairstylist Gina Rivera

Choppy Bob

To complete, flip hair upwards and tousle from below with fingers instead of combing.