Women Hairstyle Trend in 2016: Undercut hair
Dated 09 May 2016
7. Blue Haze Undercut
Smoky hues are all the rage this year, with colors ranging from purple to silvery grey. This misty blue is a unique spin on the trendy colors. Those who can afford to rock a look like this in the workplace should try a higher undercut.
8. Platinum Under Shaved Pixie
There are many different ways to rock undercut hair outside of the typical isolated shaved sections around the back or side. Those who want to take it a step further should opt for a Mohawk style. If the hair is cut really low, create a striped design with dye in a darker color.
9. Zig-Zag Undercut
One of the most popular updos for a female is a high bun, but those can seem too boring or casual for women who want an extra dose of style. An intricate design takes your look to the next level without dyes. Plus, like most undercuts, it can be completely hidden when you let your hair loose.
10. Cool Copper Undercut Style
Copper is a hard color for women to pull off and choosing the right shade depends on the undertones in your complexion. Make short shaved hair pop by wearing a lighter color on top and a darker color at the bottom. Stripes on the side add visual interest.
11. Eighties Inspired Undercut
One of the benefits of the undercut hairstyle women like today so much, is that you can use the shaved section to boost your overall look. By cutting the back short, you can rock dyed details, jagged layers and curved edges and make them pop in a way that they otherwise would not.
12. Undercut with Primary Colors
One of the most popular female hairstyles is a messy pixie cut. It is refined, yet casual and carefree at the same time. With a haircut like this, the undercut seems more subdued as it blends in to the shorter layers and makes the green and purple colors the star of the show.
13. Shaved Temple and Side Part
This hairdo is perfect for a girl in high school or college who wants to experiment a little without overhauling her entire look. Incorporating a smaller shaved section on one side makes it easier to cover up by simply un-tucking your hair. A look like this would be best suited for those with thick hair.
14. Freehand Design Undercut
Get fancy with your undercut haircut and try a complex, eye-catching design. The beauty of this style is that despite the edginess of the shaved section, the overall pattern actually manages to be soft and subtle because it resembles a sunflower.
15. Ethereal Ponytail with Shaved Nape
While a ponytail may seem like the most basic women's updo, this look is anything but that. The color on its own is enough to make this messy braided ponytail stand out, but since it's so soft and romantic, it needs something opposite to balance it out.
16. Platinum Curly Undercut
Bob haircuts can be classy and cute, but this look shuns that notion for a truly bad girl vibe. When going extremely light, it's helpful to keep your roots dark to prevent a harsh color line and aid in the growing out process. The side detail shows that you can play with different levels to create depth within a shaved section.