A young age is a beautiful period of life when you can actively experiment with your looks, try on new fashion and style ideas and look invariably stunning, because the sad truth is people become more and more conservative as they grow older. Anyway, if you are a young girl, you have multiple options on what to do with your hair regardless of its length, thickness and color. Look through the following 50 haircuts for girls and you will definitely choose something very special for yourself.
A choice of a haircut is a responsible matter since it’s going to be your reliable base for future amazing styles. It should be comfortable for everyday wear yet leave some potential for fancier dos when you go out. It’s commonly believed that the shorter your hair is, the less options and freedom you have in this relation. Well, this is rather a disputable statement, since modern haircuts feature combinations of contrasting textures, unusual angles and stately edges which generally gives you more opportunities to look each time different.
Bobs, pixies layered and shag haircuts remain very popular, however, most of them are attaining more provocative modern twists. Long side-swept bangs are still in trend and are compatible with practically any contemporary haircut. Enjoy the gallery!
Short hair for little girls is as cute and classic as it gets. A wispy, blonde bob is pure perfection and easy to maintain on your little one. It’s simply a matter of air-drying and walking (or running) out the door. When you’re a mom with a toddler girl to keep up with, “easy” is always the magic word.
Cute haircuts for girls are usually all about the details. When working with little ones, you are free to have some fun and add whimsical touches. For example, a funky pink strip of hair down the side is a great way to jazz up your girl’s look, without going overboard or too adult.
Little girls can be picky about how they want their hair to look, so it’s best to choose a simple cut that will still look great on most textures. With short hair, try a bob that’s cut at an angle. The style is sure to please you and your young girl!
Switch up your little one’s Plain Jane shoulder-length haircut. Give her some dimension and shape by adding long layers at the bottom of her medium cut. While the change seems minimal, it makes quite a difference in the appearance of the hair. Layers breathe life into the look and make it more vibrant and moveable.
Medium and short haircuts for girls typically consist of clean, chin-length blunt bobs. But, your little one deserves a chic hairstyle that’s very in now (just as much as you do). So, switch up the normal go-to and give her an angular bob that’s edgy but cute. This cut is also super easy to style and work with, so you, busy moms, can rest easy.
Slightly textured straight, fine hair is easy to manage when it’s cut into a medium-length bob. Girls’ haircuts should be pretty and quick to style. The honey-blonde color gives the hair a shiny, sun-kissed appearance.
With medium hair, very subtle layers add movement and texture necessary for young girls who have straight hair and like to wear it free-flowing. Make sure the layered style for your cutie isn’t overpowering. The great thing about this cut is that it works for both medium and longer locks.
You are well aware that cute haircuts come in many lengths and textures. If your girl’s hair is quite thick and long, try a fashionable cut with lots of sharply angled layers throughout the ends. Such a fun fringe is awesome on little bright brunettes.
Young girls with thick fine hair might have difficulty managing it. By cutting it into an all-one-length rounded bob, she´ll have no problem keeping her hair neat and orderly. Long bangs extend down to the chin, and the haircut can be worn with a side or center part.
Cool haircuts for girls with long hair are even more eye-catching than similar adult styles. If your little one has great hair let her grow it out! It’s so heartwarming to see those gorgeous locks even if it means extra styling time that’s your responsibility. Imagine how many different styles you’ll be able to try!
For something a little different than common hairstyles for younger girls, try a sleek inverted bob with sun kissed highlights. The cut creates a nice rounded shape and a neat look. The style works equally great with thick and fine hair, especially when kept at chin-level.
Long layers will deliver movement and texture to even the straightest hair textures, so if your girl needs a nice cut for long hair, definitely give textured ends a try. Ask for two different levels of long layers to insure that hair stays smooth and neat.
Short girl haircuts can also embrace trends and look current as opposed to boring classic styles. Opt for a new choppy messy bob instead of the boring A-line. The idea is especially to the point for teenage girls who mainly prefer to be rebels at this age.
Want something sleeker? Blunt medium haircuts will look naturally rounded and put together. A great cut for pre-teens and teens, the hair falls right past the shoulders and is easy to style for straight thick hair. Since this cut is so smooth, it would also look great with bangs.
Bobbed cuts are known as the it-style of today, and younger girls can also enjoy this modern cut. Choppy ends make the ‘do fashionable and edgy, but it’s appropriate for school. You will only need to pin face-framing pieces sometimes if you prefer not to cut any bangs.
The razored ends and tousled, tomboyish vibe of this cute dark brown bob are fashionable and modern. The subtle highlights and the piece-y texture add to the fullness of the cut, and the wispy flyaways and a side part lend an absolutely adult feel.
A pretty reddish-brown hair color works great with any cut, but with a side of bangs it’s definitely off-the-charts adorable. So give your little girl the ultimate of cute girl hairstyles by throwing in some wispy, youthful bangs. They frame her little face perfectly and are surprisingly easy to work with. So, no added effort is needed or required.
Light layering at the bottom of a chin-length haircut and soft elongation towards the front can make for a perfectly unbalanced bob that your girl will absolutely love.
A shoulder-length lob is a perfect haircut for girls who are growing their short bob into a longer hairstyle. A versatile cut, it can be parted on the side or down the middle, and it works well with thick or thin hair textures. It’s a cute hairstyle that’s long enough to pull back into a quick and easy ponytail for playtime.
Chicness can start at a young age, and it can also start with a stylish long bob cut. The elongated front pieces help the hair fall nicely at the shoulders and spice up the bobbed style. Long side bangs that flow into the rest of the layers smoothly fit here perfectly.
Sometimes hairstyles for girls need to focus on adding volume to the otherwise thin locks. A stacked bob cut will provide the needed volume to keep hair tangle-free and looking lovely.
Taking a cue from mom’s style, this layered shoulder-length hairstyle looks great on little ladies with thin to medium straight hair. Add in some side bangs or even face-framing highlights for older girls.
Sleek, straight and simple, this bob haircut is timeless and perfect for the cute girl in your life. This hairstyle is popular because it’s extremely low maintenance – as long as she has naturally straight hair. But bonus! It looks adorable on curly hair, too.
Youngsters holding onto their super fine baby hair will love the way this light, layered little girls haircut will make morning detangling sessions so much easier. Instead of long hair that ends up looking stringy due to its fine texture, this feathered style will keep finer strands under control.
Girls with long hair often face a battle with dry ends and damaged hair cuticles. Sometimes, the only solution of bringing long locks back to their original healthy state is cutting them a little bit shorter. The mid-back haircut with slightly curled ends is sleek and bouncy.
Is your daughter too cool for school and ready for a no-frills haircut that still looks feminine? Check out this super straight shoulder length cut that features rounded ends. It’s especially lovely on those lucky little ladies with thick, super straight hair.
The perfect cut for girls with natural waves, the layered shoulder-length lob is easy to manage and style in numerous ways. It looks great when it’s parted on the side and a few face-framing waves curl over the cheekbone and jawline. The strawberry blonde balayage adds a unique touch to make it stand out from the crowd.
A longer layered cut is ideal for young girls who prefer a shaggy style for their thick shoulder-length hair. The auburn color is rich and natural, and the piece-y locks showcase texture and shine. With this length you can alternate updos and downdows, depending on your mood and occasion.
Haircuts for girls with fine hair look their best when they are shorter. It’s important to add as much thickness and volume into the cut as possible, so try an inverted bob. The inverted nature of the style creates a visible lift that can be enhanced with a blowout or at least light teasing.
With a stacked choppy bob, hair will never look flat or limp. These pictures show the cut from all angles, so you can see how the different layers really texturize the hair and make it look more dynamic.
Modern haircuts for girls are very versatile. They can be very simple or very intricate. To show off your beautiful thick hair, opt for a basic cut with subtle layers. The style is a great option for girls who are growing out a shorter bob to a longer, medium-length cut.
Hairstyles for girls don’t always have to be traditional – and if she emulates you, then why not to give her a mini version of your hair to match? This cut features front layers that make a “V” shape as the strands run backward, and a few token streaks of turquoise to add a cute, fun flair.
Young girls with any hair type should consider an angled lob. Medium haircuts are low-maintenance and variable, and that means you can experiment with buns, ponies, and braids or simply wear it down, and every time look cool!
A side-parted shoulder length shag is the perfect hairstyle choice for girls who have thick, coarse locks. The long bangs and subtle highlights over dark brown hair add to the charm of this cute haircut. Flip up the ends and tease the crown section for a special occasion.
The hair with long, loose waves is spectacular! If your hair is thick, you’ll need some layers to wear it free-flowing. Enjoy your length and healthy shine and don’t be in a hurry to dye your hair. Your natural hair color with sun-kissed highlights is the most beautiful choice.
If the teen years are almost upon you, you’re probably starting to hear things like “blowout”, “highlights” and “long bob” come out of your daughter’s mouth. Indulge this maturing girl with a full and bright bob that looks professionally done. You can create that voluminous, wind-blown ‘do at home. Just arm yourself with a blowdryer and rounded bristle brush. Take a section of damp, towel-dried hair and run the brush under the hair with the blowdryer, following its movement. Repeat with the rest of the hair and you’ve got a pro blowout on your hands.
Never underestimate the power of tried-and-true medium-to-short girl haircuts. Blunt, medium length cuts are great because they won’t make you running to your child’s hairstylist every few weeks. Heck, you won’t even have to go every month. This cut will grow out into a cute long ‘do in no time, so feel free to let it be.
Girls who have always had long hair might be hesitant to go shorter because they don’t want one of those “little girl haircuts.”Their minds will be put at ease when they see this bouncy, shiny lob that is slightly layered and shows off lots of choppy, piece-y ends.
Do you have a girls’ girl on your hands? Play up your little lady’s über-feminine side with waved long hair. The look is surprisingly easy to create and will turn your girl into a bohemian princess in no time. All she needs now is a flower crown and lace dress, and she’ll be ready to roll.
Hair color for young girls should be fun and imaginative, just like them. Try a few streaks of purple and pink in the front of the hair to brighten up your little one’s look. This way, you`re able to let your kid’s creative streak show, while not committing her (and yourself) to a full-blown crazy color.
Today’s cute short haircuts for girls are just as stylish as their mom’s cuts. Layered styles may turn out a little complicated for younger kids to pull off, so keep things low-maintenance with a bob that features flipped-out ends. The haircut is easy to style and great for an everyday wear.
A shoulder length girl’s bob haircut is cute and convinient to wear. She can tuck the long face-framing pieces behind the ears or bobby pin them so they don’t fall into her face. The cut can be styled in loose waves or straight. Use uneven layers to form a nice asymmetrical effect that looks great at this length.
For little girls who have thick, straight hair, face-framing layers can really add some lightness to the otherwise weighted down locks. Get the layers in the front fringed and curl them with a large barrel iron for special occasions. A blunt cut across the ends keeps a bounty of hair in place and looks great on youngsters.
Little girl haircuts are surprisingly easy to make stylish and cute. All you need to choose the right style for your girl’s texture, and for those with straighter hair, a medium style with blunt eyebrow-skimming bangs works extremely well. This cut looks great with either medium length or shorter hair, so it’s all about preference!
Those who sport a natural wave are blessed, and a shoulder length cut can help to showcase this unique hair texture. If your daughter is fortunate enough to have a natural wave, don’t hide it – accentuate it with a layered style and side bangs for a look that’s all her own.
Hair of any texture can greatly benefit from long layers that are feathered and styled. Get your girl’s hair cut in various angles to achieve the most out of the layers, which will easily add texture and shape. This style will work best on girls who are willing to put forth some effort in the morning – otherwise, stick to more low-maintenance cuts for those cute tomboys.
Short and sassy, this A-line cut is inspired by a style worn by big girls who mean business. The hot pink strands can either be added with temporary dye or by incorporating some clip ins.
Little girls just look so adorable with layers, and adding some thick, shorter bangs can really breathe new life into the look. Featured and angled to lighten up thick hair, the bangs really frame the face in a sweet way that will look great both at school and on special occasions.
With curly hair have your daughter’s hair cut in one length just below the chin. Curly kids’ hair is self-styling. You will also need a couple of fun bobby-pins or clips to keep bangs in place.
Cute haircuts for girls may standout thanks to their flowy nature and discreet yet effective texture-boosting layers. An elongated bob like this one can be easily thrown up in an updo whenever your cutie needs a more formal hairstyle.
As you see, the choice is rich for hair of all lengths and structures. Don’t be afraid to try something new and exciting. Youth is the best timing for this. When else if not now?