The Rachel Cut Popularized by Jennifer Aniston's character on the TV show "Friends," this iconic haircut features layers and face-framing highlights, creating a stylish and effortless look.
Pixie Cut The 90s saw a resurgence of the classic pixie cut, characterized by short, cropped hair that's easy to maintain and offers a chic and edgy appearance.
Bowl Cut The bowl cut was a trendy 90s hairstyle with a straight fringe and hair cut in a rounded shape around the head, resembling a bowl. It's a bold and distinct style.
Spiky Short Hair Short, spiky hair was a popular choice for women who wanted a rebellious and daring look. It involves styling short hair into pointed spikes using hair products.
Asymmetrical Bob This edgy variation of the classic bob features uneven lengths, with one side longer than the other. It adds a touch of asymmetry and attitude to your look.
Choppy Layers Choppy layers were all the rage in the 90s. This style involves cutting hair into uneven, textured layers for a casual and relaxed vibe.