These scene-stealing micro-crops help you shine through the crowd with a glam look. Wear your stylish trimmed locks with a modern flair and arm yourself up with the newest sculpting formulas. Team up the smashing structure with an eye-popping shade to make an overwhelming impression on your entourage.

Go for the timeless short bob for a classy makeover or you can also break out of your shell with funky fresh asymmetrical short hairstyles. Steal the limelight by drawing some inspiration from the fall 2011 short haircut trends below.

Short Layered Hair Styleby Ram ShirinovShort Layered Hair Styleby SchwarzkopfShort Layered Hairby Raffel PagesShort Layered Hairby Stuhr Interschool

When it comes to trans-seasonal beauty looks, it is wise to consider a few beauty fixes that allow you to maintain the versatility of your locks. Short is the name of the game if you wish to make a dramatic change in your appearance. Grant your plain tresses with a revitalizing session by getting rid of grown-out locks and bulky texture. Plan your fall-over with great care! Define the ideal length and style of your new stylish haircut in order to bring out the most of your features. Spot these fab and modern hair designs that can definitely boost your motivation to make the cut.

Short Layered Hair by Sevil YakhyaevaShort Layered Hairby Stuhr Interschool HairShort Layered Hair Styleby Olaf van den WildenbergShort Layered Hairby Olaf van den Wildenberg

Be a real trailblazer this fall season and refuse to blend into the crowd with a plain look. Asymmetry guarantees your success among hair fans. Hairdressers will take a bow in front of your oh-so-glam crop if you manage to come up with high street sculpting ideas. Soft layers placed in the front can provide your features with the perfect frame. On the other hand, you can also try your hand at short choppy haircuts. These inject interest and an avantgarde flair into your look.

Short Layered Hairby FramesiShort Layered Hairby Befurt Academy HairShort Layered Hairby MGShort Layered Hairby Clynol