Michelle Williams' cropped locks a la Twiggy are making a serious comeback. Ask
your stylist for tapered layers, a fringe at the front and soft edges to take
the look from severe to sweet.
Though it’s a wash-and-wear style, you can give
it some volume by applying a texturizing serum and hitting your locks with a
blow dryer. Reconsider this cut if you have curly or unruly hair — fighting
your natural texture takes this simple style from low to high maintenance.