7 Of Our Favorite Celebrity Haircuts So Far This Year

 7 Of Our Favorite Celebrity Haircuts So Far This Year

By Kristin Corpuz, POPSUGAR

When you've got a team of hair experts at your beck and call, it's easy for celebrities to play around with different hairstyles. Whether they decide to chop it all off into a pixie or bob haircut (only to then throw in some extensions), the stars always seem to serve some serious inspiration for our next trip to the salon. This year is no exception.

Miley Cyrus is making us want to try out the trendy mullet haircut, and Jada Pinkett Smith's short curls are totally bringing the faux hawk back. Whether you're itching for a change or just want inspiration for a subtle refresh, here are a few of our favorite celebrity haircuts of 2020 so far to help with your "new hair, new me" selfies. 

Kaia Gerber's Super Short Bob 

Charlize Theron's Sleek Pixie 

Kiersey Clemons's Flipped-Out Bob 

Miley Cyrus's Mullet 

Tia Mowry's Natural Short Curls 

Selena Gomez's '70s-Inspired Choppy Layers 



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7 Of Our Favorite Celebrity Haircuts So Far This Year
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