We’re down to the last few weeks of the year and we know you’re itching for a brand new look to help you jumpstart the holiday festivities and ring in the New Year. And who to better get pegs from than your favorite local celebs, right? These ladies in particular steer clear of the cookie-cutter long, dyed, layered hair we’ve been seeing on almost everyone for the past X seasons. So, to get you started, here are a couple of photos you might want to show your stylist for your next salon trip. You’re welcome!

The textured lob

Jess Connelly


Forget what the others are saying. Short hair is definitely fresh and fuss free. If you’re worried about your ends flying away, don’t be. It adds character to your look so don’t fuss about it too much.

The lady-like undercut

KZ Tandingan


Rip a page from the boys and sport their favorite long-in-the-middle-short-on-the-sides ‘do. Slick it back with some pomade, and work that hair like a brother would.

Mid-length layers

Georgina Wilson


It’s the perfect compromise length for those who don’t want to go short but not too long either. Plus, it looks great with a collarbone-baring top!

Overstayed layers

Coleen Garcia


What’s the best remedy for bangs that have grown out? Part them down the middle. This looks best when worn a little messy since those uneven layers have a tendency to look very rock & roll.

Long and lush

Kelsey Merritt


Long luscious locks never goes out of style. Keep it sleek and straight, cut at an even length, and parted in the middle for that supermodel-esque look a la Naomi Campbell.

Blunt and right on the shoulders

Liz Uy


We call this "the editor" hair. It’s sleek, easy, and current. You can easily switch it up by changing your part or even by wearing it tucked or un-tucked behind your ears.

This story originally appeared on Stylebible.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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