At some point, we may have been convinced to just chop our hair off and join the short hair gang. It's a refreshing look, but after a couple of months, your hair will have grown a couple of inches longer, leaving you with a length that's neither short nor long. It can feel a bit awkward to grow out your once short tresses, but with the right hairstyle, you'll be able to ride it out. Here are a few pegs to start you off:
Your hair may not be long enough to achieve a top knot yet, but in most cases, it can already be put into a stylish low knot.
Bucket hats are always a good idea, even when you're trying to steer attention away from your tricky hair length.
Coming from a stylish bob cut? Try going for a layered look and thin out the ends for a less awkward looking 'do.
Go for face-framing strands
If you're trying to grow out the DIY bangs you gave yourself, try separating it into two thin strands at the front to frame your face.
Add some waves
Curling your hair or going for some waves helps create an illusion of shorter hair and add texture to it.
*This story originally appeared on Candymag.com. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.