Forget everything you've heard about curls and short cuts. Halle Berry's tough-but-feminine crop works on nearly any texture, and isn't as high-maintenance as you'd think. Ask your stylist for a graduated pixie style. "You don't want a precision cut," says Morgan Willhite, creative director at Ouidad. "It should be longer on top to show off the texture and choppiness." Let it dry naturally and use a frizz-control product, like Tigi Bed Head Candy Fixations Totally Baked Volumizing and Prepping Hair Meringue, to give the top separation and shine. Just be sure before you cut it all off: "When your hair is that short, you can't hide behind it," Willhite says.