The undercut is not a new trend. In fact, it's a revival: versions of it date back to the Edwardian era, as well as the jazz age of the '20s and '30s. The undercut involves keeping the hair long on top but shaved underneath, and after peaking in popularity in the '80s, we're now seeing a slew of celebrities showing off the look as of late. Think: Rosario Dawson's side-buzzed style and Miley Cyrus's tightly shorn look. Because we've seen a slew of celebrities showing off the coif recently, we wanted to explore the less drastic version — the braided faux undercut — sported on the likes of Kristen Stewart, Jennifer Aniston, and Cara Delevingne.
Get your daily dose of beauty inspiration with our full breakdown, and decide for yourself if this is a trend you'd try. On Kirbie: BCBG Max Azria dress.