It first started with model Alice Dellal in 2010, then Rihanna did it in 2012, followed by Kesha and then Jada Pinkett Smith in 2013. Now, Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer is flaunting her version of the undercut. Yes, its the half-shaved hairstyle who know it would stick? But, unlike the punk versions of the 80s, todays half shaved heads are quite feminine with longer coifed hair softening the shaved areas. Its very fitting and on trend mixed textures and surfaces creating individual looks that give multiple identities for both work or play.
Check out these 12 celebrities that have or are currently rocking the half-shaved or "undercut" hairstyle!
Usually known for her long, glossy, golden tresses, Natalie certainly turned heads on the red carpet when she unveiled her undercut!
Cassie has been able to show just how diverse and feminine this typically masculine style can be.
From her curly blonde beginnings to her candyfloss pink undercut, Ellie is as adventurous as she is edgy!
Rihanna debuted a long wave of extensions and a reintroduction of her shaved undercut.
Ultra hip model and socialite Alice Dellal was one of the first to show off this provocative look, mixing short shaven hair on one side and long locks on the other. Beautiful.
Cher Lloyd has trademarked the undercut teamed with long tumbling curls.
Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith's daughter Willow Smith is a fan of neon hair colors and other boundary-pushing looks -- and that's OK with mom and dad.
Kelly Osbourne makes her purple hair stand out even more by officially bringing back the undercut trend.
Jada Pinkett Smith
Jada is known for pushing the envelope when it comes to her hair, so it's no surprise that the smokin' hot actress had the fortitude to pull off this look.
Amelle Berrabah show how classy and elegant undercuts can look.
Mel B and her daughter Angel Iris Murphy Brown wore their hair in matching shaved styles proving that the undercut style isn't just for mommy.
Rosario Dawson gives her look an edge with a side-swept undercut style.
Would you be able to pull off the side-shaved look? It's a lot easier than cutting all of your hair off, especially since you leave hair to cover the undercut. You could begin with the noncommital version of this hairstyle by slicking back the hair on one side of your hair or braiding one side back, instead of the shaved look - that is, until you get used to it.