Styling Products to the Rescue:
Front and center in this hair rescue squad is hair gel. Gel can work magic because it completely changes your hairstyle to wet and smooth. Quickly and without much ado, gel creates the trendy wet look, which is suitable for hair of any length and cut. Use plenty of gel to create the "complete wet look". Distribute the gel between both hands and use them to apply the gel to your hair. Then use a comb to cover your hair with gel from the roots to the ends. Alternatively, you may like to gel only part of your hair like for example one side (the side where you created a side part) before styling the side hair back to a mock undercut. If at all possible you should shampoo your hair in the evening to remove the gel or at least comb your hair.
Styling Tools to the Rescue:
Curling your hair is a very effective method to blur the lines of a haircut dilemma. Curly hair appears shorter, and the lines of that hated haircut are no longer quite so visible. Apply heat protectant before using a curling iron or foam curlers and a blow dryer to create the curls. Use your fingers to tousle your hair a bit. You may also like to use hair wax to accentuate individual hair strands or ends.
The opposite effect may work just as well for you. In this alternative, the hair is styled very straight using either a flat iron or a straightening blow dry kit (you may have to experiment with straightening methods). Quite possibly, your new hairstyle looks a lot better with straight hair. The straight look may change your appearance and hairstyle sufficiently so that you can make peace with your new haircut.