My hair is also fine/straight, though it seems as I am getting more gray and from the meds I've been on the last few years....it is getting a slight 'wave' to it. Your hair looks like it has a bit more body than my own, which tends to lay in flat, uninteresting lanks.
Your skin looks beautiful and I love your eyebrows. My own eyebrows are thin/light on the outer halves. May I suggest lightly plucking to neaten them up? I would go to a professional the first time*, so they can teach you how/where to pluck so you don't over-do it.
*I suggest this out of experience of a mistake when I tried to do it on my own.
Anyhow...on to the haircut!
I have recently gone short. I was losing a lot of hairs in the shower (meds) and it was depressing me, so I got it whacked off...and I love it!
My hair falls to about my chin, in length. I do have bangs, but I have begun styling them (blowdrier, round brush and pump hairspray) to the side with an off-center part. The back is called "stacked", where it is cut sort of like a man's style, but the upper hair, from the crown down, is still lengthy and falls to almost one length about an inch above the bottom of the back of my neck's boy-like cut. From that point, the hair is cut flat along the bottom towards the point of my chin. I wanted it angled more so it was short in the back and longer in the front, but my hair wouldn't behave, so it is mostly an even length all the way around, from the stack to my chin. Then, the stylist layered the long lengths, but only about an inch up into the longer lengths, so when I use my dryer/brush and roll my hair under, it floofs up a bit and has more body.
I will look for a photo, or have Hubby take one so I can show you.
Something I notice about this cut, is when I gather all of my hair into my hands and push it to the back of my upper neck, as if I were going to put it in a low hanging ponytail...it almost seems like the stylist could have just put it IN a ponytail and cut it off flat and the style would be there.
I find it to be easy-care. On weekends when we do property chores and prefer to shower later in the day, after all out chores, but I still have to go to town for something (parts) I can brush my hair and use the round brush and hair drier and get it to style again with a slight spritz of hairspray and it looks nice and presentable. Not going-out-to-dinner nice, but nice enough for public shopping.
I'm not sure about your current cut, but I think you'd be happy with a shorter cut/style at the back, moving forward into longer lengths that would be easy to brush/drier with a slight curve and hold with minimal hairspray or gel product. Something I like about this cut, is I can use small clips (cute ones) to help hold my hair in the style I wish, which is nice on windy days.