By On Mar 28, 2018 Short Hairstyles
It is very important to choose the best short hairstyles for women since it plays a huge part of your style. Having the right hairstyle can provide you with joy and positive emotions. Find out which hairstyle is perfect for your personality and character. You should also consult your hair stylist before having a new haircut. After all, changes are great and it can also add positive outlook in your life. Feel free to browse our collection of short hairstyles for women and select the one that you like best.
The long bob has been around for a few seasons and its still just as hot this year but it has a new name -- the demi-bob. According to Vogue Magazine, which named the demi-bob a hot trend (see the article), its a bob that falls anywhere between the mid-neck and the shoulders. Its also been seen on many actresses and models this season as everyone seems to have gotten sick of their long, tousled waves at the same time. The long bob is great for women with hair that falls flat when grown longer. Flat, lifeless hair is something you might battle as you age. The secret to voluminous hair lies in a good cut and great styling (styling sprays, curling irons, etc). Here, Christine Baranski shows off gorgeous hair thats a bit longer and full of volume (and likely hairspray). Keep in mind its harder to keep volume in hair thats long. The shorter you go the better your hair will hold its shape.
Maybe you have always been a short hair kind of girl, or perhaps you have recently grown tired of your long locks. Whatever your reason for wanting to go short, there are tons of different ways to style your hair like a star. From Ginnifer Goodwins basic bob to Natalie Portmans pixie cut, get insider tips from the pros on how to cut and style your short do. Plus, try our best short styles for curly hair.
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