By On Apr 09, 2018 Short Hairstyles
Lets talk hair texture. You want to make sure your hairstyle works with your hair texture. Typically curly or very thick, wavy hair, as pictured here, can be tricky worn short because it can turn frizzy and "pouffy" easily. But this haircut is absolutely gorgeous because it shows off the amount of hair she has, which is a lot. If you have thick hair, show it off!
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.
While its a beauty myth that women over 55 must wear their hair short, the real marker for whether you should be wearing your hair short is whether it would flatter your face shape and work with your hair texture. Curly hair, for example, tends to look better longer. And if you have a round face, you might be better off with a hairstyle that falls a few inches below your chin. Find out more in How to Choose the Perfect Haircut for Your Hair Texture & Face Shape.
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