Short Haircuts — A Brand New You
So… you are thinking of taking the plunge and replacing your current long style with one of those cute short haircuts you’ve been seeing everywhere? This could be the best decision you have ever made for your appearance, but there is a lot to consider when venturing into short hairstyles territory. The most important aspect of getting that new short haircut is — will it suit you? A fresh, short haircut will get a lot of public attention ranging from, “Wow, you look so amazing. I wish I could go short. ” to “Oh my, what did she do to her hair?” Before you head down to your favorite stylist, check out online stylist software. Many online programs will give you a preview of what you would look like like with one of these bold, new, short hairstyles.
There are various styles of short haircuts to consider. The style and length of the cut will depend on your face shape, facial features, and the texture of your hair. An experienced stylist will be able to look at you and come up with a cut and style that is perfect for you.
Short Haircuts with Bangs
If you feel like you have a lot of forehead or deep forehead lines to cover — this may be the short haircut for you. You can choose a long sweeping bang or pick an edgy blunt bang that accentuates beautiful facial features-especially eyes.
The Boy Short Haircuts
The boy cut can be a drastic move, but a striking one-think pixie or high energy woman. Not everyone can wear this cut because it is so short, but with the right features it is bold and daring.
The Messy Short Haircuts
This messy style is sexy and lends itself to a mid-length to longer short haircut. That just- out- of- bed tousled look is appealing for the relaxed, demure personality.
Bob Short Haircuts
Asymmetrical bob cuts are popular at the moment. One side can be left longer than the other side for a creative look. A classic bob where both sides are left a little longer frames the face for a hairstyle that looks sharp and tailored.
Layered Short Haircuts
A layered look will add volume to the hair and give it depth. If the hair is fine and straight the layers will give pizazz to a dull style. Be careful with curly and thick hair as sometimes the layers will make it look too puffy.
What are you trying to accomplish with your short haircut? Are you accentuating the personality that is you by nature, or are you going for a total reinvention of you? Your haircut can convey everything about you before you even say a word. Short haircuts are often considered brave, fun, hip, sophisticated, sassy and confident. They can take old and worn out appearances and make them pop with life.
Many times women will consider short haircuts after a break-up, or when they are ending something in their life. It’s that what- have- I- got- to-lose attitude or the desire to make a big, dramatic change. These short haircuts can be both liberating and life-affirming. Women decide to go short with the idea that it will be low-maintenance. From busy executives to stay- at- home mothers with young children, convenience and no-fuss are big motivating factors for the short haircuts decision. Some of these short haircuts actually do require more upkeep and frequent cuts, so convey to your stylist what exactly you are looking for in salon visit frequency and styling time. What will you do with all of that hair after it is snipped away? You can donate it to Locks of Love. Locks of Love is a non-profit organization that creates hairpieces for children that have lost their hair due to various medical conditions. A sexy, short haircut for you, and a donation to a good cause in the process.