Short Haircuts

Short hairstyles suit some people more and everyone seems to have given it a try. Besides being more manageable, they never seem to go out of style. Almost everyone knows someone sporting a short haircut. Short hair requires some length versatility with some areas shorter than others.

The world is changing, in fact it is revolutionizing. Retro styles are back, women go to work and short haircuts are not meant for boys only, anymore. It was mandatory in the civilized times of America and England for men to sport a short haircut and women to keep it long and flowing. A rule that spread to the rest of the world.

Well it’s the new millennium and one can get away with practically anything. Short haircuts have become the woman’s prerogative. Small face-cuts with a narrow nose and pout make a short hairstyle look gorgeous. Even Hollywood stars like Sharon Stone and Halle Berry always sport a short hairdo making them style icons for their hundreds of fan following.They look gorgeous on and off screen always styling their hair in a great fashion.

So what’s in for you with a short haircut? Well to begin with, do not just get any style because it looks good on the girl next door or its everywhere in the newspaper. Your face structure is definitely not the same as hers and so you have to think how it would look on you. Have a chat with your stylist before you snip it off. She could give you a mock look with pins tapering the ends. Get to the market and pick up some fashion and hair magazines that are a month or two old and browse through their hairstyle sections. Keep clippings of what interests you. But at the same time do note the texture of your hair and that of the model sporting it.

Today technology has seeped into every segment giving you an edge to see yourself in a particular hairstyle on the screen. There are many websites too that allow you to upload your photographs and check out which hairstyle, color or make-up suits you most.

The blunt and the mushroom are evergreen, but if you have been doing the same for years then you do need a change. And the variety of short haircuts in the market will blow you off your feet. Your hair-texture and form like curls, straight or fizzy impact the style greatly. So do not be adamant on a particular style if your hairstylist advises you otherwise.

Some hair styles to note are the layered short hairstyle, angel cut boys, gaux haux- the alternative Mohawk look, spiked hair, choppy punk look, razor cut edges, front gelled fringe, thick banks and a lot more. Get chopping and love the new short hairdo but only after you have reckoned it.

If you need to keep your hair on the conservative style for your career position or lifestyle choice, just apply mousse to damp hair and blow dry for work or play. On the other hand if you wish to be stylish, spike the tips of your hair in different directions with a professional styling gel or pomade.

One of the short hairstyles that are on the most wanted list is the Halle Berry Short Haircut, which is great for medium to thick hair texture. Just apply gel and scrunch dry your hair. You also add some molding cream through the ends to give shape to your style.

Textured ends are also great for short haircuts, which is slightly layered on the ends and creates a wispy effect. Also, a slightly graduated textured hairstyle is a creative way to add depth around the nape. You can add greater emphasis to it by layering the front and the sides.

There are dozens & dozens of short hairstyles viz straight, wavy, and curly and celebrity. There are also short hairstyles in mens hairstyles. short haircuts ~  F. Peris. copyright data indianchild.com

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