Top Hairstyles for Women
One of the most commonly seen problems with women is that they go to the salon without the awareness of a good hairstyle and spend all the time in the world to choose one only to regret having let a chunk of their hair to be preyed by scissors. Here
The Bob Cut
Bob cut is the most popular cut, which looks especially good in women with sleep or wavy hair. The bob cut has longer strands in the front compared with those at the rear. Having longer strands in front keeps the hair from looking overtly boxy. Try bold highlights to play the chunky texture.
The Shag Style
The shag style is described as ‘layers with edge’. This cut has longer layers, is face-framing and has angled bangs. Choose a colour that suits your skin tone. A chocolate brown colour will help you hide the grays (if you have any) and add shine.
The Pixie Style
The pixie style is not only gamine, but also classic. This style has long asymmetrical bangs with choppy layers throughout. It is one of the most flattering hair styles for but only straight hair but also wavy hair though it will need a bit of your attention if you plan to go for it.
Long Hair with Bangs
Long straight hair with bangs has been one of the most common hair styles that seem to fit every trend. Sure they look cute on kids, but a little fringe in adult women can enhance the innocence in them. Caramel highlights will enhance shine and beauty of your hair especially if it is straight.
Layered hair styles come in different forms in every trend’s season. Long layers require a bit of fussing, but the result is versatile and worth all the time that you spend wearing it the right way. It is the perfect hairstyle for you if you are bored with all-one-length locks.
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