Oct 26, 2015

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3 Tips to Look Fab with Short Hair

Are you tired of the mundane task of fixing your long hair before going to work? Or perhaps you have seen Anne Hathaway’s short hair and asked yourself, “Can I pull this off?” If you have been sick of having a bad hair day but worried cutting it short might not look good on you, here are some tips you might find helpful for a fabulous short hairstyle.

  • If you have a round or square-shaped face, a crop hairstyle is perfect for you, especially if you have medium to thick hair with natural curls. You might want to put some highlights to your hair or have it copper-dyed for that sophisticated look. And for styling, you will need a texturizer and a hair gel for the look you want. What’s great about this hairs style is how easy it can be managed since you can fixing it is just on your finger tips, literally. This hair works perfectly well with your LBD (Little Black Dress) and some accessories.

crop

  • For a slicked back chic hairstyle just like what Miley Cyrus wears, all you need is a good razor for the sides and then leave your hair a bit longer in front. It looks good whether you are a brunette or a blonde. You can either slick it to the side or backwards.
  • If you love the pixie hair cut of Audrey Hepburn and Michelle Williams and you also have an oval or square-shaped face, then you will never go wrong with this choice. Audrey’s look was classic and elegant and she had dark hair. Michelle, on the other hand, has blonde hair and both women look fabulous. This cut suits women with fine to medium hair strands. But if you have thick hair and still want this hairstyle, you can use a hair flat iron or straightener for your fringe.

pixie

Sporting short hairstyles might not be for all women but for those who do, they love and enjoy how it reduces the time needed for preparing for work or wherever they need to go. And if you want to look fab and chic without having to spend 30 minutes drying and styling your hair, why not cut it short?

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