Instead of the Usual Center Parting on an Inverted Bob, here it's on One Side.
Create gorgeous bangs to stand out from the crowd. Bangs are a wonderful thing, sadly though often the optimum look is missing, this lady has nailed it. The fringe is swept to the side rather than hanging down her face (can be incredibly annoying!). She's ended up rewarded by a rather sophisticated cut which helps make those beautiful eyes stand out.
The great thing is it won't take much effort to get right, which means it's perfect for the lady without much time. We anticipate this will be a popular design, the model wears it particular well, brown eyes matching the hair and the muted red lipstick combining well with the undertones of the hair color.
Consider for a Special Occasion.
One downside of a short haircut is what do you do for formal occasions? Updo's are out because we haven't enough to put up and formal occasion equals updo required. Slick back then section the top off, comb forward then quiff up the fringe in a sort of victory roll. Add some accessories, as pictured, and you've got about as easy a formal short style as it gets.
Some women nowadays aren't especially daring, a great shame. Many more people should be showing off their personality. Choose something which matches your persona. There are plenty of ideas in our image gallery and website in general. Choose something you're confident in and everybody you encounter will notice straight away.
Easy Care Spiky Crop.
Wear a crop every day without worrying about styling or restyling throughout the day. A feisty appearance reinforced by spiked tips and narrow fringe cropped all around giving movement and texture. Enough height and fullness at the crown and highlights on the front edge give detail and definition.
After washing, tousle using a styling product and twist the tips for a spiky feel. Excellent at framing the face and bringing out the eyes.
A square bob softened by a feathery fringe takes the edge off and avoids helmet territory. Modern elements that catapult it to the next level are the short feathered front edge and varying colors of highlights and lowlights. Ear-length almost all round, shorter section on the forehead. The dark base color is livened by light browns and shades of red.
The different colors lend dimension and shine especially when light hits. Bobs do an excellent job of framing the face and bringing out the eyes especially if tucked behind the ears. Although bob haircuts and styles have become less common in recent years, they still look great worn with modern fashion and accentuated by accessories.
Playful, Fashion-Forward, and Brave.
We love this for many reasons, it would translate into any occasion. It frames the face and adds mystique to the eyes. Piercing blue eyes peering out through pale blonde bangs is a perfect complimentary color combination. Striking contrast colors would also work, warm reds and deep blue eyes for example.
Classic and Chic, Perfect for any Occasion!
Can't get into the stylist much? Face it, life's busy. If you decide to jump ship, grows it out into a beautiful lob that shines even in transitional periods. For the uninitiated, a lob is a long bob. If you love the classics and don't have an abundance of time adopt this perfect choice. An inverted bob with slight asymmetry.
A Mohawk at the Back.
Being bold in hair design is a doddle. Flair's offer new ways to sport a pixie, tiny bangs chopped in front while you spike the back. Apply some styling cream and hand comb the back to spike it. Styling an extra close crop can be tricky, its closeness can be limiting. This model shows that you can make a close crop more fun and funky with a faux Mohawk.
Using a fine tooth comb, slick the sides back using wax or gel. Slather the middle part from back to front with more styling product and gather to form the Mohawk. Though it may not be a cut that is for everyday use, a young and vibrant look such as this is a sure head-turner at any party or concert.