Long Bangs Enhanced by a Tousled Texture.
The bangs-covering-one-eye look has limited opportunities for use but adding a simple clip makes it more versatile. Perfect for going out but if you wear them to work then toning down is in order.
Many people cannot face working with curls, they find it difficult to create a look that's perfect. Curls can be horrendous to maintain. This particular lady has the right idea! People granted straight locks will need curling tongs. The second one in our collection contrasts in almost every way.
The Classic Blonde Pixie Cut
A fun fairy-rocker vibe. Simplicity incarnate, shorter than ear-length, super fun and easy to work on. Spike it or wear it straight and simple. The bangs cover enough forehead to hint at mystery but no need to cover faces. Keeps things manageable no matter the weather. Wind, rain, snow, and even hurricanes can't give you bed head anymore!
After a couple months, you won't believe you spent the last several years slaving away on lengthy tangles. Pair with a variety of clothing choices. Short hair doesn't mean guy clothes! Loose clothes look good, say sweatpants and a t-shirt, or mom jeans. Class up very hard, match with a little black dress and a cool, interesting necklace. It even suits a sun dress! No need for a complete wardrobe change because you've changed hairstyle, rhe prime assignment is finding a nice balance of makeup.
Classic Brunette Ringlets.
Ringlets have been long associated with femininity. Curls are often found on women who have longer locks. The ultimate in iconic styles, the Marilyn (Monroe), it's blonde, curly, quite short and very sexy. The Marilyn classic compliments dark brown locks, the curls look so proud and defined and the colors highlight shine. So alive, brimming with volume and soft texture.
In conservative, fashionable clothing it's a style for the smart lady about town. The color lends itself to lighter shades but could be worn by a red head or a brunette. The waves are full, a gentle, swept front section falling onto the forehead. Following is a fine-haired blonde.
Fine Highlighted Pixie.
Fine locks are a perennial bane for those afflicted by them. Fine strands can look dry and frizzy and because of brittleness are prone to breakage. Women have struggled to keep fine locks neat and stylish. Luckily, a pixie cut is ideal for fine tresses. Pixies keep split-ends and frizz at bay by making the tips uneven and wispy. The crown has sufficient texture to make the tresses appear livelier and more eye-catching.
Thin tresses are no longer a problem. Essential for girls who wear it lopped and unfussy and nails it. Requires a rapid toweling post shower and then flick of comb or brush to be ready to go, for the active girl.
Easy to Maintain is a Plus.
Most women have no stylist at her beck and call and limited time to get ready for work or life in general. If you're always rushing from one place to another, a wash and go look makes life a lot easier. Cropped pixie styles have precisely the right amount of fierce attitude and distinctive flair while still being easy to work on. The nape area and sides are tapered and thin, the front section requires little styling and these locks can be finger-combed and air-dried.
Would look good on women of any age or hair color. The cut is short but layered thus emphasizing the abundance of lush growth. A lopped uneven fringe cut high on the forehead, another low maintenance style which still looks gorgeous on girls juggling busy lifestyles. This one, last one, and the next one are all quick and simple.
Dark and Swept to One Side.
Sideswept bangs are useful in so many ways, they conceal a rather wide forehead, soften a blunt cut and draw attention to the eyes. A cropped cut enhanced by a long swept fringe, it's easy to see how the whole style's constructed. The length at the sides and back compliments the height and texture at the crown and fringe.
Works well for oval and long face shapes and looks gorgeous in any color. Moreover, you can glam it up or dress it down, applying a few touch-ups. The top's significantly longer and includes a full sweep across the forehead emphasizing a girls height. Leaving everyone in no doubt they're dealing with an independent-minded lady who knows what she wants and intends to get it. Could be worn by an elegantly dressed lady of any age. Next up is a nod back to the 1950's
Flared and Highlighted.
Flaring is an effective way of adding a special detail, especially as the weather turns pleasant and you can retire hats and scarves until next season, dare to flare. As pictured, flaring works on any short style. Takes five minutes to achieve. Step out of the shower, or dampen your hair. Only the tips need to be damp, from here, you have several options.
We all have unique hair, and one option will work better for you than others. Set your dryer to cool and dry into shape using a round brush. It's not as damaging as using heat. Like freezing into position, sort of. Feels great in the summer heat. You don't need any products, so it's a money saver! No cool setting or not for you? There's always plan B. Curling tongs or flat irons will do this in a similar manner, flick the ends out.