Although the majority of women would like to have long hair, there are also some who wouldn’t mind having a short cut. These hairstyles have a lot of advantages and they are practical. Besides this, they also have an unexplainable mysterious allure to them.
Shaggy and Short
In case you are thinking about the do of Jenna Elfman, you should know that this is an edgy cut with a tapered bang and some length in the front. You can rock this hairstyle with a lot of volume, sleek and smooth, or in a messily tousled way.
The choppy crop of Lisa Rinna has become her signature look and this is not only because the hairstyle is so adorable. The best thing about it is that it works for the majority of the face shapes and most of the hair types. If you don’t have a lot of time, you can wear it with minimal styling.
The hairstyle of Lena Heady is something between a choppy bob with bangs and a layered pageboy. There are a lot of layers at the sides and heavy bangs. It doesn’t matter whether you wear the hairstyle smooth or tousled, you can be sure to achieve an effortless look.
If there is something that Ginnifer Goodwin is known for, it is her spiky pixie. This comes with longer bangs and more razored strands than the regular pixie. The hair on the sides and in the back is tapered while there is more length on the top of her hair which gives you a lot of options for styling.
The best thing about the bob is that it is a timeless do. Just think about the hairstyle of CharlizeTheron. In order to make the style even more interesting, you could add some curls. If your hair isn’t naturally curly, you should add some curls to it with the help of hot rollers or a curling iron.
This is the look of Michelle Williams. The look is absolutely fabulous even though it is very easy to maintain. All you have to do to style this haircut is to dry it with the help of a blowdrier and then arrange the tresses with your fingertips. A bit of hairspray couldn’t hurt either.
Before choosing a new short hairstyle make sure that the one you have your heart set on will actually look good on you.
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