Short hair simply refers to any short haircut with very little length. It can range from below the ears to right above the jaw. However, if a guy’s hair touches the jaw line, it might not technically be considered short. For a lady, though, short changes from near-short to almost below the shoulders.
There are four types of short hair: fringed, wavy, fine, and curly. All have their own individual features that define their look. Fringed is usually a lot more fine than wavy and tends to curl a lot more than straight. The result is that the woman with this hair type might appear very soft. Conversely, the guy would have a leaner face and broader shoulders.
Another way of classifying short hair cuts is by hairstyle. Depending on how you wear your hair, you can choose from many styles, as well as cuts that suit you best. Some of the most popular short haircuts include French pleats, side-parting, and flipping. With these styling options, you can turn your simple hair into a work of art, or make a statement with a rebellious, wild look.
As mentioned before, some women naturally grow longer hair than others. This can play a big role in determining how short hair will look on you. If you have long hair, and decide you would like to grow it a little more, you may want to consult a stylist who specializes in short hair styles. This way, you will be able to find out what kind of style will work for you based on how long your hair grows.
Some of the most popular short haircuts are ones with bangs, or short hair all around your face. You can get a simple, unadorned cut with bangs framing your forehead and the length of your hair. You can add highlights to your bangs if you choose, or leave them natural. If you would prefer to cut your bangs, you can let them be natural or put them up or down depending on your mood. You can even change the direction of the bangs, so they appear to dangle from your forehead instead.
For people with thin hair, often times it can be difficult to pull off hairstyles that are chic and stylish. However, if you are looking for short hair that is chic, and has a little bit of a wave to it, you may want to consider a pixie cut. Many celebrities with short hair are also known for their long wispy pixie curls, and the same can be said for those with thick hair. If you have thin hair, you may find that cutting your bangs short, or parting them on the side, will help make your hair look a little more frizz-free. If you have thick hair, you can always opt for a pixie cut, as this will frame your face and give you a nice, clean line.
If you are trying out short hairstyles for the first time, you may want to work with a local hairstylist who specializes in curly and fine locks. A stylist who specializes in curly and fine locks is best suited to cut and style short hair for those who have thin hair and cannot easily style this type of hair. This is because a stylist who specializes in curly and fine locks has the experience and the right tools to make your hair look its best. He or she will be able to use products that are appropriate for your hair type and achieve the look that you are wanting.
If you have medium or thick hair, and are looking for a new short hairstyle, you may want to try a short pixie cut that frames your face. A short pixie cut has been a favorite for many women who want a sleek, sexy look that frames their face. If you have short hair, consider going up one side or down the other. If you have fine, curly hair, you can always get away with a straight cut. Either way, you will look fresh and cuter than ever!
At Hair Clever, my mission is simple yet powerful: to empower women to embrace their unique beauty and confidence through the art of haircare and styling. I believe that every woman deserves to feel fabulous, and I’m here to support you on your journey to achieving the hair of your dreams.