25 SHORT HAIRSTYLES TRENDS - KEEP UP THAT LOOK SUCCESSFULLY
The two key words for short hairstyles this season are “low maintenance” and “natural,” whether you’re male or female. This explains the triumph of the pixie cut for women, for example, or the “almost shaved, but not quite” Brad Pitt look.
But beware: Maintenance is kept low in one respect – your hair time in front of the mirror. Short hairstyles require high upkeep when it comes to visits to a salon. Women will be tempted to keep a pixie cut in shape by pulling out the pinking shears once in a while, and men may think they can shave their own hair. But they’ll only achieve the best hairstyle by updating it frequently at a hairstyling salon – somewhere around every four to six weeks. One reason why you need a skillful hair dresser is that texture is important in short hairstyles. Today this is achieved by piecing up your hair in chunks, a slightly choppy look that adds movement to your crop. The truth of the matter is that although the end result looks random, the process to achieve the look is not random in the least.
Do you have the right face shape for short hairstyles? Stand in front of a mirror with all of your hair pulled back into a ponytail. With a crayon, outline your face and hairline on the mirror. Step back and scrutinize. If your work of art is oval or heart-shaped, then you have the ideal face shape for a short hairstyle. And a dirty mirror.
Do you feel like adding a hint of drama to your short hairstyles? Dye your hair anywhere from a bold red to a muted auburn. Warm copper tones and carrot tresses are back, returning your glow this season.
To wrap it up, keep these tips in mind for your short hairstyles:
- Look as natural as possible;
- Keep your short haircut in good shape by frequenting the salon;
- Make sure your haircut complements your facial type;
- Color your hair in warm tones.