Want to shape up your hair for Christmas?
Looking to shake up your look this holiday season? Try these ideas for short to medium to long length hair that will make your style fresh and have you feeling rejuvenated.
Short hairstyles will always be en vogue. They take minimal time to style whether you are going out, or busy about town.
Try the short Bob. The combination of ear length and short bangs gives a french touch to this haircut by Edna Lugo .
The bob has been trendy for years and will always look chic, whether you want it to be cut severe and sharp with graphic lines or cut with a more feathered edge to wear tousled or wavy. It's a timeless cut for all ages, children included.
The pixie cut is also very effective, low maintenance and very chic. It can be so iconic on the right face. It can be worn with a very short or long eyebrow bang as seen here on Jennifer Lawrence, Sharon Stone and Judy Dench.
Remember these two? Works as effectively on Brad as it did on Gwyneth, and is still fashionable today. The cut is timeless. Similar to the Jennifer Lawerence look but with less radical length removed from the back. I love the longer length bangs that can be tucked behind the ears as Gwyneth Paltrow wears here. Michelle Williams wears it well too all dishevilled .
attends the Tiffany & Co. Blue Book Ball at Rockefeller Center on April 18, 2013 in New York City.
Here's an alluring example for medium length hair with waves. Add bangs and your new look is done. Be sure the bangs are cut long enough since waves tend to shrink when dry.
Why not add some color? Keep it natural; chocolate browns or brondes, which are warm blondes, are popular. If you add highlights, don't do them on short, layered hair since the highlights tend to look spotty.
Long hair can also be refreshened by adding bangs or some side graduation, which is a wonderful way to add energy and spontaneity to the length.
When thinking about a new cut or even color, it helps to take along a photo to explain to your hairdresser just the look you love. A photo speaks a thousands words.