Saturday, June 11, 2011

Short Hairstyles To Suit Everyone

In a surprise move that did not see coming, Emma Watson last week became the latest celebrity to go for the chop, Restyling hair into plants such as fairy. Yes, now the movie over the last installment of the Harry Potter films has been completed, Miss Watson has moved away from the wild, untamable curls sported by her character Hermione Granger and reinvented himself with this Twiggy-esque look beautiful.

Announcing his new hair style up, she told fans that he had been dead for cutting her hair for years and found the whole experience is really liberating.

We all feel this way at a certain point, after having a bad hair day too many of us find ourselves booking appointments with our hairdresser in a bid to get the key to our long troublesome cut once and for all. However, when the appointment rolls around, we get in our chair muttering, "Oh, just ordinary please. Tidy is a little and get rid of split ends." The fact is that while many of us would love to be as brave as Emma Watson and tried shorter 'do, we too are afraid that it wont fit us.

Well, ladies, do not be afraid. There IS a short hair style for everyone, all about finding the right pieces for your face shape. Be warned though hair, thick curly difficult to tame a short style and would look best with shoulder length cut. Lusting after a short style is not feasible even when the slightest rains can turn you into a complete frizzball - trust us!
Round Face
If you have a round face, choose to have fun, flirty, layered style that frames your face and finish at the bottom of your jaw. Working closely with the edge sweep, this style will make your face look thinner and your cheekbones more certain. Avoid one-length blunt cuts as this view will only increase the roundness.

Square Face
Square faces should be softened with a rumpled, textured bobs to reduce the appearance of the angle of the jaw. cut should end above or below the jaw, but avoid styles that finished in the chin because they will only highlight the square in the face.

Long face
Give the impression of width by choosing a chin length bob is simple but beautiful. Having full force on the side of your face will balance your look, but be sure to avoid long-term style center separation, because they will only make your face look better again!

Heart Face
Women with heart-shaped faces tend to have great cheek bones as well, so that makes them stand out with a funny edge and chin-length bob to give fullness around the jaw where most needed. If you have a dramatic heart shape where your chin is much narrower than the rest of your face, avoid heavy style and very short top.

Oval Face
Many of you are lucky to get away with almost all styles short! A cute fairy plant will highlight your eyes and cheekbones, while another angle bob will frame your face perfectly. Avoid heavy edge and style hair that fell forward into your face as you will cover your form, which can appear to gain weight.

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