Friday, July 28, 2017

Best short Hairstyles

Although, many women with round faces avoid short hairstyles in order to avoid emphasizing the roundness of their faces, you can have a stunning look when you have the right haircut. To guide you here are some of the best short hairstyles for women:
   













   

Cotton candy

It's short on the sides but the top left side is long. To give you an edgy look, the hairstyle comes with a beautiful color and wavy texture. To have this style you need to start by applying a styling product in order to wet your hair.

You should then blow dry the sides of the hair using a styling brush and then add texture to the hair using a styling product. You should then set the style using a hairspray.

While this style is ideal for people with round faces, its looks exquisite on women with hair that is of medium texture and density.

Untucked

You need to avoid tucking your hair behind your ear. This results to having plenty of hair that covers parts of your face thus making your face appear narrower.

You should start by applying a styling product to your wet hair and then blow dry it using a large round brush. You should then use a flat iron and smooth the mid shaft to the ends. To add shine you should apply a serum.

Extreme asymmetric bob

This style is characterized by one side that is a lot shorter than the other. The length of one side causes the eye to look up and down thus giving your face an illusion of length.

You should start by applying a styling product to your wet hair and then blow dry it using a large round brush. You should then smooth the middle to the ends of the hair then apply a serum in order to add shine.

Graduated bob

This is shorter in the back and longer in front. Due to this design, the hair pushes towards your face thus making your round face appear narrower. The style also causes hair to push upward giving it volume.

You should start by applying a styling product to your wet hair and blow-dry it using a large round brush. You should then smooth the middle to the ends of the hair. To add texture you should apply a lightweight product.

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