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Short Medium Length Hair Styles

Posted by Short Hair Styles on July 2, 2009

When it comes to hair length, medium hairstyles are the most dominant as it is a safe area for all types of hair. Longer lengths can be troublesome to take care of and shorter lengths may not fit different facial shapes or looks as well but medium hairstyles seem to be just right for a lot of women. Because it is in between longer and shorter hair lengths, the number of hairstyles increases greatly as many shorter looks or longer hairstyles may work with medium length hair.

Simple Short Hair StylesMedium length hairstyles are easy to take care of and style than longer hairstyles yet more versatile than shorter hairstyles. The medium hairstyles have many wonderful qualities and countless interchangeable looks. There are several ways to achieve a beautiful medium hairstyle whether sedu, waved or curly, with volume and movement. The sedu medium hairstyles need hair texture. Cutting the tips uneven will be more creative. Asimple hair styling is all it takes to dry with a hair dryer in the direction of the face to accentuate the layers.

The layered hairstyle is a favorite among women with medium haircuts, and is in fact one of the most popular hairstyles of both the professional woman and the housewife. The layered look is easy to style and easy to maintain. For the office, the medium layered hair can be combed down or flipped in to create a look that is professional but soft. Another trendy medium hairstyle is the razor edged cut hairstyle. This medium hairstyle is similar to that of the layered hairstyle, particularly the flipped out look of the medium layered hairstyle, but has the advantage of being versatile enough that the entire length of the hair remains one length.

The shag haircut has long been popular with women of all ages (but particularly those in their 20s and 30s). If you think of Jennifer Aniston in “Friends” and the hairstyle that made her so popular, you are picturing the shag. The shag requires a little more time and know-how than the bob, but this style flatters most facial shapes (save, perhaps, a long face) and can be quite flattering. The hairstyles of celebrities become quite famous and become a fashion rage. One of the best known hairstyle is that of Jennifer Aniston in Friends. Jennifer Aniston who played the role of Rachel in TV show Friends used to carry medium hairstyle which became a trend and the hair style was started to be called as Rachel hairstyle.

Many women choose short hairstyles to add height…something that is especially becoming when middle-age creeps in and things begin to “sag” all over. A medium curled out bob where the bangs are parted and sleek while the ends are crimped and tousled is also another in look that you can sport if you are fond of this length hair Medium length hair is quite versatile because you can still wear it up or braid it if the fancy takes you.

Cropped short or cute and curly are about the only styles that don’t need much maintenance. When it comes down to it, other than the drying time, medium length hair can take almost as much looking after as long hair.If you are looking for hairstyles for medium length hair, there are more options than you think. There are lots of looks available to you, so keep looking until you find the perfect one!

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Great Short Hair Styles

Posted by Short Hair Styles on June 29, 2009

MORE THAN ANY other factors, the texture, bend and amount of your hair must govern your choice of a hairdo. I emphasize this point because in my experience the failure to understand it is a leading cause of women’s dissatisfaction with their hair, and their hairdressers. Great hair styles depend on a proper analysis of your hair.

Short Hair Styles For WomenThe woman who is trying to work against nature must spend endless hours fussing with her hair and gets no better results than the one who has chosen an easily cared-for hairdo. A successful hairdo is one where the hair will spring easily back into place. Any other kind means you have to force the hair to do something that is not natural to it. If you choose one of the latter, a great deal more hair care will be required, and satisfactory results are questionable.

First you must examine your hair with a cold and impersonal eye. Study it as it actually is, not as you would like it to be or as it used to be. How fine or coarse is your hair? How thick or thin? Finally, and one of the most important questions, how much bend (natural wave or curl) does it have?

To answer these questions, first wash your hair. While it is wet, begin manipulating it with your fingers. Examine the top, back and sides by sections. By doing so you will be able to determine the amount of bend in your hair. This bend will help you decide on the style. When you locate a natural bend, if there is any, you can utilize it for a style that will be practicable for you.

It is possible that some sections will have more bend, some less, some none. The bend which can be utilized best is that found at the temples, the sideburns, and the top of the hair. You will realize, of course, that the amount of bend will vary with the length of the strand of hair. If your hair is long and shows no bend, this is what to do: isolate several sections of your hair, each section containing between one dozen or two dozen hairs.

Cut these sections shorter and shorter till you get them down to one inch in length. At each cutting manipulate them with your fingers and comb, to test them for bend. When you find the length at which one or all the sections respond, you should use that length as a measuring stick for the rest of the hair.

As I have said, it often happens that one section will have bend, the other none, so common sense will tell you to use the bend for movement or variation of line, and leave the rest as straight as possible.

When you discover one section with bend you must search carefully along its outer edges, to see how far it goes.

While on this subject, I must make it clear that finding bend in the hair applies to curly as well as straight hair, because even curly hair has some straighter sections which can be utilized for their straightness. Great hair styles will take account of these variations.

Once you have decided on the amount of bend your hair possesses, then you must think in terms of hairdos and whether you want to utilize all of the bend or just some of it.

TEXTURE
Your next step is to begin thinking about the texture (fine, medium or coarse).

Fine hair has a tendency to frizz when curled too tightly. It looks its best when allowed to fall softly and naturally, with a minimum of curling.

Coarse hair will hold a curl or wave if you don’t curl it too tightly or wave it too much.

Medium hair is the most pliable and can assume many shapes.

AMOUNT
Thin hair must be made to look thicker. One of the best ways is to wash it frequently and keep it free from oil. When hair is freshly washed it looks twice as thick.

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