A haircut that is medium in length very versatile. No matter how the hair is cut, it is both long and short enough for you to style it many different ways. Different haircuts that you can mix and match to suit your facial features, style and personality. You’ll find out what cuts work best for thin hair, thick hair and curly hair. And how to pick the Short hairstyles for round faces by face shape and hair texture
Consider Your Face Shape
First you must consider your face shape and secondly, you need to choose a cut that works with your hair’s texture. Just as there are flattering styles for all face shapes.
Each one of us can classify our hair into one or more hair texture types: Dry, coarse, curly, wavy, straight, fine, stringy, limp, and oily. If you have thin, stringy hair that tends to fall flat, your hair will look fuller the shorter it is. Coarse, curly girls need to weigh hair down with length: The shorter you go, the higher the frizz and fluff factor. Same thing with bangs. If you have curly, coarse hair, bangs are an invitation to frizziness. Straight hair can fall flat, but cutting in layers adds body. And no matter your hair type choose a cut that works with your hair texture.
The Most-Flattering cuts on Everyone
Shoulder-length hairstyles are universally the most flattering on nearly everyone. Long hair can make a long face appear longer. Short hair can make a round face appear rounder. Short hair is especially dangerous on super hair. With super long hairs shoulder-length hair looks good on all women no matter their size, face shape or age.
What about That Forehead?
Small forehead Consider bangs that start further back on the head and that are as long as possible. Big forehead? Side-sweeping bangs are the most flattering look for big forehead.
So here are some tips to abide by:
• Face shape. If you have a round face, a long bob is the best option for you.
• Texture. When it comes to hair texture, bobs work best on thin to medium hair.
• Curls. If you have curly hair, a bob will turn into a triangle on you, unless you get layers cut in and the ends texturized.
• Fine hair. If you have fine hair, asks your stylist for a “graduated bob,” which are stacked layers cut shorter in the back, longer in the front.
• Styling tools. You may need a great flat iron. Before using a flat iron, sprits on a styling spray that is formulated to act as a protector against heat.
You’ll be ready to rock those long tresses this season with these quick and easy updos for long hair. These styles will have you looking perfect for an outdoor wedding, music festivals or a simple picnic at the park. If the idea of styling all that long hair gets you tangled up, take it slow! Begin with an easy ponytail, braid or low bun. Then divide that up into smaller sections or make multiple braids. Take one section or braid at a time to twist, curl and pin up to your heart’s content. Now, you’re ready to enjoy the best of both worlds. Happy styling!