Haircut Style That Will Never Go Out of Style

One of the most important parts of our body that reflect our personality is our hair. A good haircut simply means how ones hair is styled to match the rest of the body.

Some people tend to think that just because they’re aging they have to cut their hair short. Aging gracefully doesn’t mean the fun has to end. You can still have long hair, short hair, an edgy cut or anything you want. The style someone cuts their hair into depends on the individual. Here’s the haircut that will never go out of style.

1. Layered Cut. Layered hair is a hairstyle that gives the illusion of length and volume, using long hair for the illusion of length and short hair for volume, as an easy to style and manage. Hair is arranged into layers with the top layers cut shorter than the layers beneath. A lot of modern hairstyles are layered because you can easily manage with different texture and wave patterns of your hair unlike unlayered hairstyle. There are more than 80 chic and trendy layered hairstyle for short, medium and long hair including the popular U and V cut. If you’re looking for a way to switch up your hair without losing length then layers are the best option. The layered cut also works well with highlights, ombré and balayage. Layered haircut may not be right for you if you have fine-texture straight hair with an oval face. You should talk to your stylist about the need of your particular hair and face and create a look together that will flatter you to the best potential.

2. Bob Cut. Over a century later and it’s still one of the hottest hairstyle to have. A bob cut or bob is a short-to-medium-length haircut for women (and occasionally men) in which the hair is typically cut straight around the head at about jaw-level, often with a fringe or bangs at the front. The bob is cut at the level of ears, below the ears or above shoulders. Messy bob hairstyle are super chic, convenient, trendy and easy to style. There are over 50 Bob cut hairstyle to choose from including the popular Mohawk, C cut and the Chinese and Korean bob. Wonder if there’s any girl or women out there who has never tried a Bob haircut, with a variety of lengths and finishes there’s for sure a Bob that flatters your face and suit your hair type.

3. Pixie Cut. Rocking a pixie hairstyle takes guts, but the payoff is worth it. On top of being totally chic pixie cut tend to be no-muss and no-fuss. It’s the perfect way to stand out from the crown. A pixie cut is a short hairstyle generally short on the back and sides of the head and slightly longer on the top and very short bangs. There are almost 80 shorts and long pixie cut including the popular Perfect Pixie, Classic Pixie, the Undercut and the Modern pixie. Modern pixies are often paired with long side bangs or a shorter angle side fringe. They are upgraded with a choppy, spiky layers and undercuts. This look is one of my favorite as its a classic look and suit perfectly on people with petite features. It’s also an ideal haircut for color experiments. Less hair to bleach and your tresses quickly regenerate, so try a new fashionable hair color you’ve never tried but always wanted to. Now’s the time.

4. Shag Cut. The modern Shag haircut is very rock n’ roll, casual, mussy and visually effortless. The typical features that make up a Shag hairstyle include choppy ends, layers around the crown and lots of texture. This cut is so classic for millenials due to the fact that it’s so low maintenance. There are almost 100 fresh Shag haircuts and hairstyles for men and women, long Shag haircuts are famous for their incredible all-over layers. This sultry texture look features lots of shape around the face drawing maximum attention to the eyes. Looks great straight, curly, in plaits in a loose or tight up do. It’s got incredible versatility, which always helps make a style timeless.

Thank you for reading.


Published by edgarugabar

A Stylist, MakeUp Artist, Triathlete and Blogger. I love writing short articles about Fashion Beauty and very passionate about blogging my lifestyle.

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