HAIR STYLE & CUTTING

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    Post by K@!n on Wed Mar 11, 2009 2:52 pm

    HAIR STYLE !


    THE PIXIE

    Who it works for: Your face is front and center with this cut, so you've got to feel good about your skin and your features if You're going to try it

    Tell your hairstylist: You'll need short, different length bangs. Avoiding blunt, even pieces. Part of the fun of this style is the choppy, unabashedly messy look of your hair

    Maintenance: Keep it looking fresh with a monthly trim. Style it by slicking bangs down a la Twiggy, or pushing them to the side for a sweet, girly effect



    THE NATURAL AFRO

    Who it works for: A chic, low maintenance style for very curly Or African American hair. Tailor it to look funky or minimal. Either way, styling it is easy

    Tell your hairstylist: Your hair should be an inch long at most, but if you want a style with more height, leave it just under three inches

    Maintenance: Keep the shape by picking your hair out and tying a silk scarf over it, patting the hair until it's even. Get it reshaped every two to four weeks


    THE LONG AND SHORT

    Who it works for: Oval shaped faces look terrific with this style. It adds amazing body and life to fine, straight hair. For waves, it has a rocker vibe

    Tell your hairstylist: Keep layers long in back and choppy all around. This cut is all about movement. Add heavy, uneven bangs. They can be tucked behind ears or left in front of face.

    Maintenance: To keep it fresh, get it cut every two months


    SHORT BOB

    Who it works for: Looks fabulous on oval or square faces. If your face is very round, go for a longer version. Hair has to be poker straight

    Tell your hairstylist: The longest piece of hair should fall an inch above the chin, so you get that face hugging effect

    Maintenance: If you want to keep this really polished

    BLUNT BOB

    Who it works for: Nothing makes fine hair look thicker than a power bob. Unless you straighten it every day, this hairstyle doesn't work for curly hair

    Tell your hairstylist: Ask for a blunt line, a shaggy one emphasizes thin hair. Get bangs above the brow. A more severe fringe gives this hairstyle its sharpness

    Maintenance: Trim every six weeks to keep the shape. Blow it straight to style and finish with a flatiron

    SHORT SHAG

    Who it works for: this cut suits most hair types except super thick and super fine hair. It looks amazing on delicate faces with small features.

    Tell your hairstylist: The longest hair should be at the crown. Ashley Judd style, rather than at the back of the head Mullet style

    Maintenance: Get a trim every four to six weeks, short hair grows fast. Styling this hair cut is easy. Pump up damp roots with a volumizer take the sides and blow-dry them while tousling. Finish by kicking the ends out with your fingers

    CURLY BOB

    Who it works for: A round face should have hair longer than the chin and a bit longer on the neck to balance this style. Obviously, you'll need curls but if yours are in spiral be careful not to cut it too short

    Tell your hairstylist: To keep the length at your cheekbones as curls retract at least an inch. Cutting individual curls will create some choppiness and avoid bulkiness.

    Maintenance: This cut already has shape, so you don't need tons of products. Trim every six weeks.

    ROMANTIC BOB

    Who it works for: This works best on wavy medium to fine hair. Thick hair will end up too poufy.

    Tell your hairstylist: This cut should fall to about the middle of your neck. Long layers will give it that dreamy, whimsical feel.

    Maintenance: Keep it springy and pretty by blow-drying it with a diffuser and by visiting your stylist about every six to eight weeks for a trim.


    ANGLED BOB

    Who it works for: This cut thins out round faces. If you have narrower features, you may want to rethink this. It will only make your face appear longer. Though it works on most hair types, it's the easies to style if your hair is fine and straight.

    Tell your hairstylist: To Use a razor on the ends. It texturizes the hair leaving the back soft and not so harsh.

    Maintenance: If your hair is a bit on the thick side, weigh it down with a shine or straightening product. Get it trimmed every six to eight weeks.


    PANELING

    Who it works for: This cut works beautifully on fine hair. It's a short, edgier twist on layers that give you more volume. Hair that's too thick ends up looking like a mullet.

    Tell your hairstylist: Instead of cutting on top of the hair, pull up the top layer and cut shorter, more angular pieces underneath.

    Maintenance: Don't wash your hair everyday unless it's really oily. This style looks very "Bad Girl" when it's a little dirty.


    PANELING

    Who it works for: This cut works beautifully on fine hair. It's a short, edgier twist on layers that give you more volume. Hair that's too thick ends up looking like a mullet.

    Tell your hairstylist: Instead of cutting on top of the hair, pull up the top layer and cut shorter, more angular pieces underneath.

    Maintenance: Don't wash your hair everyday unless it's really oily. This style looks very "Bad Girl" when it's a little dirty.


    MEDIUM SHAG

    Who it works for: Most people, except those with very curly or frizzy hair. Because the layers are adjusted to suit your face shape, it's easy to pull off.

    Tell your hairstylist: Ask for choppy, uneven, tapered ends. There should be layers in the front and back.

    Maintenance: Thanks to the uneven, broken-up layers, this hair still looks good when it's grown out, but to keep the look, have it cut every six to eight weeks.


    WAVY SHAG

    Who it works for: Those who want a sexy, messy-on-purpose style. Very fine hair might look too sparse with this look.

    Tell your hairstylist: Keep the layers long. Because the hair is wavy, too many choppy pieces will be prone to frizz. If hair is naturally wavy the razor should be used sparingly as it could cause frizz. If hair is straight and fine then the razor is key for adding some texture.

    Maintenance: Add some waves to straight hair or amp up natural curl with a curling iron.

    HAIR CUTS FOR ALL-OUT-SEXY LONG HAIR


    LONG SHAG

    Who it works for: People who want rock star texture and style, but without the fuss. A little product and air-drying is all you need to style. This cut adds texture to fine hair and lightens thick hair.

    Tell your hairstylist: The shortest layers should hit the bottom of your ears. Use scissors not a razor to leave ends feathery.

    Maintenance: Cut every 3 or 4 months though you may go about 7 months without ill effects.


    LONG WITH BANGS

    Who it works for: This cut emphasizes eyes and cheeks. Long faces need bangs to cover the eyebrows; round faces look best with choppier bangs.

    Tell your hairstylist: Start with long bangs they are the most flexible. Curve the fringe so the pieces on the sides are longer it's more flattering than dead straight across.

    Maintenance: Get a trim every 10 weeks or so.


    LONG CURLS

    Who it works for: Long curls are incredibly sexy as long as you have patience to style them. Hair must be naturally curly and at least a few inches past the shoulders.

    Tell your hairstylist: Always cut hair dry with the shortest layers at the lip. Thin the hair a bit throughout to create separation and make it looser and easier to style.

    Maintenance: Style when it's damp, after that no touching! Since ends are not that noticeable you don't have to trim so often.

    LONG STRAIGHT

    Who it works for: With the exception of baby-fine hair, which will look limp, this popular look works on most types of hair. But since long straight hair has nowhere to hide it should be in tip-top shape.

    Tell your hairstylist: Be firm! Hairstylists always want to give a hair a "cut" but don't be intimidated. Slight layering on the ends will help the cut grow out.

    Maintenance: A minimal trim every 4-6 weeks is great for getting rid of split ends.

    LONG LAYERS

    Who it works for: Those who love the look of long, Gisele-like hair, but want volume and versatility.

    Tell your hairstylist: Layers should start at about an inch below chin length. If it's too short and you'll end up with "The Rachel." Layer the back as well so you get movement and a nice curve throughout the hair.

    Maintenance: To avoid straggly ends, get a trim every 3 months and don't over-wash your hair. Long layers actually look better a few days after washing.
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    Post by ~Angela~ on Sat Mar 14, 2009 6:29 am

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    Post by AAMIR on Mon Mar 16, 2009 10:48 am

    WOW WELL I LIKE WAVY SHAG HAIR . LONG LAYERS, N GOOD LOOKING

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