Can all hair types afford a short haircut? Yes, you still have to choose it well...
On the catwalks, on the heads of stars, in the pages of magazines, or in the street: short hair is in tune with the times. But, curly, curly, straight, thick, thin hair ... do short haircuts really enhance all types of hair?
When you have naturally straight hair, you can afford anything, from short to very short: bob with or without bangs, plunging or straight bob, boyish cut or bowl cut. They are easy to style and put back in place. And if you have straight, thick hair, this is the jackpot! In addition to having the advantage of styling quickly and easily, they add volume to the short hairstyle.
If curly and frizzy hair can also be worn short, it is better to opt for a square: this type of hair gives volume to this hairstyle while highlighting the waves. Above all, we avoid boyish cuts: curly or frizzy hair is difficult to discipline, nothing worse to take a few years! Also: if there are bangs, it is better to proceed with a Japanese straightening on the latter.
Ultimately, only ultra-straight hair is not really compatible with a short cut. In general, the result is soft and flat because it is not easy to create movement, structure, or volume on this type of hair. We take the risk of a hairstyle that is too childish or too strict, depending on the features of his face. The solution: crimp, crumple or gently wave to add depth and style. And, most importantly, add a good dose of hairspray so that the waves last all day on straight hair.