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A Complete Guide To Women’s Hairstyles

Thinking of getting a new look for the new year? Here are some hairstyles you need to experiment with.

When you go to a salon and have a stylist decide on a new style for your hair, you spend at least 30 minutes worrying about how it will turn out. Of course, you have faith in the experts, but the haircuts they recommend might be different from what you had in mind. It’s also possible that your new hairstyle will turn out differently than you pictured it would. This is when knowledge of hair styling options would come in helpful. This article will discuss several of the most well-liked cuts and designs for women. Learn them all by reading on!

Pixie

Pixie cuts are short in length yet have lengthy bangs. This is because the back and crown of the head are more straightforward in comparison to the rest. As a result, the hair on top is a little longer, and the bangs are blunt. Because of their tiny, cute stature, pixies have been given the moniker. A pixie cut became popular after Audrey Hepburn had one in the 1950s romantic comedy Roman Holiday. The British fashion model Mia Farrow also helped bring the look to the masses.

Bob

he bob is a versatile cut that works well with short and long styles. Hair cut into a conventional bob fashion leaves the back of the face and neck exposed. Many variations on this style are possible, such as having the hair fall to the cheeks or chin with or without bangs or having the hair frame the face and be shorter in the back.

French Bob

A shorter variation of the traditional bob, the French bob, is worn at the chin. The brow-grazing bangs are the perfect finishing touch. This French bob haircut is suitable for both curly and straight hair.

Lob

The term “long bob” might be seen as the origin of the phrase “lob.” It’s a comfortable length that hits at or just below the shoulder. One’s hair can be worn in various smooth, straight, and slightly wavy styles.

Shag

The hair in this style is layered, and each layer has a different length. The layers give fullness to the top, and the transition to the fringe is smooth. This is due to the “shaggy” look created by the hair’s varying lengths.

Undercut

In contrast to its short sides and rear, the top of an undercut is often longer. This haircut looks fantastic on Miley Cyrus.

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Indrani Karmakar from Siliguri is a writer and artist. After graduating in Political science, she broadened her horizons and dived into the world of creativity. She loves adding humour and innovation to everything in and around her. When she is not working, you will find her collecting oddly shaped pebbles, doodling, crafting, and if you are really lucky- you can even catch her humming!
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