New short hair cuts are bold, beautiful and offer great versatility. You can see how the beautiful icons of Hollywood embrace these short hair cuts. But before you rush to place your beautiful bangs under the hairstylists tender and yet merciless scissors consider a few steps.
Consider your facial shape and texture of your hair. Does a short hairstyle complement your face, does your hair have enough volume an texture to support a short hairstyle? Also don’t fall into the trap that short hair cuts mean towel dry and run. Even a short hair cut requires tender loving care. The new virtual hair styling software allows you to upload your image and actually check out different styles. Another easy to do way is to pull your hair back and envision what you would look like with shorter hair. Generally oval facial shapes carry this style very well but not so for long face, wide or round faces.
Layers in varying lengths add a hint of volume. You can also have textured pixie bangs or leave them a bit longer and style them at any angle. Bangs, a.k.a. fringes add that just-the-right-touch of fresh and gorgeous and they work with a jaw length short hair cut as well as a super short hairstyle. Fringes accentuate your facial features so take note of those beautiful lines of your face.
So what is a jaw length short haircut? It is simply, longer on the sides with layers and bangs. This short haircut is perfect for fine hair since it makes your hair look fuller with more volume. Remember those facial lines we mentioned. If you have a diamond shape face, the tip of this jaw line short haircut accentuate the jaw line and make your diamond more pronounced. This is one place that you don’t want to accentuate the diamond.