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The Right Hair Syle For Work!

The newest version of the short hair cut is longer layers and fringe in the front with the back cut in shorter, softer layers. You can adopt a nice short trendy hair cut with hair cut short above years on the sides. Another hot favorite is the one where the hairs are drastically cut short from the neck area. You can cut your hair drastically short to show your ears. Take some time to consider which short hair cut will best suit you. The most important thing to consider with a short hair cut is the upkeep. That's the thing with short hair, it's either too short or needs a cut.

Find out how to make a short hair cut work best for you. A great cut is the secret to exquisitely coiffed short hair.

Short Hair cuts almost always makes a lady look younger than her age, while long flowing hair tends to make a lady look more matured. That's why older women usually wear short hair or wear it up. Women with thick straight hair is a shorter version of a shag, to keep the overall look from being too boxy or square. I know of at least two women whom I admire and think are beautiful who sport very short, dark hair. However, where my sister lives (Indiana), short-haired women are few and far between. Working women prefer either short hair, knotted hair or a nice and comfortable Joura. I tend to find short hair more attractive overall, but especially on women with "pixie" or triangle-shaped faces. I am not saying I never dated long haired women but short hair is what I like. I think its because I associate short hair with like middle aged women. Women with short hair always look as if they have somewhere else to go. They have totally broken Chinese traditional concepts of hair-styling - in which long hair is suitable for women and short hair for men. There have been several periods in history when women wore short hair.

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