Articles about redhead Hair
Mid-length hairstyles offer a wide range of versatility and styles. You can add layers, bangs, streaks, keep it all one length; the possibilities are endless. Medium length hair is usually cut just above or below the shoulders. There are endless amounts of styles to choose from to suit all face shapes, hair textures, ethnicity’s and ages. A very common technique is to cut several layers into the hair to add body and texture and different types of hair bangs to help frame the face.
When getting a medium length hairstyle that has been cut into a certain style, frequent visits to the hair stylist are a must to maintain that look. The great thing about medium length hair is that you can try a variety of different styles in a shorter period of time.
You can use bangs (fringe) to help frame your face, accentuate your eyes and draw attention to your best features. There are many different types of bangs out there to suit all face shapes and hairstyles. Bangs are a great way to update your hairstyle with minimal risk. If you have long hair and are thinking of going short but too scared to take the plunge why not try a heavy blunt fringe first that way you can change your look drastically while still keeping the hair length.
This is the most minimal less dramatic style of bangs. You cut a small portion of hair to lightly drape over your forehead. It is easy to grow out if you do not like it. This hairstyle suits most face shapes.
Very Short Bangs:
This type of bang suits those with fine hair and should probably be avoided by those with thick unruly hair as it will be hard to tame. It is great for disguising large foreheads.
Blunt and Heavy:
This is the best style to bring out your eyes as it really draws attention to them. If you have a long face wear it round and soft and if you have a rounder face shape go for a sharper blunter cut.
Side Swept Fringe:
This fringe falls over one side of your face over one eye creating a mysterious effect. Looks great on oval, heart shaped, or square faces and it is great at minimising prominent features. Recommended to those with thick to medium textured hair.
Layered Feathered Bang
Have a look a this extensive hairstyle picture gallery for examples of different types of bangs (fringes)
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Bright and vibrant hair color makes a statement!
Whether you are going for the latest teen emo hairstyle, rock chick hair do, glam goth or are just simply a drama diva who wants to get noticed NOW, then check out these stare at me hair styles that will simply rock anyone’s world.
Ask your hair stylist for color that is added in blocks under your bangs, between layers and at the sides. Shades of copper, mahogany and plum work best on blondes and redheads while purple, blue and reds look good on brunettes.