Having a perfectly straight hair is considered a pure blessing in the fashion industry, and in every day life for that matter. It’s simply the best sort of canvases for the endless amounts of possibilities the hairstylist are itching to try on. So, if you have a straight hair, this would be the perfect article for you. Go over a couple of suggestions I’m about to write about, and I’m sure you’ll find something that’ll just blow your mind.
All of my suggestions are taken either from movie stars and other celebrities, or directly from the runways of various fashion shows. That’s how you know I got you covered when it comes to trendy hairstyles, and the best thing is, you didn’t even have to spend any time doing the research. Well, except for the time it will take you to read this article, which won’t be a lot I presume.
So, if I did, after all manage to get you interested, feel free to continue on reading, and discover what I have to offer you this time. P.S. I hate you a little for having a perfectly straight hair btw J
Now let’s waste no more time and get straight to what we’re all here for. Here are my suggestions for your straight hair.
Ok, so firstly we’ll have to see what does this “round layers” thing technically mean. It is one of the hairstyling technical terms, and it’s simply there to represent layers that start relatively short in the front part, and then get longer and longer as we go to the back of your head.
This style will cause the hair’s natural reflex to push further away from your face, unless your stylist decides to make it do something else, which you shouldn’t let him. I’m just saying that there are ways to circumvent you hair’s natural behavior in case you might want to opt for that.
This hairstyle is a perfect choice for wider face shaper as it tends to make them look a bit longer. Medium texture and density hair is the perfect playing ground for pulling this look off. And it’s really easy to do it with this kind of hair also.
The square layer haircut that I’m talking about will always include a fringe and a bit of face framing. If you haven’t seen it by now in my articles let me say it once and for all, I’m a huge fan of face framing techniques and haircuts.
We have yet another technical term here, that being the square layers. It is nothing else than talking about layers that are the same length everywhere you look. So, quite a different thing when compared with round layers. I’m using every moment I can to make this as much an educational article as I possibly can. The square layers will keep you hair perfectly put, which is yet another one of its natural reflexes.
This haircut is a perfect choice is your face is a bit rounder or even square and wide. The sheer length of the hair will help out making your round face look longer, and will draw attention from the chiseled jaw in the case of square face variants. Wider faces will also look thinner and longer. Medium density and texture hair will be the perfect working station when trying to pull off this look.
Well, there are my top 2 suggestions for all you lucky straight hair-ers out there. Layers are ultra popular right now, so you can expect a bunch of my tutorial articles to come in the near future. See ya!