Best styles for a straight hair

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 tBest styles for a straight hairhing 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.

Round layers

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.

Square layers

Best styles for a straight hair2The 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!

Best flat hair styles to give you a clean look

Best flat hair styles

Best flat hair styles

They say that naturally straight hair is on the effortlessly gorgeous side. It will be beautiful even if you don’t take some extra special time to take care of it or style it to your best abilities. It can be perfectly sculpted into a wide variety of different styles, as its natural smoothness gives you what I like to call a head start.

It is also way shinier than all other hair types since the light can reflect off of its flat surface without any obstacles. It is also blessed with natural health since all of the precious oils from you scalp can freely flow down all the way to the shaft. Face it. You have a beautiful hair, and something other women pay a great deal of money to achieve artificially. So, here are my suggestions to give your great hair a bit of a makeover.

Time to celebrate that smooth mane of yours.

So, now that I’ve made you feel great about your hair, we can start listing out some of my propositions to give your overall appearance a more elegant and cleaner look.

My suggestions

Rather than making a different sub-title for every hair style I’ve decided to put them all under the same roof. So, after a lot of waiting, here they come.

Long and silky

It’s the perfect way for you to show off your straight, silky hair.

You’ll start by teasing your top hair with a teasing brush or a comb. Firm hold hairspray is your next step, followed by securing it with a simple ponytail. Use bobby pins to pin the sides.

This style is perfect for face shapes that are wider. You will get an optical illusion making your face look longer due to the vertical lines made by your long hair and the extra height you’ll get from the tease. You’ll get this look without much trouble if your hair is medium in density and texture.

Face framing

It’s the best way to add a bit of drama to your straight hair.

You’ll start by applying your hair product of choice, followed by blow-drying using an XL round brush. Only thing that’s left at this point is to smooth it out using a hair straightener, but be sure to bevel your ends inwards.

Best part about this haircut is that it will absolutely any face shape out there. Medium-coarse texture and medium-thick density will be the best playground for these kinds of styles.

Piecey ends

When you add some texture to the ends of a perfectly straight hair, you’re simply invoking more contemporary and stylish look to it.

This haircut will demand applying some hair product to the hair that’s still wet. Blow-dry your hair and follow that up with a styling brush smoothing. Smooth you hair afterwards via your hair straightener, but make sure you apply some heat protectant before you undergo this step. Shine serum would be an icing on the cake.

This style too is a fertile ground for any face type. It will suit you best if your hair is medium in density and texture.

Long layers

Best flat hair styles  2

Best flat hair styles 2

Addition of long layers (and I mean reaaally long) will make your straight hair able to move without loosing too much of the volume.

Styling is pretty simple and straight forward, and doesn’t differ much from what we’ve seen so far, except it’s simpler. You’ll start with some styling product application, followed by blow-drying using a large round brush.

Same old story repeats itself. This haircut will fit any face shape too. Fine-medium density paired with any texture will reward you with a beautiful look straight out of the magazines.

One length

This is the best way to achieve maximum density of your hair. The reasoning is simple; all of your hair will be the same size.

Styling product is applied to the wet hair, followed by blow-drying and using an XL round brush. It will also require some smoothing out via your hair straightener.

Long style will certainly make a wide face look longer. It is best paired with medium density and texture hair.

Well, I believe I’ve given you enough ideas to spark your imagination. Experiment, have fun and enjoy your beautiful hair.

Choosing the Perfect Hairstyle for Your Face

Unlike what most people think, having a perfect hairstyle for your face is a lot harder. It goes beyond just a few snips. It is very important that before one heads up to the saloon, they need to determine their face shape so that they can have a clear mind on what it is that they really want. This can be done even when at home. What you need to do is to break a ruler and get the measurements of your brow, cheekbones and your jawline. For example, women with oval faces tend to have more or less equal widths of their jaw, cheekbones and the width of their brow. If and when this is ignored, it might end up messing your look courtesy of a poor hair do. Consider the following when selecting the most ideal hairstyle for your face:

Play around with your hair

This is perhaps the easiest way an individual can use to determine which hairstyle works best for them. Even when doing this, you need to keep your face shape and your hair texture into consideration. Just play around with your hair to see what kind of style works best for you. Make your mirror your friend and use it for the different poses. Fold it to see what it’d look like when short, straighten it with a Chi hair straightener – these are the flat irons that I usually recommend – , or curl it to see which one is perfect for you. Remember, the main reason for doing this is to find that perfect hairstyle that will make you look and feel confident.

For more idea, try looking at photos of some of the celebrities who have the same face shape as you. You can find them online by looking at the different face shapes. Do this to get ideas of what will work best for you. Once you have identified one that works for you, print it and take it to your stylist.

Pick a style that highlights your facial features

Anytime you go out for a hair do, make sure that it focusses on the things you like most about yourself. As mentioned above, the hair do should make you feel attractive and confident enough regardless of what others think. For example, people who consider their necks as their ideal feature may want to go for a short hair cut or go for a high up-do that highlights their neck region. On the other hand, if you are looking to draw attention to your eyes, then consider brow-skimming bangs that’ll make your eyes pop.

Your hair texture

Hair comes in a number of textures including: bouncy, frizzy, limp, silky and coarse hair. When it comes to styling your hair, consider all these texture types. For instance people with thick and curly hair may consider going for a short and choppy fast cut.

Face shape

With your face shape, there is one general rule; you want your hair do to be in opposition to the shape of your face. For example, if you have a square shaped face, opt to balance this sharp angles with soft layers or waves.