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Short and Feminine

Guest Author - Lynne Chapman

Short hair is easy to care for and is usually quick to style. Short styles never have to appear manly or not feminine. This style is soft and feminine while still being short and easy care. The neckline is left long enough to be fringy. The sides are not cut overly short. The hair is left long enough to tuck behind the ears. This gives a softer look than cutting the ears out completely. The length on top is trimmed at about two inches. Texturizing is used throughout the style giving it the soft fringy look all around.

After shampooing and conditioning with products that are designed for your hair type, apply a body-building mousse thoroughly from the roots to the ends. Use a blow dryer and a small round brush to give it the shape. Finish the style with a very light pomade to separate the pieces. Place a small amount of pomade in the palm of one hand. Rub your hands together to emulsify it. Run your fingers through your hair and scrunch slightly to give the ends body and to create a piecey effect.

This model has naturally dark brown hair. It is highlighted lightly with a medium warm brown creating highlights that are only one or two shades lighter. The result is this very natural, sunny look.


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