Dramatically Short Hair Style

Dramatically Short  Hair Style
Very short hair is almost always flattering to a woman with a small frame and tiny features. And short hair is always always easy to care for. It is easy to shampoo, dries fast and after it is styled, it stays in place no matter what the weather is. Short hair is cooler to wear on those very warm days or 'hot-flash' days. For the woman who is over forty. These are all desireable qualities for a style selection. Even though it is easy to care for, very short hair doesn't have to be 'utilitarian' or manish in appearance.

This short hair style is a slightly asymmetrical hair style making it feminine, flattering, and dramatic in nature.
The right side of this model's hair style is trimmed very short and around her ear, so that it lays close to the head. The left side of her style is longer in the bangs and in front of her left ear. The bangs are angled toward the left and the style is fringed in front of her ear.
Her hair is very short in back and brushed to her left.

Our model has fine and soft hair. She prefers her hair fluffed for a little fullness on top, so it is curled with a curling iron. However, this style is equally attractive without the curl and fluff.
For extra hold in the longer areas, she uses LC Legacy Styling Foam, Root Lifter and Fast Dry Hair Spray.Once styled, it holds all day and even over night.

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