One of the best way to change your look is by opting for a haircut. A good haircut can instantly update your look. If you have thick hair, then there are many haircuts that you can opt for. However, your face shape, structure as well as the texture of your hair are some factors that you should keep in mind before you choose a particular cut. There are many women who think that they cannot pull off a short hairstyle. But the right short hairstyle can look chic and trendy. Men with thick hair should opt for shorter haircuts with subtle layers.
Haircuts for Women
Halle Berry rocks the pixie cut. If you have an oval-shaped face with strong features, then the pixie cut is ideal for you. Women with round face or thin hair should avoid this haircut. The pixie haircut is both feminine and elegant. To get this haircut, ask your stylist to cut your hair shorter at the sides and back with hair at the top kept a bit longer.
After shampooing and conditioning your hair, apply a coin-sized amount of texturizer. Blow dry hair with the help of a blow dryer and your fingers. Finally, apply a bit of shine serum to your hair to keep it looking chic and sleek. This hairstyle should look effortless and tousled, so avoid using a paddle brush to blow dry hair.
This style is a little high maintenance. To style this haircut, you need to mist your hair with a volumizing spray. Blow dry hair with a wide paddle brush until it is straight. Next, use a large-barreled curling iron to create loose curls. Finish with a mist of lightweight hairspray.
If you are looking for a haircut that is fashion-forward and sophisticated, then you cannot go wrong with a gamine haircut. This haircut is ideal for people who have delicate and fine bone structure. Ask your stylist to cut your hair short with soft graduated layers. Hair should be tapered at the sides and back. It is best that you opt for bangs so that the look is more feminine.
Very less styling is required for this haircut. Just apply a coin-sized amount of texturizing cream to the crown area and smoothen your hair.
First shampoo and condition your hair with an anti-frizz shampoo and a shine enhancing conditioner. Apply texturizing cream to damp hair and blow dry hair with a round brush.
To style this haircut, first you need to use a shine enhancing serum to get rid of any frizz. Use a volumizing spray at the crown area to add body. This hairstyle is quite high maintenance and you will require regular trimming every three to four weeks.
A good haircut for thick hair is the shaggy cut. However, women with very coarse and curly hair should avoid this haircut as it tends to give a very poofy and voluminous look. To get this haircut, ask your stylist to cut your hair in choppy layers with hair at the back cut till the nape. Hair at the front should be cut in rounded layers so that the longest layers hits the cheeks. Avoid this haircut if you have a square or oblong face shape.
The best way to style this haircut is to apply a bit of hair mousse to the hair and then blow dry hair with the help of a round brush and a blow dryer.
Haircuts for Men
To style this haircut, all you need to do is apply a bit of texturizing cream to the hair at the crown area and then pull the ends of the hair forward.
A classic haircut for men who have thick hair is the Caesar cut. This haircut is suitable for both young and mature men. In the Caesar cut, hair is cut very close on the back at the nape and the sides. A bit of length is maintained at the top. This is a very versatile cut as hair can be styled into spikes and it can also be combed forward.
This is a very low maintenance haircut. To style your hair, just rub some hair gel or wax through your strands and use your fingers to create a textured look.
The best way to style this haircut is to apply some molding cream and then combing the hair forward. If hair is wavy, then the bangs can be flat ironed to give it a neater look.
Short haircuts are not for everyone. You need to take a lot of factors into account before you decide to chop off your locks. It is best that you first speak to your stylist before you opt for a dramatically shorter haircut. Your hairstyle defines your attitude, personality, and is one of the easiest ways to enhance your beauty.