By Emmaline Favier. Women Hairstyles. Published at Wednesday, January 08th, 2020 - 01:46:34 AM.
If you hair is fine, it’s better to try a short-to-medium version of a bob haircut or cheeky pixie hairstyles with some teasing at the roots for the added volume. Thick hair looks awesome in layered medium/long styles, and you can try anything from an extra short pixie to long bobs, whether you prefer curls, waves or straight tresses.
Retro is not necessarily meant for parties and formal events. If you can carry it off, it can be a good choice for a professional look too. Here, the inward curly hair is texturized and tucked in for a sizzling appearance. A topknot not only gives a neat and tidy look, but it also appears quite elegant. Both of these are equally important for a professional appearance. You can twist it up in order to add a touch of freshness to it.
Who hasn’t dreamed of having a mane of long hair? It’s no wonder these hairstyles are trending at the moment. From braids to curls, mermaid waves and a bombshell blowout, there’s no limit to the looks you can create when your hair is long. Even better, there’s a hairstyle that will flatter every face shape. Long hair is known for its power to soften out sharp features, balance proportions and make you look younger, healthier and more feminine. So, if you’re growing your locks out or just looking for a change, check out these inspiring hairstyles for long hair.
This is one of the easiest professional long hairstyles to try out. Be it a professional or casual look, nothing can be more gorgeous than this super long high ponytail. Keep the hair absolutely straight in order to maintain a neat and stylish flair and wrap the base of the pony with a thin section of hair.
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