Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Women's Hairstyles for 2011: Short And Sexy

by S.Eswara rao

Not all women are in long hair. There are a number of those who prefer short hairstyles, because they are practical. That do not require many hours of design and care. However, there is an effort to give a new short haircut. Treating your hair grow shoulder is not completely change your look. Unfortunately, if you have short hair grow, it will ruin your hairstyle. At least once every five weeks to cut to get the look fresh.
This year's hottest trend is short hair styling. Anyone can look good with it. Of course, this also depends on your hair and how good it is. The right hairstyle can enhance your features and make you look younger. If you have a round face, you can opt for a layered bob, creating the illusion of a longer face. On the other hand, if you have a long face, you can take a short cut chin length bob or a look on his face a little more round.
Here are some of the best women's hairstyles for 2011:
Bob - The shaking began in 1920 and is a classic style that never dated. In addition to the original bob haircut, there are two versions, you can also try to cut the Bob and Bob reversed. If desired, such as Keira Knightley, Christina Aguilera and Rihanna look is the perfect hairstyle for you.
Blunt fringes - is for women with straight hair. On the other hand, if your hair is naturally curly or wavy, you can also opt for this style. However, there is a fringe group of right every day. Erin Fetherston, Eva and Katie Holmes are among the many celebrities who are the sport a unique style.
Pixie - This daring style has been done by British model Twiggy in the 1960s, popular, and has made a comeback in late 2010. However, this style is not for everyone. That is better suited to women with excellent bone structure and feminine traits. The link is a favorite among actresses like Emma Watson, Mia Wasikowska, and Michelle Williams.
Soft curly bob - This is just a variation of the layer bob. You just need more volume to the top of the hair, and add the lower half with a curling iron curls. This style is championed by the likes of Victoria Beckham, Selena Gomez, and Zoe Saldana


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