Latest Hair Style Trends

November 5th, 2009 by Jitendra Leave a reply »

2009 is already in and without a doubt you must be looking for an innovation for your hair. Right hairdo that suits your face should be the target of the new venture. However, the medium length hairstyle is out and either very long or very short styles are in with excessive curls.

Long straight and thick hair, not only reflect your personality but makes you more attractive and glamorous. With long hair, you can try many variations which are in fashion like layers. Anyone who has long, straight hair can easily get layered cut. Straight layers look fabulous on any family occasion, party, club or any friends get together.

The hairstyle in 2009 also brings in curls. Curls look very attractive and make you stand out in the crowd. One can try any curly style depending on the face shape and texture of the hair.

Choppy hairdo also scored high marking in the 2009. It falls under short hairdo category. Be careful while going for choppy look as this can be really adventures as well as wild. Communicate to you hair dresser very accurately about what exactly you want and whether it goes well with your personality and face shape otherwise it can veer off your looks.

Bob hairstyle is the most popular and modern hairstyle which suits people of any age group. It has come in vogue again with modern look. If you want your face to be seen more, it is the most appropriate hairdo. It is not only trendy but also easy to maintain. If you have sharp features and well defined cheek bone then bob cut is the best for you. One can go for inverted bob haircut with curls or symmetrical layers or can try angled bob cut which is very much in trend. The best part of this hairstyle is that it can be easily molded as per your mood and fancy with very low maintenance.

Whatever haircut you choose, it should suit your personality and face shape. Most important thing is to maintain the hairstyle. Use good conditioners and shampoos to keep your hair in good condition.


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