Short Summer Hairstyles 2014
Short summer hairstyles 2014, a look, casual yet sophisticated effect with some easy to manage designs that look great and are simple to maintain. No doubt, the most preferred short hair during the summer, and 2014 is no different. Stylist around the world are predicting that short and trendy hairstyles will be in fashion this year. Look at what will be hot!
Convenience and Simplicity: The comfort provided by the short hair is one of the biggest reasons that short hairstyles have been popular among women, especially those who work. But convenience is not the only selling factor for shorter designs during the spring and summer.
Apart from ease of maintenance, shorter styles can create the look of glamor and chic unmatched by longer tresses. Shortened design tends to look bolder and can be made to look trendy or sleek depending on the occasion. Also, they tend to make one look younger than one’s age and is very popular among women in show business.
Pixie Cut: The “Pixie” is one of the hot short hair styles and trendy this season. It helps accentuate your features as well show off your trendy earrings. You can easily get a messed up look or you could straighten your hair to give a sleek look for the evening.
Wavy Cut, Layered: This is for women who want to sport the mess. Hair is cut in uneven broken layers and the edges are then trimmed with a razor. It helps soften the blunt edges made by cutting scissors.
It provides a soft and deconstructed messed up look that has become a hot favorite among the younger generation. You can color the tips with bold colors to create a more glamorous.
The Bob: Bob cut was invented over 8-years ago, but continues to remain popular among women who want to wear their hair short. Long hair and appearance has evolved over the years and the cut remains refreshing and trendy even after many years. The best aspect of the bob is that it will suit any face shape, whether it is round or oval and help accentuate your features. Edge of the hair can be highlighted for added effect.