Thursday, July 09, 2015

12 Short Haircuts Tips from Madison Reed

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Whether you already have short hair or you're looking to go shorter for summer, there are many cuts that flatter many different faces. From ultra-short to shoulder-length, you have a bevy of beautiful options, including these stunning styles:

Stacked Bob With Messy Finish
This feminine, chic haircut beautifully frames a round face and works best with straight, wavy, and curly hair. When styled right, it can look like a fashion-forward cut with barely any maintenance. 

The Undone Baby Bob
This style is perfect for someone who wants their oval face to appear shorter. It works for every hair type, as long as the hair is cut at the same length. The best part about this style? It gives ultra-fine hair the appearance of thickness.

The Perfect Pixie
The chic and trendy pixie cut can look lovely on any face shape, but works best on oval faces. This cut keeps you fresh and youthful-looking by showing off your bone structure and cheekbones!

The Pixie Undercut
If you want to keep up with trends but don’t have the time to spend hours styling it, this edgy haircut is for you. This looks best on heart-shaped faces. With this particular hairstyle, it’s all about the cut. Be sure to show your hair stylist a few pictures you pulled from the web to make sure your intentions are clear. Luckily, this cut works for every hair type: straight, wavy, curly, and coily.

Short and Side Swept
A feminine, and easy to maintain haircut for a square-shaped face is to keep it from getting in the way with a side swept hair cut. This professional yet stylish hair cut works best for straight, wavy, and curly hair. 

Check out more short haircut looks on Madison Reed's Blog. How to achieve these short styles? Use Madison Reed's Style and Tame set to get high performance styling with light hold and frizz-free control!

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