The Best Styles for Your Length Hair

Short Hair

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The Pixie Cut

Classic, chic, easy to maintain, and universally flattering, it is easy to see why the pixie cut is the most popular short haircut again in 2020. Look for the many pixie variations such as textured pixie, pixie with blunt bangs, and the long pixie until you find one that perfectly matches your style.

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The Short Hair Bob

Incredibly versatile and feminine, the short bob can be easily styled for day or night while making hair look lush and healthy. For those with fine, straight hair, the short bob is a fabulous choice to boost volume and distract from any spots that may be a bit thinner than others.

Shoulder Length Hair

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Blunt Cut with a Side Part

This near universally flattering style is the perfect cut to make your hair appear thick and healthy with minimal effort. The even ends of the blunt cut make your hair look fuller while a slight side part can slim square and round faces.

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Flicked-in Ends

Add a glamorous twist to wearing your hair down by adding flicked-in ends. Achieve the look by using a flat iron to curl your ends inward. The slight shaping adds a touch of added class to your tresses and slims the jawline.

Medium Length Hair

The Long Bob, or “Lob”

The long bob has the same powers to make hair look thicker and fuller as the short bob but has the added benefit of being long enough to tie into a ponytail. If you can’t stand hair in your face when you work, but like a fashionable easy to maintain cut, the lob might be your perfect style. This cut is usually fashioned to be longer in the front, creating a flattering frame for every face shape. The universal attractiveness of this cut makes it a popular style for all ages!

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The Low Bun

The low bun is a style that is not only dressed up enough for work but also relaxed enough for brunch with your girlfriends. The low bun is perfect for medium length hair, allowing you to gather all your hair into the bun. Higher buns can sometimes create runaway strands at the nape of the neck, but keeping it low solves the issue. Achieve this look by gathering your hair into a low ponytail and securing with a hair elastic. Twist the ponytail, and wrap it around the elastic, tucking the ends, then fix the bun in place with bobby pins.

Long Hair

Top Knot

The top knot is the perfect go-to when you are running short on time but still want to look put together for work. This quick and easy yet stylish ‘do is ideal for those with long hair because they can achieve the look without short straggling strands in the back. Brush your hair into a high ponytail, smoothing out any bumps and gathering any stray strands, then secure with an elastic. Twist the ponytail, then wrap around the elastic to form a bun, finish by bobby pinning in place.

Half-up, Half-down

This versatile look can be as formal or messy as you want it to be, and it will still look amazing! For the weekend, consider a messy half-down bun, created by pulling the hair from around your ears into a high bun, while leaving the rest of your hair down, then pulling out accentuating strands. During the week, you may want a slick and simple half ponytail where everything is neat and smooth instead of creative and messy. For added flair, find a barrette that speaks to your personality and use it to secure your half-up.

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