Whether you’re a busy mom, always on the go, or simply searching for the new short hairstyles for women in 2020, you might just be at the right place.
Short hairstyles are easy to manage, comfortable, flexible, and of course, completely stylish.
Many women love the idea of getting a new hairstyle do but are afraid of making a change. Sometimes, change is good though, so don’t be afraid to try something different.
Now, before picking out a hairstyle, remember to consider these three factors:
1- Your Face Shape
If you have high cheek bones, definitely get a short hairstyle. The short do will most likely accentuate this and can enhance your beauty. Pixie styles and boy cuts work wonderfully. Celebrities like Halle Berry rock the short hairstyle look.
Round faces for Short Hairstyles
It’s recommended to pick a short hairstyle that can minimize the roundness of the face, not increase it. This can be done with a style with waves or deep bangs. Super short or slicked back looks are a huge no-no, especially bobs if not done correctly. The trick here is to texturize in the right places. If you’re going for a round look though, go for it then. The faces of Kelly Clarkson and Ginnifer Goodwin serves as great examples.
Your goal is to draw attention to your eyes and cheekbones. Avoid thick, heavy bangs, especially short ones. Longer wispy layers, soft side-swept bangs or asymmetrical and blunt cuts are more appropriate, not to mention fun and flirty. See celebrities like Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston for more inspiration.
This face shape is similar to the oval; if you have high cheekbones, show it off. Avoid styles that add height and thick bangs. Waves, layers, side parts, and bob cuts work magic.
Bobs can work magic for this shape, especially curls, choppy ends, layers and bangs. The trick is to bring less attention to your strong jaw-line and soften your features. Other than that, most short haircuts work.
Fringes, choppy cuts, and textured looks are what you’re aiming you’re your goal is to find hairstyle that adds width. While it’s difficult sometimes to get away with long hairstyles, this is why short haircuts work for long faces. It’s a chance to emphasize that slender face with short curls and waves. Blunt cuts, bobs and rounded do’s work well.
2- Your Facial Features
For example, if you love your aqua blue eyes, choose a short do that emphasizes that. Notice how you want to draw attention to your best features, not you’re worst. It’s about bringing the best out of you. Details in number one should help with this.
3- Your Hair Type and Texture
Those with curly hair better watch out because short hairstyles might not be the best idea. You should tread with caution since curly hairstyles tends to frizzle or become poufy. Tons of layers and thinning of the hair helps a lot. The key is to work with the curls, not against them. Maybe try opting for a medium or long do instead. A short do is possible, just hard to accomplish.
This hair type has similar issues that curly hair types have. This shouldn’t be a big problem though because this natural wave can benefit you.
It’s said that thick hair texture accommodates almost any short hair do. Oh how true that is. Faux hawks, shags, pixies, you name it. All you need is the right cut.
Short hairstyles, hands down, do go well with this hair texture. Thin hair is perfect for creating volume by adding wispy bangs or choppy layers. The shag and pixie suits the texture nicely.
Blunt and asymmetrical cuts were made for this hair texture. Pretty much any short hairstyle can work for this hair texture, but just be sure it suits your face shape also.
After you thoroughly think about the pros and cons of getting short hairstyles for women 2020, it’s time to finally choose one. Check out our latest pictures gallery for ideas!