Bob or Pixie? A short haircut always makes women more attractive. There is a tailor-made haircut for you, and it depends on your hair quality, hair structure and the shape of your face. Please use our compass to navigate through the hair style jungle for a modern short hairstyle. In case you want to hide flaws, we cover that topic as well and let you in on a few clever camouflage tricks.
Generally, the shorter the tight curls the harder they are to manage. This is due to the fact that short curls are particularly springy and therefore quite unruly. Longer hair falls heavier and the tight curls are a little less frizzy. In tightly curled hair the lack of bounce is an advantage for a change. In most cases, graduated covering hair works reasonably well for strong tight curls but geometric haircuts often appear too rigid and compact
If you have fine straight hair you should not even think of extremely feathered haircuts and thinned out ends. Blunt haircuts, geometrical cuts like a bob or boy cuts are great for this hair type. Graduated or stepped haircuts are alright but the covering hair should not be too short. Short haircuts are ideal if you have a lot of hair but the individual hairs are thin. A few highlights in the hair provide more volume. Creating these highlights leaves the hair cuticles just a little rougher and as a result the hair does not stick quite as much to the scalp
Stepped haircuts are ideal for thin curly hair. The covering hair should not be cut too short. Otherwise, there will be tight curls on top of the head, while the ends of the hair appear almost straight. This hair structure is particularly suited for a super-short pixie haircut. With the wavy hair structure the very short hair looks less austere or porcupine-like. It is important that the hair stylist adapts the haircut to the run of the waves and curls
Thick hair is an enviable asset. However, with a blunt and very straight haircut thick hair takes on the appearance of a compact helmet. Thick hair looks better with haircuts, which make the hair look lighter. Steps throughout the hair reduce the impression of heaviness. There should however be harmonious connections between the different steps of graduated haircuts. Moderate undercuts (double cuts) also create an airier impression. In this type of haircut, the hair underneath the long covering hair is cut relatively short. Quite often, fringes look great, unless they are too long and heavy