Hairstyles with or without bangs is different. If you hair is short and you’re looking for some inspiring styles, you got it here. Short hairstyles with different bangs or fringes can bring you a stunning look, want some inspiring ideas? Have a check below.
1. Short Hair with Long Side Bangs
Short hair with long bangs hairstyles which will make you rock in your friend circle and relatives, the combination of the short hair cut with the long side bangs create a super cool vibe and give you a sexy look. Moreover, it flatters almost every face shape and any type of hair texture. By keeping your side-swept bangs long in front of your face, you can frame frame in a beautiful way. It’s perfect for ladies who want to ease of a short haircut but prefer more girly look.
2. Short Hair Blunt Bangs
Blunt bangs works perfectly with straight medium density hair. Short hairstyle with bangs can fresh up your style and interest to your haircut while keeping your length. But if your face shape is a very round one. Try other bangs, because the blunt bangs will make the round face look rounder and wider. Oval faces and square faces with blunt bangs will work and it’s a good idea for girls with short hair.
It looks amazing the asymmetrical bob haircut with uneven bangs. This is a great combination for a bold look. Girls who like to experiment with different bang haircuts can opt for this kind of hairstyle. It is more impressive on straight hair. You can choose your favorite asymmetrical bangs and combine it with the fresh asymmetrical bob.
4. Short Hair with Pixie Bangs
This style looking cool . Pixie bangs on short hair, it’s great for cute round shape face, it’s easy to maintain and good for warm seasons. Add some hairspray to messy your hair that will give you more volume.
Layered choppy pixie haircut is cool itself, let alone adding with the choppy bangs. It works great with blonde straight hair.
7. Baby Bangs for Short Hair
A baby bangs for short hair can take many guises and to help you find your perfect shape. It looks cute on head.
8. Flaming Bob with Long Bangs
Have a look this bob, it’s like fire on your head. This color will give you a truly fiery look, the long bangs brings you a flirty and playful feeling. Don’t you think.
9. Blunt Cut with Full Bangs
Blunt bobs are just downright stylish. It’s super adorable, framing the face perfectly, the full bangs draw the attention to your eyes, so, remember to give your eyes a good make up.
10. Eye Grazing Fringe
Have a look at Taylor Swift’s hairstyle, without and with bangs. In this picture, Swift pulled her hair back away from her face in a sleek low bun, highlighting her thick, straight bangs, both are very fashion-forward look. But the fringe draw attentions to her light pink lips and dark-rimmed eyes also adding eye-catching statement earrings. That is the secret of the eye grazing fringe.
16th April 2017, Easter Sunday is this weekend! Are you ready to celebrate it with your familiars and friends? Easter, also called Pascha or Resurrection Sunday, is a religious holiday and festival celebrating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead,celebrated by Christians, but non-religious people often mark the day, too. Religiously, Easter celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Non-religious celebrations include things like brunches, family get-togethers, and activities like painting eggs. Regardless of your reasons for celebrating Easter, there are many things you can do to commemorate the day. Clothes, although important, are not the only main factors in completing an outfit. Easter is almost here, along with accessories comes your hair and if you’re still wondering what look for your kids and yourself? Or need a little inspiration for this weekend? Check out below easy-to-do hairstyle ideas to have fun with your Easter!
You can making Easter fun for your kids with lots of things, such as painting eggs with your kids, play a hunt game with your kids by using the painted eggs, treats and hide them throughout your home, make some rabbit-themed baked foods and more. You can also make a cute Easter hairstyles for your girls. You can always use hair accessories for them, a ponytail or curly hair usually suit the little faces of the pretty angels. Have a look at these cute Easter hairstyle looks for your little girls.
Easter Hairstyle for Your Little Girl
Eggstra Style for Girls
Eggstra Style for Girls
Start off by parting the hair down the middle, part as you like. Secure each side with an elastic to have two piggies. Choose your colors of eggs that you will be using before hand and try to have the same colors of elastics. If you don’t have coordinating elastics you can use clear ones. Fit the colorful eggs on each side based on the length of your sweet heart’s hair length. Usually fit 2 to 3 each side. Begin with one side and then just repeat the steps on the second side once the first is finished. Separate the ponytail into 5 equal sections and tie an elastic around each section – about 1/2 inch below the original elastic.
Using the netting effect, add five more elastic another 1/2 inch down. Once all 10 colored elastic are in, you can slide the egg into place. Gather all the hair together under the egg and secure it with another elastic. Then repeat the steps with the elastics, place your egg and secure it again by gathering all the hair under the egg and tying in an elastic till all the eggs are finished. Your girl will definitely love this hairstyle even wear it to school. The netted ponytail still works good after the eggs are removed.
Funny Bunny Easter Hairdo
Funny Bunny Easter Hairdo
Started with a simple ballet bun and a short list of supplies. Simply put your girls’ hair in a ponytail, then wrapped the remaining hair around the elastic, twisting as I went and securing it with bobby pins around the base.
List of Supplies You Need
Large googly eyes
White pipe cleaners
Pink + White felt
Hot glue gun
Steps to make the bunny pieces:
1. For the bunny’s nose, cut a small circle out of pink felt.
2. Slipped the pink felt circle inside a bobby pin.
3. Using a hot glue we glued the pompom to the felt.
4. For the bunny’s ears, cut out two pieces of white felt in the shape pictured above. And cut one piece of pink felt the same shape, but slightly smaller, to fit inside the white pieces.
5. Then bent a white pipe cleaner in the shape of the ears. With the ends sticking out the bottom slightly, place the pipe cleaner between the two layers of white felt and glued in place. The pipe cleaner is what will help the ears keep their shape and allows you to push the ears down into the hair bun.
6. Then glue two large eyes with the card stock and a black sharpie to two bobby pins for the bunny’s eyes. You can also use extra large googly eyes for this.
7. Cut 3 white pipe cleaners into 3 equal parts for the bunny’s whiskers.
After all the pieces for the bunny are ready to put them in the hair. With the bun already securely in place, begin with the bunny’s ears. Slipped them in the top of the bun. The ears may need to be secured in place with bobby pins.
Next, placed the bunny’s eyes into the top of bun, just in front of the ears. Then add the bunny’s nose to the center of the bun. Adding the bunny’s whiskers sticking out either side of the bun. Then you got it! Have fun with your girl!
Easter Hairstyle for Yourself
1. The Chic Side Braid:
The Chic Side Braid
This thick side braid can be worn by a bride or on the Easter weekend, it’s one to definitely try out! This tutorial is simple to follow
Hot Tip: If your hair isn’t thick enough to wear a braid like this, use the Ponytail Extensions before you braid to add volume and keep your braid from slipping out! You might as well show off some statement earrings too.
2. Twist Braid Updo
Twist Braid Updo
You’ve come a long way since those two braids that framed your face. Give your tresses an upgrade with this hairstyle, which can be achieved in minutes and looks super chic. Follow the steps:
Step 1: Make a side part on whatever side you feel most comfortable.
Step 2: Grab the side that has more hair depending on where you made the part, and begin making a twist, starting from the top and working your way back.
Step 3: Repeat the same process on the other side until the two pieces of hair meet
Step 4: Take a piece of hair from the first side you twisted, and wrap it around as if you’re trying to make a ponytail.
Step 5: Secure the ponytail with a pin
Step 6: Roll up the bottom of your hair by wrapping it around your hand, then pin it to the back of your head.
Step 7: Pin up any loose ends if necessary
What are your choice for the Easter? Let us know in the comments below. The key is spend more time with your families at the Easter holiday. Happy Easter!
African American Hair ranges from slightly wavy to extremely curly, and maybe caused by the heredity, it usually tend to be drier and curlier than Caucasian or Asian hair. African American hair is easy to be kinky, tangled, which is especially fragile and prone to injury and damage. African American hair tends to be brittle and prone to breakage if not cared for properly. Lots of African American women are concerning about their fine hair or hair loss and put the caring the hair as one of their daily work. So, there are lots of measurement to care for the African American hair nowadays, here, let’s talk about some efficiency tips on caring for African American hair.
1. Moisturize Is The Key, Wash Hair Once a Week
All hair needs moisture from water. African American hair needs to be fully replenished and exposed to water at a minimum of once a week (and often washing more often than this strips protective oils, leaving the hair open to environmental drying- this is why it’s not often recommended to just wash it daily. This will help prevent build-up of hair care products, which can be drying to the hair. African hair does not often get overly oily like Caucasian or Asian hair does when it is not washed for several days.
African hair tends to be naturally dry with minimal oil, which is why it isn’t necessary to use shampoo more than once a week. Shampooing your hair several times a day or even every day strips the oil that the hair needs from the hair shaft so that it becomes drier, frizzier and more prone to breaking. Use the hydrating shampoos but not the clarifying, because the clarifying shampoo are the worst for African American hair.
2. Use Conditioner Every Time You Wash Your Hair
African American hair tends to be dry, it’s essential to use conditioner every time you shampoo your hair to restore moisture. When you condition, be sure to coat the ends of the hair with conditioner, as the ends are the oldest and most fragile part of your hair and keep the conditioner in your hair for a few minutes before washing it out.
3. Hold The Moisture In
After you finish washing your hair, the hair needs help to keep all that moisture in. Adding a generous amount of mixture of shea butter, olive oil, coconut oil in or other fatty product applied to the strands from tip to root to lock that moisture in, which keeps the hair pliant. Protect the hair from wind and extreme temperatures with silky coverings.
3. Co-washing the Hair if Your Exercise Regularly
Co-washing is short for “conditioner-only washing”. It means skipping shampoo and relying solely on conditioner. If you love to jogging or exercise regularly which will bring you sweat, then you may need to cleanse your hair more often than once a week to remove the sweat. Instead of using shampoo, co-wash with conditioner in between your weekly cleanses. Hair conditioner will gently cleanse away sweat or other buildup while keeping the healthy oils in your hair.
5. Use a Leave In Moisturizer Daily
Using a leave in conditioner or moisturizer on days that you don’t wash or condition your hair ensures that your hair stays hydrated so that it looks good and is protected from damage. Use a light leave-in moisturizer formulated for African American hair at the beginning of the day before styling your hair.
Try to find a moisturizer that contains essential oils, which are absorbed into the hair and moisturize. Avoid products containing lanolin or other greasy ingredients that sit on the surface of the hair and weigh it down.
Spritz your hair with water, then apply the moisturizer, or find a moisturizer than can be used on dry hair. Use the moisturizer on all of your hair, but pay special attention to the tips of your hair, which are the oldest and driest.
6. Use a Hot Oil Treatment Your Hair Bimonthly
In addition to your regular maintenance of your hair, doing a monthly or bimonthly deep conditioning treatment will adds additional moisture and elasticity to your hair, making it more moisturized and less brittle.
7. Protect the Hair
African American is fragile. So, the hair has to be protected from tangling, knotting (single strand knots) breakage and snapping. Use the comb with the widest-possible tooth, and make sure it doesn’t have sharp edges that will saw at non-straightened strands. This means be leery of elastics and rubber bands, combs and brushes, ribbons, pillow cases, towels, shirts and jacket collars (people rarely think about those last, but they matter).
We should also save non-protective styles for special occasions. Style the hair to tuck the ends, avoid free strands and brushing or scraping on collars and pillows and drying materials, and in such a way that it doesn’t have to be styled every day.
8. Detangle And Comb The African Hair Only When Fully Moisturized
Sometimes fingers are the best tools, use fingers to manipulate the African hair after an initial detangling. Or use the widest-toothed comb possible, and detangle from end toward the root, never yank abruptly. Make sure that hair is fully dampened when being styled.
Detangle and separate the hair section by section, and rub each one individually, braid or separate it again after rinsing it, then go to the next part. The less the hair has a chance to rub against each other, the less chance strands will tangle and thus get snapped when trying to separate them.
9. Heat Gently And Infrequently
It’s recommended to wear the hair as close to the natural texture as possible to prevent having to stretch it and giving more opportunities for snapping. But if you need to blow dry, flat iron, or straighten the hair, use the lowest temperature possible for the job. Only use heat on clean hair that has a protective product applied. Use a heat protecting product before styling.
10. Keep a Well Nourished Wholesome Diet and Good Mood Everyday
Make sure your body is well nourished with wholesome diet of your choice, with plenty of water, get sufficient rest, and seek the lowest level of stress in your life.
Open your mind to the many possibilities of African American hair. Have a good mood everyday. Everything will work a little differently for everyone. You hope for good, good will follow you. Enjoy the beauty of the African American hair spectrum.