Hairstyles For The Modern Woman
Hairstyles are affected by fashion and trends but most women don’t want to take a lot of time to do their hair. Women may have limited time to their hair in the morning before going off to work, or may have a full family life that affords them limited time to get ready in the morning. Most women want to look their best for the world. A few types of hairstyles combine both fashion and ease of style.
Business style dictates a woman should look put together and in control. A sleek, fashionable style puts your best foot forward. A short bob hairstyle that ends just below the chin is quick to blow dry after a shower in the morning. After blowing the hair dry in the morning, using one of the many hair straighteners on the market will create a sleek style with a small underside flip. It is also easy to maintain throughout the day with a few flips of the comb once or twice during a trip to the ladies room a couple times a day. A longer hairstyle can be put up in an easy bun for a sleek business-like style. Use a claw clip to create a hairstyle similar to a French twist without the tedious work of putting hair into a French twist using bobby pins.
A busy mom is torn in several directions all day long. She doesn’t have time to play with her hair in the morning; she barely has time to shower. She needs a wash-and-go hairstyle. This can be accomplished by cutting her hair into a style that works with her natural hair. If she has wavy or curly hair, cutting it in layers will enhance her natural wave or curl. She can then use a gel spray and work it though. She can let her hair dry naturally as she’s getting breakfast ready for her family. A quick comb-through with a wide-tooth comb and she’s ready to face her busy day. A mom with straight hair would look good with a pixie haircut, unless she has a round face. A woman with a round face and straight hair can consider getting a permanent wave. This will give her a wash-and-go style.
A college student has better things to do than spend time doing her hair. She has parties to go to! She wants an easy hairstyle, but it’s important to look her best. She needs a pretty, practical hairstyle. If her hair is long enough, she can try a French braid. It takes a little practice, but soon enough it will be done in no time. A busy student can also put her hair up in a messy bun. Grasp hair at the back of the head and twist it around a few times, securing with a couple large bobby pins. Let a few strands hang loose and she’s good to go.
Mhairi Steele writes for a digital marketing agency. This article has been commissioned by a client of said agency. This article is not designed to promote, but should be considered professional content about keeping your hair looking good such as using hair straighteners.