2009 Summer Hairstyles for Women

Hairstyles For Short Hair - Short Bob Hairstyle  Short Bob Hairstyle
The Short Bob hairstyle suit square and oval shaped faces. so, If you have a very round face, get a longer version. The Short Bob hairstyle is ideal for straight hair. To get that gamine, face-hugging effect, the longest length of a piece of hair should be about one inch above the chin. To keep the Short Bob haircuts look well maintained you will need to visit the salon about once a month.
Hairstyles For Short Hair - Curly Bob Hairstyle
curly Bob  Hairstyle
If you have a round face, the hair should be kept longer than chin length, and a little longer at the nape of the neck, to create a balanced look. If you have spiral curls, make sure that your hairstylist doesn’t cut it too short. Curly hair tends to retract, hence keep the length at your cheekbones. You can get a choppy effect by cutting each individual curl. This cut usually maintains its shape, so you will not need to use a bunch of styling products. You will need to trim it about once in six weeks.
Hairstyles For Short Hair - Blunt Bob Hairstyle
 Blunt Bob Hairstyle
If you have fine hair, the Blunt Bob Hairstyle will make it look thicker. However, it does not work well with curly hair, unless you’re willing to straighten your hair frequently. Get your hairstylist to create a few bangs over the brow and to give you a blunt line. If you choose to get a more severe fringe, it will sharpen the overall look. keep it in shape, get a trim every 6 weeks. You can blow dry it to style and use a flatiron to finish.
Hairstyles For Short Hair - Short Shag Hairstyle
Short Shag Hairstyle
This Short Shag Hairstyle is great with most types of hair, except very fine or very thick hair. It looks especially good on faces that are delicate with small features. The longest length of hair should be at the crown. This style tends to grow out fast, so you’ll need to get a trim about every 4-6 weeks. Styling this cut is very easy; all you need to do is use a volumizer to pump up at the roots when the hair is damp. While blow-drying it, tousle it with your fingers. Finish it off by kicking out the ends with your fingers.
Hairstyles For Short Hair - Pixie Cut Hairstyle
 Pixie Cut Hairstyle
This Pixie Cut Hairstyle creates an out-and-out messy and choppy effect. Also known as ‘Elfin’ cut, it is a short, layered cut. This style emphasizes the face, so you need to feel good about your features and skin if you want to try this style out. Basically, the hair is cut short, and at different lengths; hence, there are no even or blunt pieces of hair. This has the effect of creating close-cropped layers of hair that frame the face. Think Mia Farrow in ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ or Twiggy.You’ll need a monthly trim to keep it looking shapely. To get a girly effect, you can push the bangs to one side.