As a short-haired goddess who refuses to wear fake hair, I am also secretly jealous of long locks since fashion always seems to pay tribute to it making it seem that long hair is trendy. Well, short hair can be trendy too! All you need is to embrace these simple tricks from the runway that can make even the cutest pixie cut in vogue.
Go Slick and Shiny
The idea of this look is to give the appearance of polish and refinement. It is basically a classic blow out with the addition of finishing polish (lighter than oil and won’t weigh the hair down). The fact is a blow dryer will do for short locks but use a smaller brush since we are not going for body. For girls with medium length hair, use a flat iron on dry hair (don’t blow dry and flat iron since it will dry your locks and you will need to add more product). Brush your hair with a wide paddle brush and toss the comb! Add the slick and shine product (every brand makes one from Fruitis to John Frieda). Brush again to distribute.
Extreme Side Part
This one is simple. Part the hair 2 inches above the side part and you are done. Now only if fall hair trends were easy. Next week, fall hair trends for everyone.