Rihanna, the singer, actress, songwriter, and fashion designer has worn this and many other hairstyles over the years. Chelsea Kane has also to rocked an asymmetrical design or two.
Seeing celebrities and models lead causes the fashion world to follow. Asymmetry may sound a little extreme but like anything in this world, it depends on how you do it. Side partings are a form of asymmetry, go as far as you dare.
Fauxhawk on Lighter Colored Hair.
Career oriented women need not be stuck with ponytails, ordinary bob haircuts, and overall boring locks. Most workplaces have become less conservative and appreciate the working woman who asserts her freedom to choose. Gone are the days when the working woman's tresses only need to look blah. This is an example a modern day working woman's look, it's short and sexy yet classy and chic. Short all around, nothing unusual there, the excitement comes styling the top parts upward creating more height and volume.
Wear this every day or change up and texturize from time to time. Boys aren't the only ones who can make this work, women can be brave yet still appear feminine. Blow dry to get some volume and then apply styling gel to the center top.
Rich Mahogany with Uneven Ends.
The long layered pixie cut is one of the most stylish short looks there ever was. This is a cross between the bob and the pixie. Keep the strands long all around like a bob but the tips are thin and wispy like a pixie cut. The two elements blend together to create great volume, texture, and height.
The reddish brown color makes the skin tone and eye color pop. This would work in any color and all face shapes, it can be sleeked back or further volumized for a mod look or combed through for everyday wear. This style offers an alternative way to sport your growing locks. They're straightened out a little to still attain volume and parted on the side then apply a reddish hue to look more vibrant. Bangs were also parted on the side, framing the face.
A Classic Pixie Cut.
The classic pixie style, as the name would suggest, is the most popular of the pixie range because of its versatility and simplicity. Its popularity dates back to the swingin' sixties when Twiggy and Vidal Sassoon brought this design to the mainstream. Volume, texture, and bounce are some of the characteristics of the classic pixie. The varying cuts all around give this look the impression of fullness and texture and the darker lowlights give it dimension.
Although the model is blonde, this look would like amazing on any color. Spot different Hollywood stars with this design and they all look awesome and chic. This is one of the usual ways to maintain locks of the same length, it's usual to comb the locks on top to the front with the rest down to their respective sections. Make this unique by having a color with the opposite hue of your natural one, this will add more pizzazz to the effect.
Say Goodbye to Long Locks that Look Dull and Lifeless.
Soft, elegant, and ideal for the woman who's always on the go but still wants to look chic and polished. The soft texture and appearance of movement come from the different short lengths all around. The back is kept long while the sides and crown areas have definite shorter cuts. Additionally, the soft look is also achieved by air drying and using little to no styling products after washing and conditioning.
Take this from day to night, to work and play. Want to have a carefree look while not sacrificing style? Scrunch to attain the messy vibe while still upholding the soft flicks at the ends.
Tired of the Usual Looks that are Either Short or Long?Have the best of both worlds. Primarily the varying lengths give this a certain shaggy and messy appearance. One side is almost pixie length, the other side has long, wavy and spiky strands with different highlights. A design like this isn't for the shy girl. It takes an attitude to sport this wild tousled example that defies most boundaries. Try to lean on the experimental side with this one.
Long Sideswept Bangs that Cover one Eye.
Extra long side swept bangs are like how Keira Knightley once looked. This style shows lengthy bangs swept to the side, which made it cover one eye entirely.
The back and sides are very short, with uneven tips that end around the ears. The strands near the crown are even shorter to add height and texture. The shortness of the cut gives this design enough bounce and volume. The long side swept bangs give a different, stellar appeal. The bangs are so long compared to the rest that it almost seems the intention is to add mystery by hiding one eye.