Edgy Style and Purple Tinge.
The dark purple shade is amazing and goes well with her tanned skin tone. It's definitely not discreet, it's garish, flashy and noteworthy. The model stands out with that hair color since it's a shade that you don't see every day. Purple hair is in fashion, it might be worth starting a few shades up the red scale so you're not diving in too deep immediately. What's even better than the purple hair? The combination with her short crop. Nothing says punk like a dark and spiky hairstyle.
A design based on the pixie cut, it helps to frame her face and emphasizes her cheekbones, which is always a good thing. Complimenting her hairstyle is her makeup, you can't go wrong with different shades of purple. The lighter shade on her eyes is perfect and goes well with any eye color. To finish it all off, the super sparkly purple lipstick gives the look a little twist from the punky look.
Of course, we also need to appreciate the piercing under her lower lip that we should consider as the icing on the cake. The look's inspired by the punk movement but it is simple and a piercing adds some fun into it and you could always use a temporary stick-on stud.
Frame your gorgeous facial features. On top is a quasi-layered look which looks fantastic and helps add a real texture to the whole affair.
Wear this modern, stylish cut short with many layers, creating depth and interest in this easy to maintain haircut, perfect for the woman who wants as minimal styling fuss as possible while still maintaining a graceful style. The warm copper color doesn't sound good on paper but works particularly well in real life especially in combination with the vivid red lipstick and matching nail polish.
Short and blonde.
The essential features include closeness at the nape and sides, visible bang length, and textured uneven ends. This haircut works in two ways: giving a fun and carefree look when it's styled in a tousled manner or a sleek combed-though style like this to give it chic sophistication.
Whether blonde, brunette or redhead, rocking this is as simple as it looks. A perfect crown for a businesswoman or someone looking to stylize their hair so it wouldn't be too much. A great cut for many different occasions, it provides a sexy and hip appeal that very few other hairstyles can accomplish. If you want something to catch the eye this should be at the top of your list. It's unique, classy, elegant and fun.
Blonde Voluminous Bob.
First, after washing, help the hair by giving it a bit of volume by using a hot air brush or a radial hairbrush. Use a dryer to dry the excess water but leave your hair a bit damp. Next, use the hot air brush but splitting the hair into thin sections for an ease of styling. Using clips, dry the sections from one side to the other. Use the rotating function of the hot air brush and to obtain more volume, keep it for a few seconds as close as you can to the roots.
If you don't have a hot air brush, a radial hairbrush will also do the job. Pick one with vents for better distribution of heat. To protect from heat and frizz, choose a ceramic brush, instead of metal. Wrap hair around the brush and use the dryer to fix. As you pull the brush away, try rotating it to obtain the same effect as the hot air brush. To get those loose curls use a straightener, a round edged one, made to obtain curls. If not, a regular one will work. Take a section, close the hair straightener around the middle of the hair, and then curl it around.
Finishing and Protection.
Do this all around the lower edge of the hair and when you're finished, use the fingers to unwrap the curls for a more natural and loose look. Using hair dryers, hot air brushes, hair straighteners or curling irons can do damage. Consider protecting your hair from the heat. A high-temperature protection spray applied on the wet hair before styling will reduce the damage produced by high heat. Protection serums or oils are also a great help in preventing degradation due to regular styling and heating. The ones that do not require a rinse are the most efficient.
Red colored faux undercut.
Statistics show, only 1 to 2% of the human population has natural red hair. This fiery color is so fierce it is unlikely to have any naturally occurring counterparts, so if you want this color, it'll need to come out of a bottle. This look is reminiscent of Rihanna's sizzling red, except this hairstyle is less wild but still very sexy. The basic haircut is short and the color has a mix of bold reds and cinnamon browns.
Comb the side and slick back into place while teasing the top parts for volume and height before brushing to the left. Difficult to miss and will get people talking. On one side comb down with varying lengths and layers. The other side, add volume and definition by adding a parting and providing height. A rugged hairstyle that definitely comes together to look very attractive. Not exactly your typical short-back-and-sides, this feminine twist on a classic 60's men's cut is short and neat at the back and longer on top and generally puffed up with hairspray or gel. The sides creating a sharp graduation between the two. Next up a choppy short bob.
Short and Classy Platinum Blonde.
Short styles can give a dramatic change a women's appearance. This particular bob with wispy bangs is great for women of all ages and walks of life because of its wash and wear nature and versatility. Keep it light, a touch messy, and combed or brushed through for volume and texture. It's kept close cut at the back with some length kept at the sides. The playful wispy bangs give a soft frame to the face, making it all the more stylish and fresh.
Blonde, Fine and Bobbed.
This look is easy to style. Once you get the cut, achieving this look each morning should only take a few minutes. For the perfect side swept bangs, dry first, especially if you have a cowlick. Dry your bangs on the opposite side that you part them on and blow dry them downward. Using a paddle brush pull your bangs straight down. Once they are dry, push them back into the direction you want the part. Continue drying and brushing downward. Once your bangs are dry, section into three pieces. Use a flat iron beginning at the root, pulling the hair straight down, with gentle turns at the ends.
The section closest to your part, pull in the opposite direction like you did while blow drying, then to tame your part, spray the tips of your index finger and thumb with a strong hold hairspray and distribute the spray through the bangs, pulling them into the direction you want. This sounds like a lot, but it won't take much time in reality.
Don't Forget Heat Protection.
Use a straightening and thermal protection product on damp hair, section from the bottom right to the top, and use a paddle brush or large round brush to dry each section. Make sure that the blow dryer is facing down. Once dry, resection and flat iron each section, turning inwards at the ends. To finish, use a shine mist, with even distribution and don't overuse. What you need: Blow dryer, flat iron, paddle or large round brush, straightening and thermal protection product, shine mist and strong hold hairspray.