5 short hairstyles to embrace this summer

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5 short hairstyles to embrace this summer

 

Going for the chop can be both empowering and frightening at the same time, especially if you have long tresses. Having short hair during those long summer days is ideal, as it is easy to care for while keeping you cool. Below we offer five very different short hairstyles for you to have fun with.

1. The pixie and side fringe

The cute pixie cut is definitely a style for those who are adventurous. Although the style is incredibly short, the look is softened with the introduction of a stylish side swept fringe. You can also spice the look up with a vibrant red or platinum blond colour. This edgy look is bound to keep you cool during those long summer days.

2. Asymmetric bob

The asymmetric bob is perfect when you want a dramatic short cut that highlights those cheekbones. This sexy look works best if you have fine hair, as it adds layers, and therefore instant volume. It's also a style that is very easy to grow out, as it looks good as a longer length for when winter comes.

3. The funky undercut

Having the undercut is a brave move, but bang on trend for when you want a cut that is a little bit different. As the name suggests, the top of your hair is cut short but kept longer on top. This way you keep the length but remain cool at the same time.

4. The fun textured cut

If the idea of a short cut fills you with fear, then why not opt for a fun, short, textured cut. Add in a textured fringe and you have a really easy to care for hairstyle. Keep it natural with loose waves, or create curls with rollers for a fun beach style.

5. The pixie undercut

This is an edgy and bold look that teams a cute pixie cut with a hidden, dramatic undercut. This haircut is quick and easy to manage and perfect for summer. It's also a great style to grow out in time for winter.

All of these haircuts are achieved with a skilled hairstylist and the use of professional cobalt hair scissors. For further information please do contact us today.

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  • Marina Kyriacou
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