BEAUTY BAR: Short Hair Don't Care

As Coco Chanel once said, “A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life.” Short haircuts are so common in today’s world of fashion and are the “go-to” hairstyles when ladies want to reinvent their look in a chic and stylish way. Having a short cut can boost your confidence level by making you feel sexier and sassier. It’s also low maintenance as far as styling and product usage. Plus, if you’re older, rocking a short cut will knock a few years off your age and who doesn’t want to look and feel younger? As attractive as short cuts may be, not every style is for every person. A great deal plays into the success of a cut, like face shapes and hair types.

This blonde beauty had no worries or fears when she made her hair appointment! She has her hair in a low pixie, dyed to blonde perfection and she styled it by simply parting it to the right. Her look is simple and clean, yet so edgy that it makes a fashion statement no one can deny.

This Fashionista complemented her short cut with a natural beat face using Black Opal foundation. She used an Anastasia Beverly Hills eyebrow kit for her eyebrows and Rimmel London mascara for her eyelashes. To finish, she wore a pinkish-nude lip tint from NARS.
If her short cut wasn’t enough, this Fashionista’s ensemble sealed the deal. She wore a navy and white pin striped blazer from H&M with a white and navy trimmed shirt from Forever 21. Her cheetah wedges are from Zara and she sets it off with a candy red gel mani and pedi.

What’s on the BEAUTY BAR: This edgy and sophisticated look should be achieved in a stylist’s chair. You don’t want to experiment alone when cutting your hair this low with such a high lift. Be sure to deep condition your hair to avoid balding and damage. You should also purchase a silk scarf to preserve your hairstyle, so you don’t have to get it styled as often.