Friday, January 15, 2010

Get a Facelift With a New Hairstyle

Over the centuries, hairstyles have changed. Even though we think of some hairstyles as old-fashioned or dated and today's hairstyles as modern and trendsetting, today's new hairstyles began with hairstyles from previous decades. New hairstyles can be new for the individual or they can be new, trendsetting styles in the fashion world. In either case, a new hairstyle is like getting a facelift. There is just something about it that gives an individual a fresh beginning.

Hairstyles help you express your personality to the outside world. If you are looking for a new trendy hairstyle, it always helps to look at how celebrities are styling their hair. At the moment, many fashionable women are styling their hair in a short bob just below their ears. You can add some wispy bangs to the bob, and you can feel really up-to-date. For the very brave woman who dares to go real short, the pixie is very much in style with hardly any bang at all. If you truly want to be part of a trendsetting group, choose the emo which usually has a long bang swept to one side. The emo is a new modern hairstyle that allows you to put your own personality into the styling.

If your hair is medium to long, there is a good chance your style falls into a more classic style. Curly or wavy hair swept to the side is a more traditional look. The medium to long length enhances the natural waves or curls. It is a style that can be found in the fashion magazines decades earlier, but with wispy bangs it can have a modern look. The rockabilly is another recycled hairstyle from the 1930s, but has become popular again. It is characterized with a large curly bun in the front or back.