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Women’s Hairstyles For 2012: Short Hair Trend

BlogBeauty Tips, Fashion Trends, News | March 26, 2012

Do you find yourself holding on to a long or medium length hairstyle that you have had for several years because you are afraid of change? Numerous women are breaking free from their fear of changing their hairstyle this year and are opting for bigger changes for the spring of 2012. Changing your hairstyle may make you nervous or give you that haircut horror feeling, but once you do it and see how great you look, it can give you the added boost of confidence you have desired for so long. Many women believe this is the perfect time to update their look with a short haircut.

Short haircuts are the up-and-coming trend for 2012. Tons of stylists are talking about this exciting new trend. Even celebrity stylists are talking about it.

Short tousled haircuts with a lot of texture, layers and volume are the most popular looks women are showing off these days.

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Classic short haircuts such as the pixie and the bob have been updated into new variants so there are even more short haircuts to choose from when you are ready for a change.

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• The short angled bob is one of these very trendy haircuts many women are picking among other haircuts that also flaunt sharp angles.

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Short hair is cute, fun and sassy, but it can also be sophisticated. You may think of long hairstyles and up dos when you think about hairstyles for special events such as weddings, proms, and even red carpet looks, but short hairstyles can look just as spectacular as long ones. Short hairstyles adorn with beautiful rhinestone headbands are very popular on the red carpet right now. This simple yet elegant look is perfect for any special event.

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This year, 2012, is the year to be bold with hair colors as well as haircuts. It is time to bring out your creative side. Many women are following the trend of wearing short haircuts in glossy dark hair colors such as mocha brown, burgundy, and black. These dark hair colors paired with a short hairstyle yields bold, stunning, head turning results.

Professional stylists are creating many new short haircuts this year because short hair is highly in demand. They are being frequently noticed on the runways, which is helping them gain popularity as well. Short hairstyles are great for busy women because they are extremely low maintenance even though they never look like it. Because there are many new short hairstyles to choose from now, there is a perfect short hairstyle for every woman looking for a change in her appearance.

Short haircuts are also very versatile. Many of them can be worn wavy and curly when you want a little variety as well. If you are tired of caring for the long hairstyle you have had longer than you would like to admit, a new short haircut will be perfect for you. Be daring, and find your gorgeous new short haircut for 2012 today.

Written by Empire Beauty School

Empire Beauty School is a leading cosmetology and beauty educator with 89 beauty schools and cosmetology schools in the United States. Empire Beauty School offers a variety of beauty programs and cosmetology courses including cosmetology, esthetics, make-up artistry, and cosmetology educator training.

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