2011 hairstyles short to suit everyone; it’s all about finding the right cut for your face shape. Be warned though that thick, curly hair is difficult to tame into a short hairstyle and will look its best with a shoulder length cut.There are
Here are some different types of 2011 hairstyles short
If you have a round face, opt for a fun, flirty, layered style that frames your face and finished below your jaw line. Teamed with a sweeping fringe, this style will make your face come into view thinner and your cheekbones more defined. Avoid one-length blunt cuts as this look will only enhance the roundness.
Square faces should be softened with tousled, textured bobs to reduce the manifestation of a raw-boned jaw line. The cut should end above or below the jaw, but avoid styles that finish at the chin as they will only emphasize the face’s squareness.
Give the impression of width by opting for a simple yet beautiful chin-length bob. Having a full style at the sides of your face will equilibrium out your look, but be sure to avoid long-length center parting styles, as they will only make your face seem even longer!
Women with heart shaped faces tend to have amazing cheekbones too, so make them stand out with a playful fringe and a chin-length bob to give you fullness around the jaw line where it is most needed. If you have a theatrical heart shape where your chin is much narrower than the rest of your face, avoid top heavy and very short styles.
You lucky lot can get away with almost any short style! A cute pixie crop will stress your eyes and cheekbones, while a longer angular bob will frame your face completely. Avoid heavy fringes and hairstyles that fall forward onto your face as you will cover up your shape, which can appear to add weight.