Effortless Styles for Short Hair

 Effortless Styles for Short Hair

Effortless style  is to making looking good look easy! Two years ago this style was kicked off with Kim Kardashian redefining her style. She decided to embrace nude tones in her makeup routine. Beyoncé received over 1 million likes of her selfie with no makeup. This phenomena took over makeup, fashion and now,this movement is the latest trend in hair.

Countless articles provide quick tips on how to make effortless style look good. Over 60,000 people have posted their personal ‘effortless style’. Interested in joining the cool kids club? Try some of these effortless styles for short hair.

Effortless Styles for Short Hair | Undercut

Effortless Styles for Short Hair | Undercut

Effortless Styles for Short Hair | The Undercut

Founder and Iconic Hairdresser, Anthony Mascolo coined the undercut in London and it quickly became a sensation in the US. Almost 30 years later, it’s still considered one of the trendiest in 2017 according to website portal The Right Hairstyles. If you’re looking for an effortless style for your short hair with an edgy this is the right choice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Effortless Styles for Short Hair | Tousled Pixie

Effortless Styles for Short Hair | Tousled Pixie

Effortless Styles for Short Hair | Tousled Pixie

This effortless style has donned the red carpet hundreds of times.  The tousled pixie is American actress Halle Berry most notable look.  This style is tapered on the side and messy in the top. How simple/ effortless is that? To get this look, start with a great cut from a licensed hairdresser. This is the best low maintenance effortless style for short hair. At night, tie the sides down and in the morning tousle the top with your fingers and you’re out the door. Looking for some effortless styles in under five minutes, visit Pintrest NOW!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Effortless Styles for Short Hair | Tennie Wennie Afro

More than 10 years ago, women did not embrace their natural hair texture. In recent years, women are moving from using harsh chemicals to accepting their natural texture. If you’re ready to go natural now, visit your hairstylist for a proper cut. During the TWA phase is potentially the most embarrassing. This chic look is  globally accepted. Looking for ways to add a little flair to your TWA? Visit Pinterest for hair and fashion style inspiration to rock this do.

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