Short hairstyles are fun, sexy, flirty, and easy to take care of. Considering face shape and personality are important when considering a short hairstyle. An oval shaped face really suits any style of hair, while a heart shaped face my look fuller at the chin with a layered bob hairstyle that has ends that flick outward at the bottom. A square face can be softened with layers and soft curls and an off centered part can help break up the symmetry. A round face does well with a feathered cut and layers coming forward to help slim down a fuller looking face. Bangs help to disguise a long forehead on a long face while a chin length cut will help to add volume and fullness to help broaden the face. The next consideration is the personality. A bold shape like a square_looking bob with short blunt fringe needs a strong personality. A side swept bang on a classic shag with flipped up ends looks great on a flirty feminine personality.
One thing you can do to end all that "hair_raising" confusion is to spend some time getting to know short hairstyles, medium hairstyle, and long hair style in pictures. Sure, you can find updo hair styles, or an emo girl hair punk style, or a homecoming hair style by looking in a hairstyle magazine, but if you really want to be hot, hot, hot __ check out what's happening in Hollywood hairstyles. Short hairstyles in Hollywood are favored by Cameron Diaz and Sharon Stone, as well as Winona Ryder and superstar Halle Berry. A medium hairstyle has always worked well for Meg Ryan, Sandra Bullock, and Drew Barrymore. But it's a long hair style __ especially a long layered hair style __ that is the signature of stars like Hilary Duff, Mena Suvari, and Sarah Jessica Parker.