Cropped boyish hairstyles
are always a tempting option for women who already have short hair. However, ask your stylist to cut your new style into a length that gives you versatility and the ability to mix up your look each day.
Obviously, the hairstyles you will be able to create all depends on the length of your hair. ‘At Jean Louis David, the hottest boyish styles are being cut short at the back, at the base of the neck, and a longer layered fringe at the front, however there a number of different styles that will suit everyone. If you’re looking for a cut that offers versatility, this is the one for you’.
Different styling techniques are a great way to change up your look. ‘Use a fixing product
to create soft waves or tight curls, depending on your personal taste. Want to go for a straight and sleek effect? Rather than going for standard straight locks, why not try sweeping your hair backwards, or even a quiff to give your style more oomph. Bobby pins are a great way of pinning back small sections of hair when doing this'.
At your Jean Louis David salon, ask for a few longer strands of hair near the front
for a summery look, however this isn’t a must. ‘Some women think that long strands of hair incorporated into their short style are a good middle ground, in case they’re not a fan of the shorter length. Ask yourself whether these strands will really work with the rest of your style, as this look isn’t for everyone’. Our advice:
Styling and fixing products are your best friends when it comes to changing your hairstyle and creating a completely different look. Whether you prefer a shiny or matte finish, you can choose from gel or wax
to keep your style firmly in place. © Jean Louis David