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The pros at the Public Salon walk you through different stylish short cuts for women, and advise you on the perfect short ...
style to suit your natural hair.
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Hello, this is Alder Hacket at Public Salon located in Brooklyn, New York. And today we are talking about short haircuts for women. When choosing to go short it’s always a big deal on for people but anybody can do it. It’s just choosing the right cut that’s going to work for your face shape and for your personality. Short cuts for women can be very liberating and can also be a nightmare if they are not the correct cut. So always keeping in mind the face shape knowing where to keep pieces of the hair long if needed, whenever and if you have strong feature in your faces such as a strong jaw line, you are not go want to do hair that going to extenuate that, you are going to want to do hair that works with you face shape for that.
But you know the best thing you keep in mind when getting the short haircut is just knowing the difference between masculine and feminine way of cutting their hair and not as know having any hard lines, really paying to keeping a feminine touch, but at the same time cutting the hair short. So, another thing that you can do as well is just play around and do different styles with the hair and see how your face would look like with having shorter hair. Pulling pieces back, you know, even pinning some pieces back. Here we go, shorthair though can work for any client, it is just finding the right hair styles to know but it’s going to be best when cutting the hair short.