Fresh Ideas for Your Old Long Hair Cut
Sometimes a long hair cut may become boring. But you still do not want to chop it off. So, we have come up with some ideas to help you out in such a case. We hope that our suggestions will inspire you, at least for a while.
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The trick with long hair haircuts is that you can always go longer. You may wonder how. Just go to your local beauty store and pick some clip-in extensions. Yes, as simple as that!
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Haircuts for long hair make you look gorgeous. But apart from that, they can add a little self-confidence to your look. For that, get a sleek side part and tuck one side behind your ear. Done!
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Are you tired of perfect long layers? Just add a long, side fringe to your look and a brand new you is ready. What is more, you can easily grow it out and get back to your previous self.
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If you want to look messy, effortless and perfect at the same time, then you should go for curls. Not the perfect ringlets but messy, finger-combed curls with dramatic red hair shade.
Stylish Look with Blunt Long Hair CutSource: chloeboucher via Instagram, rootedhairstudiolq via Instagram, hairbykacie1 via Instagram
Dirty hair days are the nightmare for the long-haired beauties. There is a way out, an edgy bun will save the day. A French braid going from the base into the bun will create your savior hairdo.
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It happens that there may be not enough time for curling your hair or creating a complex hairdo. So, you can easily deal with this situation with the help of hair decorative elements.
FAQ: Long Hair Cut
How to cut v-shape haircut by yourself?
- Brush your wet hair.
- Part your hair in the middle.
- Flip your hair over to the front and comb through. And even out the ends. The more you cut off, the sharper your v-shape will be. Your length will stay the same. You can cut into the ends a little on the shorter layers surrounding the face for a softer finish.
Which hair cut is best for long hair?
Long hair really offers you numerous possibilities for a haircut. From keeping it blunt and straight to adding textures. As for layers, there are various options like a v-shaped haircut; tapered ends; getting short front layers while keeping the long ones at the back; a razor cut with sharp layered edges at the front; or messy, effortless layers. Moreover, adding bangs may help you transform your look, there are plenty of choices like: blunt, wispy, curtain bangs.