How To Style Choppy Hairstyles
If there is one thing a girl wants, it is to have volume of her hair. Sometimes when a girl’s natural hair is thin, limp and lifeless, a good haircut would be the solution. There are certain hairstyles that make a girl’s hair have more volume but it will depend on the hair’s consistency and hair type. Choppy hairstyles are hairstyles that could work magic to most hair types. They are also very classy and they are timeless. Celebrities nowadays sport this kind of hairstyle and more women wear them too. Since American actress Halle Berry wears it, the hairstyle has been a status symbol of being glamorous.
Choppy hairstyles can be styled into a lot of variations. They can be medium length or the shorter length. They can be sported with bangs or a little side swept bangs. If you want the look of actress Meg Ryan, you should have it cut as a bob first then add life to it by chopping some of the ends unevenly. Choppy hairstyles don’t work best with long hair. If you should do it with long hair, it would be layered instead of choppy. If you are styling the hairstyle and your hair tends to limp and fall flat, you can use mousse to give your hair a little boost up. You can “frame” your face by the cheek areas with tapered cuts that have the edges of your hair “pinching” your cheeks and this would work best to a face shape with a square jaw line.
If you have thicker hair, all the more choppy hairstyles are best for you. This hairstyle is low maintenance or as they call it – “wash and wear.” If you want to have a more punk look, go for the chopped top. You may use hair wax to sweep the hair to your side or pull them up.