Choppy Hair Cut with Side Fringe
Choppy haircut with side fringe when styled in messy look. When hair grows to shoulder, it normally starts to flick out and gets harder to style. If long hair isn't for you and you don't want to go too short then choose a chin-length style with multiple styling options.
Bob haircut, choppy ends with side fringe
A graduated layered hair cut is also a great way to cut away damaged and brittle ends. If you think your hair looks flat then ask your stylist to introduce some warmer tones of honey or very light chestnut to your blond – That should add extra depth in layers.
Easy to manage, casual choppy haircut with light golden brunette blonde.
You can blow-dry with round brush for a sleek and versatile look or make it look funkier by using hairspray into the roots and work through with fingers to revive the underneath layers. Easy, manageable and cute!
Choppy with layered haircut through the sides and back with flicked-out style to balance the jaw-line. Strong side bangs helps to soften the look.
Casual style in subtle layers. Back been cut to neck line, straight but with choppy edges for natural movement. The secret of this beauty is in longer front side fringe.
For styling you can apply your favourite mousse to damp hair and blow-dry using medium size round brush. For the back of the hair and sides, use non-sticky styling wax on fingertips and pull through the ends of hair in downward and sideways motion to give it messy effect and separation. Use root-lifting spray on crown if your hair is flat and need more volume. Finish with small amount of hairspray for extra hold.