Having short hair might be the most comfortable solution. During summer hair won’t be a bother and if you are always in a hurry, short hair will not take that much to stay in place. When deciding on a new haircut, we always turn to the internet to find the right model that will suit us. Over the years, this hairstyle has had several changes.
The 20s featured a hairstyle made of little curls that screamed pure sophistication.
In the 30s hair was much longer and women loved to keep them curly with a side part.
In the 40s it was very difficult for the working women in the factories to keep long hair. Instead they opted for soft short curls. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt was seen in many public appearances with this haircut.
In the 50s the haircut changed as women started experimenting more with their style. The pixie haircut was first introduced in these years.
In the 60s the bob became more popular.
During the years of the hippies, the ultra tight coils were coveted by many women.
In the 80s the short haircut alla Madonna and Princess Diana were the most popular ones. Women opted for that haircut in an instance as it made them more powerful and confident in themselves.
During the pop years, women opted for choppy hair with a fringe. Such typical hairstyle was seen in Angelina Jolie, Chloë Sevigny and Winona Ryder. While Halle Berry and Toni Braxton brought back the pixie haircut.
The early 2000s saw Victoria Beckham, Kate Moss and Sienna Miller opt for short hair to the length of the neck with long bangs swiped to the side.
In 2010s you could style your hair as you wished. Some women started shaving them in different parts, so asymmetrical cut became more popular.
If you do not want your hair to bother you, go for the alla Adwoa Aboah haircut.
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By Enxhi Tufina