Looking to experiment with new hair style trends in 2006? Your choices abound! There’s an absolute feast of looks to choose from. Update your hair style with one of these hot trends that dominate the hair scene this year.
Bobs With Bang
Bob hairstyles range from ear level to shoulder skimming and are best for straight or slightly wavy hair. Katienicholl
If your hair is too curly, a bob can take on the look of a triangle, widening at the bottom in an unflattering way. Only opt for the bangs with this hairstyle if it works with your facial structure. And if you’re feeling a little more groovy baby…incorporate a mod feel into your bob. Hot New Hair Style Trends For 2006!
Mad For Mod
Heavy, side-swept bangs and blunt lines characterize this cut. A mod hair style is similar to a bob, it’s texture and direction that add a mod feel. This cut has a generous amount of slicing or texturizing to lighten up the bluntness.
Using hair products like waxes, clays, or muds add texture and a bit of grungy-funk to a mod hair style.
Asymmetry in Action
This edgy look just keeps getting more extreme! Bold exploration is the name of the game. Unexpected texture and length differences. And the angles can range from soft and gently sloping to an extreme plunge. Hot New Hair Style Trends For 2006!
Carved throughout the interior of the hair, strategic layers bring out the authentic movement of each individual head of hair.
Cutting techniques are advancing, and hair styling is becoming more bold and unique to each person rather than a universal one-size-fits-all hair trend like back in the “Rachel” days. Strategic layering allows you to capitalize on what YOU have, not just mimic “The look of the day.” Find a good hair stylist and listen to their ideas about styles and techniques that’ll work best on your hair, while complimenting your features.
Peaks, Swirls, and Waves
Directional styling, if you want to sound technical. This look is funky and daring, and offers alot of room for individuality. Since every head of hair is different, your unique character can shine within the peaks of this hot new hairstyle.
Use a wax, clay, or mud hair product, something with a little grit, and a little hold. Emulsify the product in your hands, so there’s a thin veil of product all over your palms and between your fingers. Then plunge right in there and move the hair around with an eye out for an appealing shape. Swoop it, swirl it around, change directions suddenly.
Coiffed with reckless abandon! And when you’ve achieved the start of a good look. Grab your blow-dryer (on a low setting) and maximize the peaks and waves using your most important hairstyling tool…your hands. Do not strive for perfection, but do aim for an “artful” feel, and some sort of discernible shape. Then set about your day and go forth with confidence knowing you’re the saddest hipster on the block!
Color for Character
Hair color can have a dramatic effect on an otherwise plain hairstyle. Deep tones of eggplant, burgundy, and mahogany are a great compliment to a dark brown or black hair color.
Strategically placed highlights, lowlights, or panels can accentuate texture and add tons of character to your style. Compliment your features and skin tone, and add an edge to your haircut with some artful hair coloring.
About the Author – Michelle Chill is the founder and webmaster of Style Hair Magazine — Professional hairstyling and coloring techniques in simple terms. The must-knows for using hair products and tools and staying up to date on the latest hairstyle trends.
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