Hairstyles fall winter 2011 2012

Hairstyles fall winter 2011 2012With the change of the season is so much the desire to change their look and renew haircut. So here is some useful advice for the fashion and style and discover all the new trends of ‘hair style for fall-winter 2012.

Three measures must  choose from, extreme and nothing in between: the haircuts short shorts are short (but still very feminine with the help of the right color) or long, flowing and almost wild, or even trimmed loin with a retro flavor, but so geometric and equity.
Hairstyles fall winter 2011 2012AVERAGE CUT
Once again, between the extremes and exaggerated tendencies, Italian women are conservative and the most popular cut is behind. The loin becomes contemporary and modern, even if, following the mood seen in the parade, has a clear retro and vintage.
The average cut has, in fact, well-defined profiles and the helmet even if it is smooth and precise geometry. Both the line side and the front free, and with the classic form “A boule” light, nuanced and asymmetric, is still super smooth and with a little fringe ’20s, the average cut is easy to carry, suitable for all and extremely elegant.
Hairstyles fall winter 2011 2012SHORT CUT
Short hair is very short but. When you find the courage to cut you cannot  give in to fashion compromises and takes a look exaggerated. A little ‘to Twiggy, a little’ tomboy to cut short hair is pulled on top of the neck and made it even more feminine with the play of light, honey-colored shades Mèches clear.
Hairstyles fall winter 2011 2012LONG HAIR CUT
The long hair and hairstyles Finally, are fluent, a little ‘wild and full of volume. Following the mood of the revival of the fashion design proposed cuts scaled, without fringe and very ’60s. The foliage can lead to dry naturally creating movement on the sides or picked up in a soft bun, a braid or a tail down finishing the look with a dry oil to discipline unruly hair. Everything is allowed except a flat head, sad and without volume.

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