Modern hairstyles for girls have become cutting-edge over the years. Gothic, punk rock and emo (meaning emotional) styles are popular among style enthusiasts. The latest trends include accents of vibrant, unnatural colours such as pink, blue, green or cherry red.
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Short Punk Haircut
If you prefer short hair, a punk haircut with a classic spiky look works well. Keep the hair short around the back and sides, and trimmed neatly around the ears and across the nape of your neck. Starting before the crown, leave a thick section of fringe about four to six inches long. Cut fringe at an angle with a razor to add a textured, pointy effect. For an emo style, sweep the fringe sideways across the forehead smoothing the back and side downwards and towards the face. Use gel or mousse to finger style spikes along the back and sides, leaving the fringe smooth.
Medium Length Emo Haircut
For medium length hair use multiple and extreme layers. Unlike traditional layered cuts, the layers in a medium length emo haircut are not gradual. Several well-defined layers are cut about two to three inches apart to create an almost shag look. Start with fringe that end just above your lashes, using them as a guide to create angles around your face reaching from fringe to length. Cut one or two more layers around the crown. Leaving the last layer long allows you to tease or fluff the hair to create a full jagged look while the length of your hair remains sleek and smooth.
Long Hair Gothic Cut
One of the most popular gothic hairstyles among girls is a long, sleek hairstyle with short fringe inspired by famous pin-up girl Bettie Page. Keep the hair all one length without layering. Trim the ends straight across the bottom. At the top, part your hair from temple to temple combing the front section forward to create thick short fringe. Cut your fringe even with your lashes or brow line, or even a bit shorter for a more punk, emo-gothic look.
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