Finding the hairstyle that is right for you can be time-consuming, especially if you have stick-straight hair. Asian hair is known for its super-straight, sleek qualities that can make it frustrating to style. If you want a long haircut that works with your hair, you will have to do a little research. Try to find a stylist who is familiar with Asian hair, which tends to be thicker and more coarse than Caucasian hair.
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Create long layers in your hair. The shortest layers should fall around your face while the longer layers fall down your back. You can choose either a side part or middle part at the crown of your head. Adding layers to your hairstyle creates flow and freedom. Long layers look trendy with straight hair, waves or curls. Add mousse to the roots of your hair to add volume.
Straight with Bangs
If you have stick-straight hair, a sleek look is probably going to work best for you. Leave your hair long, and cut it evenly across the bottom. Create sleek fringe that come down to your eyebrows. Cut a straight line across at the eyebrows. Part your hair in the middle to create symmetry. For a sleeker look, add shine with a quarter-size amount of shine serum. Distribute it evenly through your hair. Get trims regularly to keep your hairstyle looking healthy and damage-free.
Cut for Waves
Don a feminine style by getting a haircut that incorporates a side part. The part should fall fairly far on the side of your head. It should not, however, pass the outside corner of your eyebrow. Have your stylist cut your hair using the side part as a guide. Add fringe by cutting them across at your eyebrows. Sweep your fringe away from your part. This will open up your face. Use a curling iron or crimping iron to create curls or waves in your hair. This will give your hair volume and style.
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