Asian hair tends to be straighter and coarser than other hair types. If you are Asian, tame fly-aways by adding a frizz-easing serum to your daily hair routine. Asian hair looks good in many different hairstyles and cuts, because it is thick and shiny. Draw attention to the eyes by adding long wispy fringe, blunt fringe or side-swept fringe to a haircut.
Sleek Bob with Wispy Bangs
A bob is a haircut in which the front of the hair is longer than the back of the hair. The shape is very flattering to Asians' bone structure, and the sleekness of Asian hair looks great styled in a bob. Add interest to the look by cutting eye-skimming wispy fringe. These are fringe that are not very thick and are cut to be a little uneven at the bottom. This bang will decrease the heaviness of Asian hair.
Asians look great with short and edgy, architectural haircuts. This is a style in which the hair is cut to almost resemble a boy's haircut, but layers are cut to add feminine flair and style. Heavy, straight, blunt fringe finish off the look. Because Asian hair is naturally straight and sleek, you can easily style this haircut by raking a small dollop of frizz-easing serum through damp hair and then letting it air dry. After your hair has dried, tousle it with your fingers to give it movement.
Layered Style with Side-Swept Bangs
Layered haircuts are a great way to remove some of the weight and heaviness of hair. Ask your stylist to keep your face shape in mind when cutting the layers. For example, if you have a round face, layers that fall at the chin line will only make the cheeks appear wider. Long, side-swept fringe finish off the layered look. Create a deep side part in the fringe so that some hair is falling right at your eye-level. This will bring out your features. You can style this look by running dry hair through a straightening iron or by wrapping large pieces of hair around a curling iron for a wavy look.
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