A New Year...a new hairstyle...a new look for you!

Start the New Year with a New Haircut

Gabriela Alvarado
A New Year...a new hairstyle...a new look for you!

A New Year…a new hairstyle…a new look for you!

For many teenagers, their New Year’s resolutions includes a makeover, which is usually accomplished with a new haircut, makeup style or wardrobe.

There’s just something special about a new haircut for New Year’s. It’s as it the haircut signifies a new chapter in life…

The first thing you must do before choosing your new haircut is know the type of hair you have. This will help you choose a haircut that best fits that specific hair type.

For wavy hair, the best choice is a medium length haircut because the shorter your hair is the more likely it will curl up, especially during rainy and humid days.

If you have straight hair, you can choose a cut of any length. Go short for a radical change. If you have long and thin hair and would like to have more volume, then cut your hair in layers. Complement this cut with bangs for a modern look. Long hair is never out of style. If you hate the idea of cutting your hair short, consider cutting it in layers to conserve its length but give it a new look. You can also keep the length of your hair and just add bangs. You can also get highlights a color tone lighter than your natural hair, for a natural look.

For Quince girls with curls, it’s best to let your hair flow naturally and cut it in a single layer. Let your hair grow long since curls are harder to control the shorter they are.

For Quinceaneras having trouble finding the right new haircut, we suggest looking at pictures of celebrities since they can easily inspire the look you’re aiming for. Keep in mind that the most important thing is for you to feel comfortable with any cut you choose, so don’t be afraid to try something new and have a new look for the new year.

Check out our photo gallery of different celebrity haircuts to help you decide on your new look.





Gabriela Alvarado

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