Trendy Winter Haircuts for Women

As the ever-changing world of trends and styles moves into the winter 2009 – 2010 season, exciting looks in fashion have quickly began to emerge. Not only does this include clothing and accessories, but also hairstyles, haircuts, makeup trends and various beauty products.

Let’s explore some of the latest and greatest haircuts for winter 2009 – 2010:

Wavy Bob with Side Bangs

Increasingly trendy, this cut is best achieved by visiting a professional hairstylist. After the cut has been achieved, styling consists of a few steps. Begin by washing and towel-drying hair. Apply a moderate amount of volumizing product to damp hair (try got2b’s Fat-Tastic Thickening Plumping Mousse, available online at Folica). Blow hair dry on low heat, scrunching small sections as it dries. Once hair is completely dry, place medium hot rollers in the front of hair and large hot rollers in the back of hair. Allow rollers to remain in hair for at least thirty minutes. Remove rollers, gently work fingers through hair, sweep bangs to the side and top off with your favorite hair spray.

Boyishly Short

More popular than ever, the adorable boyishly short cut is best achieved by visiting a professional hairstylist. After the cut has been achieved, styling is quick. Begin by washing hair. Apply a shining serum to damp hair (try Citre Shine’s Shine Miracle Anti-Frizz Serum, available online at Folica). Gently smooth hair and allow to air-dry. Top off with your favorite hair spray.

Medium-Length Pixie

This cute and subtle cut is best achieved by visiting a professional hairstylist. Once the cut has been achieved, styling is easy. Begin by washing and towel-drying hair. Apply a small amount of smoothing serum to damp hair (try Redken’s Glass Smoothing Serum, available online at Folica). Blow hair dry on low heat, working a brush through small sections as it dries. Once hair is completely dry, brush all hair towards the face, arranging as needed. Top off with your favorite hair spray.

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Simple Bob

This hassle-free cut is best achieved by visiting a professional hairstylist. Once the cut has been achieved, styling is quick and painless. Begin by washing and towel-drying hair. Part far to the left side. Apply a smoothing shine serum to damp hair (try It’s a 10 Miracle Shine Spray, available online at Folica). Next, blow hair dry on low heat, working a brush through small sections as it dries. Top off with your favorite hair spray.

Long Layers

This lovable cut is best achieved by visiting a professional hairstylist. After the cut has been achieved, styling consists of a few simple tricks. Begin by washing and towel-drying hair. Apply a texturizing product to damp hair (try Matrix’s Biolage Shaping Creme Wax, available online at Folica). Blow hair dry on low heat, gently working fingers through small sections as it dries. Once hair is completely dry, apply a small amount of texturizing product to the ends of the hair. Top off with your favorite hair spray.

Medium Layers with Curls

A fun and feminine look, this cut is best achieved by visiting a professional hairstylist. Once the cut has been achieved, styling is easy. Begin by washing and towel-drying hair. Apply a curling cream to damp hair (try Moroccanoil Intense Curl Cream, available online at Folica). Allow hair to air dry, gently scrunching small sections as it dries. Once hair is completely dry, place small sections of hair into tiny hot rollers. Leave rollers in hair for at least one hour. Remove rollers, work fingers through hair and top off with your favorite hair spray.

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Sleek Bob with Bangs

Modern and sophisticated while remaining low maintenance, this cut is best achieved by visiting a professional hairstylist. After the cut has been achieved, styling is simple. Begin by washing and towel-drying hair. Apply a moderate amount of smoothing product to damp hair (try Smooth ‘N Shine Polishing’s Silk ‘N Sleek Straightening Polish, available online at Folica). Blow hair dry, working a brush through small sections as it dries. Once hair is dry, straighten small sections with a ceramic iron. Top off with your favorite hair spray.

Long, Loose and Curly Layers

Romantic and simple, this cut is best achieved by visiting a professional hairstylist. Once the cut has been achieved, styling is a breeze. Begin by washing and towel-drying hair. Apply a curl boosting product to damp hair (try TIGI’s Catwalk Curls Rock Curl Booster, available online at Folica). Blow hair dry on low heat, gently working fingers through small sections as it dries. Once hair is completely dry, use a medium-sized curling iron, focusing on adding curl to the sides and back of hair. Top off with your favorite hair spray.

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