If you are just out of school and wish a makeover then funky styles of the eighties might seem attractive to you in the poodle curls. Curls will never go out of fashion and one could experiment with permanent perms and hair colouring. The hair colour you choose could in funky reds or blondes depending on your skin tone. Again funky styles are not difficult to maintain but conditioning the hair after a shampoo is a must. One could also go for spiral curls on long hair. Goldilocks kind of hairstyle is a high maintenance job.
There are simple styles in being natural with your hair. Funky hair colours can happen during a disco party or theme based events like the carnival. For a party use temporary colours in different mixes and voluminise the hair. The look of the sixties in shoulder length with a side parting hair and a out turn can be adopted. Lifestyle preference is much about teenage hairstyle. There are unique styles too in braiding the hair and colouring the same. Afro hairstyles look great but are prone to frizz and dry hair. Hence hair care becomes essential. Spikes can be set while the hair is wet.
Go for short chic hair cut and a funky look with anklets and nose rings. Get a tattoo or nail paint for a sure style statement. Grunge look is common about youth and college times. Coordinating the entire look for a teenager is easy and one could have an all purpose hairstyle in medium length that can easily oscillate from a classy party hair style to a everyday messy-open-hair kind of a look. Pink and purple hair colours for the rock star kind of image.
Retro styles are catching up with choker neckpieces and rock stones as fingerings. Use hair accessories and scrunchies in fluorescent colours. Keep a high pony tail for summers and use wavy layered hairstyles for evening outs. It is surely not a criteria to worry about a bad hair cut or short hair because teenage is identical with hair growth and healthy hair. Keep hair dandruff free and frizz free and live life to the fullest with a unique hairstyle.
By : Phie