The Cosmetic Ultralounge

Hairstyles for 2012

 

By Gunner Glam

This year has hair being more tame from crazy texture to softer, more touchable styles. Studio Brow would like to share what can be expected to seen in the next year.

Softly Textured Long Layered Hairstyle

This hairstyle has it all from texture from the subtly shagged cut, the pale wheat blonde color, even a random braid that peeks out. Great for almost any face shape and hair type, this cut is one that can be changed up by adding curls and will not go out of style.

Pale Blonde Short Semi Shaggy Hairstyle

Feel like freeing yourself? Go short. Lose the length and find another side of yourself you did not realize was there. With shorter pieces in back and more length in front, you cannot miss with this cute, feminine cut.

Long Layered Multi-Tone Chic Hairstyle

The dark, brown style with a side part and side swept bangs is fabulous with the hand painted red lights blended in.

Medium Length Wispy Soft Bob

This longer bob looks amazing with the refined ends to help taper the bottom of the cut and give it a softer feel. The color is rich and simple, keeping the style classy. The side part is perfect for disguising too large forehead or widow’s peaks. The length comes a little longer in the front to dust the collar bone, while the back and fringe areas are just a little bit shorter.

Short Vibrant Red Pixie Style Cut

With a bit of whimsy and a lot of style, this amazing shorter hairstyle can be altered to suit any face shape or hair texture. The red is amazingly vibrant, but it would look just as fabulous with a darker or lighter color, even a bit of a wave.

Easy Medium Length Tapered Bob with Side Part and Face Framing

The multi-tonal bob would look good in any color, but looks perfect with the different shades of blonde. The play on color keeps the simple style fresh. The cut is tapered just a little bit in the back to help create the rounder shape.

Medium Length Mad Men Curly Hairstyle

Want in on the retro trend? Try out this adorable style; It is versatile enough that you do not have to keep your hair styled the same way all the time, but at least you’ve got that option. The color takes you back to the 50s era – in a good way.

Long Layered Curly Blond Center Part Hairstyle

Free and easy, this loose carefree style looks perfect for a runway or the beach. The long length looks even better with some layering and curls. The highlights make her hair look sun-kissed. Definitely a mood lifting style.

Long Tight Curly Layered Hairstyle with Braids

Mix up the curls and braids for a fun look. Just a few braids is all it takes to spice things up a bit without losing curls or the fabulous volume you’ve got going on. Don’t think you’ve got enough hair? Add extensions.

1940s Old Hollywood Glamour Long Hairstyle

This gorgeous recreation of one of Hollywood history’s most beautiful hairstyles is so perfect with the multi tonal blondes but would be just as amazing with a darker brown or vibrant red. Layering helps soften out the shape.

-More coming soon from Studio Brow-

8 responses

  1. And It keeps getting better and better.. 🙂

    January 27, 2012 at 6:39 AM

  2. I think some of the best styles are the dark hair, blunt cuts with bangs..like zooey deschanel! I would rock that style but i’m too scared to cut so much of my bangs lol

    January 28, 2012 at 4:54 AM

  3. Blogged about hair last summer http://myfashionhub.wordpress.com/2011/06/22/the-bob-still-a-hot-hairstyle-this-summer/
    Anyway, I’m growing my hair to a medium length & probably will go for some layers. Just want something low-maintenance but not too plain for straight hair.

    February 2, 2012 at 1:59 AM

  4. ericapmota

    Tempted to try the “Long Layered Multi-Tone Chic Hairstyle”

    February 2, 2012 at 1:52 PM

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