Short Hairstyles Picture Gallery 1
On the other hand if you are ready to take the plunge, perhaps I can help guide you a little.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, there is no face shape that cannot wear a short haircut with the possible exception of Pixie style haircuts that really do require a thin face and long neck. The first short hairstyle depicted in short hairstyles gallery 1, is just such a Pixie hairstyle. However, there are many other short haircuts to fit whatever face shape you have. Your hairstylist should be able to help you sort through the photos you printed and make a good choice.
What is important is the weight line of the haircut. Every short hairstyle and medium length hairstyle has a weight line, except for when the entire head is shaved. A weight line is where the hairstyle either tapers in toward your face, or flares out away from your face. You want to pick a hairstyle where the weight line points towards your best feature, such as a cute chin. Conversely, if you have a prominent nose, you certainly don't want the hairstyle to taper in or flare out at that point in your face. The weight line always draws the eye of other people.
Another consideration is if your hairstyle should have bangs or not. Bangs should never cover beautiful eyes, but should help disguise a well proportioned forehead.
The advantage to a short hairstyle is that they are sassy, and many people relate sassy to sexy. A short hairstyle also exudes confidence, and nothing is sexier than confidence.
The disadvantage to a short hairstyle are salon visits. A short haircut will require a salon visit every three or four weeks to remain crisp and attractive. So if you lack either the time or the finances for frequent salon visits, you may want to go with a longer hairstyle.