Stand Out Back To School Hair Styles
Back to school hairstyles have to accomplish a lot; they need to be both stylish and low-maintenance, so your kids can make a good impression without wasting time while they are hurrying to get ready for school in the morning.
Back To School Hair Styles for Elementary-School Age Children
For younger children, shorter cuts, both with and without bangs, are appropriate for both boys and girls because they are so active and rarely want to stand still to have their hair brushed or combed. Boys can also wear very short razor-cut hair, while girls may find it easier to grow their hair to medium length or longer and then tie hair back into a ponytail, pigtails, or braids.
Back To School Hairstyles for Older Children and Teenagers
Tweens and teenagers may prefer trendier back to school hair styles that involve elaborate precision haircuts or use of hair color, including emo and scene styles. Popular short back to school hairstyles for girls include bobs and pixie cuts, while elementary-school age boys may prefer buzz cuts or fades.
Medium length back to school hair styles for girls include shags and face-framing layers, while boys can wear back to school hair styles with longer hair on top and shorter hair on the sides and in back. All of these styles look even better when messy, making it highly appropriate for active kids. If the teenager in question is particularly stylish, asymmetrical bobs that are accented with highlights are popular for both sexes.
Longer back to school hairstyles for teenage girls include long pin straight hair, also known as sedu, long loose waves, especially with the hair pushed back behind the ear, and ponytails for ease of use. These longer hairstyles can feature bangs, long layers or be blunt cut to all one length. Long, one-length hair for boys is currently out of style, but longer hairstyles with layers for boys are appropriate and acceptable.
How To Get a Great Back To School Hairstyle
For the best back-to-school hairstyles, visit a salon before school starts and discuss the options with your stylist. Bring pictures of styles you like or have a celebrity in mind whose look you would like to emulate so the hairstylist can get some idea of what kind of looks you like and then adapt them to your own face shape and hair texture.
If you want a fresh look without too much change, start with a small variation of his or her current style, such as adding bangs or changing the part. This can be done a day or two before school, but if the style change is drastic, it should be done a couple of weeks beforehand so he or she can have time to get used to it, or make changes if the experimentation doesn't work out.
After the initial hairstyle is created, it should be maintained with cuts every six to eight weeks in order to continue to look good for such events as school pictures, homecoming dances, recitals, etc. If the style involves hair color, updates should be made every four to six weeks.
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