hairstyle by cheryl crews

2010 Cute Kids Hairstyles Tips

Parents essentially play the strongest factor influencing their kids’ hairstyles. And when it comes to haircuts and styling, parents can be divided into two categories. The first category would be those who are very meticulous with regards to their kids’ hairstyles and how they are worn.


Whether you belong to the first or second category though, the most important point to consider is that your kid’s hairstyle should be one that is easy to control and suits your kid’s active lifestyle well. Your kids’ hairstyles should also give them an adorable and innocent look.

Some of the most simple and basic hairstyles for kids are really the basics, and all other hairstyles tend to evolve from them. The most basic of all for boys would be the crew cut, or shaved hairstyle. This one requires almost no maintenance in between haircuts, but some feel it does not deserve to register on the list as an actual hairstyle, considering you do not have to “style” it at any time.


For girl’s hairstyles, the length of their hair affects the hairstyle, but not nearly as much as you would imagine. There are some cute kid’s hairstyles that require almost no difficult maneuvers to make them look good. The preferred length for little girls is mid-length, not short and not long. Mid-length allows for a wide variety of hairstyles from the hair being tied up, back, or letting it down.


Most parents have opted for the most simple hairstyles for kids by keeping their hair cropped close or cut very short due in part to the low maintenance required for these types of hairstyles, and because most kids barely keep their hair combed much less styled.

2010 Modern Office Hairstyle Tips

An office hairstyle is a serious but still feminine look that can help you look like a determined business women, inspiring confidence, but doesn’t take away your girlish features, cause, lets face it, no woman like to look too “butch”.If you need ideas for your office hairstyle, here are some photos and short descriptions.


The classic up-do is can’t go wrong. If you have long hair and don’t like it when it gets in your way at the work place, just pin it up. It creates a serious look, but elegant none the less.


Be careful, though, to many strands and you’ll look sloppy.Pony tails are also a good choice. They look less formal and are easier to achieve. A ponytail hairstyle works great if your office environment is not very strict.The Caesar Cut is a short hairstyle inspired from men hairstyles.


It is an elegant style but only goes good if you have an excellent bone structure. A variation of a short hairstyle, but helping to get a more feminine look is the Bob hairstyle. The bob hairstyle is both formal and casual, being easy to transform with just a few twist in your hair so it may be a great choice for hairstyling if you want your hair to look great both at the office and after hours.