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Just like no two snowflakes are the same, and no two people have the same sets of fingerprints, hairstyles are as varied and unique as the world we live in. There are all sorts of different hairstyles that you can choose from. Some are designed based on ethnicity, taking advantage of and dealing with the shortfalls of specific hair types related to genetic happenstance. Some hairstyles are based merely on color, taking advantage of simple optical illusions, as we discuss in the Cool Hairstyles article. A hairstyle might look better based on your face’s shape as discussed in the Women’s Hairstyles article. Pending on your unique personal tastes, some hairstyles might look great, others might look ugly, and still others might escape your notice. For a quick glimpse at some of the different types of hairstyles out there, keep reading.



Fauxhawk: For those who are familiar with the traditional Mohawk, the Fauxhawk won’t seem to different at first glance. Rather than shaving the sides of the head completely, hair is grown long all around, and with strong holding gel, the long hair is fashioned and shape in an upward motion toward the center of the head. This gives the appearance of a Mohawk without having to commit to shaving most of the head.

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Odango: Popularized by the Japanese animated series, Sailor Moon, this hairstyle has swept through the anime pop culture. It is style by shaping two buns on either side of the head with the remaining hair pulled back into pigtails.

Bob Cut: This style is simple and has been around for quite awhile. The essential concept of the bob cut is designed for straight hair, cutting the length to around chin length and cropping it close to the face. Banks are kept at a medium to medium-long length.

Chonmage: This style of hair is different in most parts of the world other than Japan. The hair is pulled up into a tight, small bun on the top of the head. It is often kept there by a visible wrap. The style is worn by both men and women.

Dreadlocks: Popularized by Rastafarian culture, there are several methods to styling dreadlocks. The hair style is worn long, although the size of the locks can very in thickness. Dreadlocks can come naturally, over time, but requires a certain dedication as it requires not properly washing the hair. Alternatively, dreadlocks can be rolled or braided.

Highlights: Not an entire style in itself, but a type of dying that can be worked into other different hairstyles. Highlights requires dying only particular parts of the hair, sometimes tips (this is usually called frosting), or certain strands that will highlight and accentuate certain hairstyles.

Khokhol: Popularized by Cossacks of Russia, this style requires shaving the entire head save for one long lock on the front, top, or side of the head. The remaining lock is often braided.

Mullet: Extremely popular in the 70s, and still among some sub-cultures today, the mullet is a hair style where hair is worn short on the front, sides, and top of the head while the back remains long.


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