Straight hairstyles 2012 are not only for females who have naturally
straight hair. You can easily straighten your curly or wavy hair
with a flat iron or any chemical product available in the market.
There are different straight hairstyles 2012 for short, medium and
long hair, let us discuss them one by one.
Straight Hairstyles for women with short hair
Straight hairstyles for women with short hair range from extremely
short haircuts like pixie,
to short layered haircuts i.e. razor cut. During the last year and
currently, you can find uncountable celebrities wearing short
hairstyles for their short hair.
Ellen Barkin short straight concave bob hairstyle is another hot
hairdo. This hairstyle lets the curves of bob hang around the jawline
with jagged cut bangs. Some believe it was an imitation Kelly Clarkson’s
bob, but it was longer and sexier. However, Halle Berry’s
pixie is one of the most sought-after coiffures this year.
Straight Hairstyles for women with medium
Straight hairstyles 2012 for women with medium hair don’t
offer as much variations as hairstyles for short hair do. However,
girls with medium length hair can wear styles that are in for longer
hair with elusive adjustments.
Shaggy and layered hairstyles are most suitable for girls who have
medium straight hair. You can also try layered hairstyles, ponytails,
updos and try parting on different sides or even in the center.
The best straight hairstyle to wear for medium straight hair is
the layered, natural hairstyle with waves worn by Anna Hathaway
during the last year.
Straight Hairstyles for women with long hair
If you have long straight hair, you can follow three divas:
Fergie, Britney Spears and Ashley Tisdale to keep up with the hottest
long hairstyles 2012.
Britney’s golden hair, with layered cut and a soft finish,
were hanging on her shoulders on the night of 2011 MTV Awards. This
casual but fun and flirty hairstyle gives you freedom to experiment
a lot of variations.
Ashley’s highlighted hairstyle is blow-waved. But unlike Britney’s
hairdo, this one was smoother and was presenting the spiky cut tresses
along the sides.
If you have a round face, you should follow Fergie’s layered
do. No, it is not a ponytail; her hair was parted down the middle
and allowing soft movements through the ends. Fergie has blonde
hair, but this style can equally suit dark straight hair.