There are over 500 ways to style hair, but there are only three types of actual hair.
There are over 500 ways to style hair, but there are only three types of actual hair. If teenage girls with long locks are looking for several ways to style their hair, here are just a few examples. If you're wondering how you can fit in or stand out this school year, I got a hairstylist's opinion on what is popular and what's not.
There are many different ways girls fix their hair in the mornings. The three main irons used to fix hair are curlers, straighteners, and crimpers. Crimpers are used to give hair a wavy look without the huge curls.
Another way teenage girls style their hair is by using hairspray. Hairsprays can strengthen, stiffen, or straighten your hair. Hairsprays have way more variety, but irons are more effective if you want your hair straight, wavy, or curly for the entire day.
Many girls just keep it cool by using a rubber band to tie up their hair; braids, ponytails, and pigtails are all ways you can use the classic rubber band. A haircutter, Stacy, says "I think straight hair is more common for women. I see about 60% straight and 40% wavy." I asked Stacy if she sees more teenage girls with long or short hair and the answer was "Long definitely."Girls may wear headbands to get hair out of their face while others may just wear it down. Whatever the case, teenage girls have many unique ways to style their hair. As school approaches, try-out a new hairstyle!