What is it about teen hairstyles that make them so different from any other styles? Nothing is the answer to this question. There is no difference, in fact there is no such thing as a teen hairstyle. When have you ever heard a young girl/boy going into a hair salon and asking the hair stylist to give them a teen hairstyle? A teen hairstyle is simply a particular style that young teenagers sport because it is the latest trendy hairstyle. So the next time you hear a youngster asking for a teen hairstyle you will know they are asking for a particular style that other teens are raving over.
Nonetheless girls and boys if you want to call a particular hairstyle a "teen" one, then so be it. The bob haircut, layers, ringlets, bangs, pony tail even braids are all styles deemed fitting for a teenager as long as they are in fashion.
Teens are always on the lookout for the latest cool trendy teen hairstyle to match their desired fashion, and a fabulous way of finding what's hot on the scene is to browse magazines or to go online. Everything you could possibly want to know about hair is there.
If anyone knows about what a fad is, it's the teen; however we have them just branching out and unaware. A fad is something that comes and goes (here today gone tomorrow.) The best sort of hairstyle to choose is one that doesn't restrict styling options too much. Remember, what was the craze yesterday might change tomorrow so make sure your hair is flexible to be able to adjust to the next all the rage hip hop teen hairstyle.
The good thing about haircuts these days is that there individualized. Hair today is styled around face shapes. This is to assure that your specific desire will suit and flatter. Unfortunately in the case of most teens face shape is not taken into consideration, which is a bad move. The average teen tends to look more to following suit of their friends or favorite celebrity before that of what suits their face.
Funky teen styles can include all sorts of styles but if money is tight then remember curls never go out of fashion. If you have straight hair then you should consider having a perm for longer lasting curls. This option sure beats sitting for hours with your hair in curlers with no guarantee of the desired size of curl happening if the curlers are not left in long enough. It also has you avoid the wrist ache from holding curling tongs. Get advice on perms first because healthy hair can suffer damage from perm solutions. Avoid hairstyles that might involve high maintenance. After all you're a teen and you haven't the time "right." Go for spiral curls on long hair.
The way the hair is worn can change your appearance dramatically, now wouldn't it be nice for any change to be one of dramatically beautiful. Proper styling can add the right angles to your face and tone down any hardness your face might otherwise express. There are countless different teen hairstyles to choose from that can do this. There are short, long, straight, medium and curly hairstyles, but for them to work with facial features your face shape has to be considered.