Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Haircuts for Girls

Emo is basically a style followed these days by the youth. The term has it's roots in the emotional hardcore music started by Rites of Spring, a band in 1980's and now has evolved into something else. The term has it's roots in the emotional, and it is a term adopted by the youth today to describe their edgy and emotional state which is reflected in their attire as well as their hairstyles. You may have encountered Emo hairstyles. They are the height of fashion for the young people and you see them everywhere. One would really consider all hairstyles that display a lot of attitude and individualism as emo, though purists are quite rigid about what emo styles are all about.

Haircuts for Girls

Haircuts for Girls


Haircuts for Girls

Haircuts for Girls


Haircuts for Girls

Haircuts for Girls


Haircuts for Girls

Haircuts for Girls


Haircuts for Girls

Haircuts for Girls


Haircuts for Girls

Haircuts for Girls


Haircuts for Girls

Haircuts for Girls


Haircuts for Girls

Haircuts for Girls


Haircuts for Girls

Haircuts for Girls


Haircuts for Girls

Haircuts for Girls


Haircuts for Girls

Haircuts for Girls


Haircuts for Girls

Haircuts for Girls


Though emo hairstyles are all about individuality, there are a few characteristics all of them have in common. Most of them have bangs and fringes. Some fringes are long and cover the eyes, or at least one of them. Others are swept to one side. Yet others are short and cut into angular, edgy or pointy shapes. Girls often go for a feathered cut with choppy bangs. Colored hair is one of the traits of emo hairstyles. The popular colors are black, deep blue, purple, metallic brown and and even dark white. These colors form the main base of the hair. This is then contrasted by vibrant colors like pink, red, orange, yellow.