Short Curly Straight Prom

Teenage girls are in the years of deciding what they need. The early and even late years of teenage life can be very demanding among girls who are becoming very conscious of their looks especially related to their hairstyles. The main idea behind looking good for a prom is selecting the right kind of dress, shoes and obviously the right hairstyle.


Some girls may not have the right texture of hair which can be grown long and dressed into nice wavy locks. The only option for them would be to cut it short and dress it with a style that can still provide an esthetic look.

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Girls dressing up for the prom night need not worry at all as there are numerous options for the short hair. Even if they have curly hair, it can be cut very nicely in layers and also dressed up with hairspray so they stay in position.


The Flirty Fringe

African American women are having a great hair day already in 2015 with the invention of several new hairstyles. The Flirty fringe is a glamorous look at home in nightclubs, on the red carpet, or even just at the office. Short-cropped hair is swept up from the crown, then back towards the back of the head to create a chunky wave of hair full of volume and life.


Razor cut bangs sweep from the side to add drama and help complete the look. Frosted hair tips can add even more drama to a flirty fringe, while natural colored hair makes this style feel very elegant and refined.


The flirty fringe is perfect for women who straighten their hair while still being fairly easy to upkeep. Just start with a hot iron to set the crown of the hair in place,


then finish by breaking the bangs up into a fingered fringe with a little bit of styling wax. A little picking from a rake comb will add tons of volume if things are looking a little flat. To help tame the frizzies, try smoothing some molding wax through your hair before using the hot iron to create the wave effect.