We are all different, and just like our personalities, our hair is not the same. We have all, at some point, struggled with finding the right hairstyles or haircuts to suit our looks. Experiments have ensued and disastrous results have come by. So here we have it, the holy grail low maintenance haircuts for all hair types along with some dos and don’ts.
Barring the texture (curly, wavy or straight), your hair can be either thick or thin. If you have thick hair, try and go for long layers, they are the easiest to manage for those with thick hair. Try not to have blunt cuts, if you want to go short, opt for something that frames your face and ends a little below your jawline.
Thin/fine hair though looks easier to manage, it does tend to flatten and it is difficult to induce volume into those tresses. So, if you are looking for low maintenance try and go for shorter layers that add volume to the top of your head so it doesn’t look flat. Got for blunts and bobs with more layers.
This beautiful hair type needs a lot of TLC and we just never know what haircut goes well with curls. If you have bigger curls then you could opt for an angular bob if you want to go short or just keep long layers but with the shortest layer ending at your chin so you don’t have to deal with curls around your face. Basically, the tighter the curls, the longer the layers.
This is one of the most versatile hair textures that you have to deal with but there are certain dos and don’ts especially when you are looking at that effortless low maintenance vibe. If you aren’t afraid to go bold, you can go for a short pixie. If you still want to go short, a lobb would do wonders, and if you want to keep it long then long layers are your best friend.
This hair type is usually merged with fine hair so sometimes it tends to fall flat. But the good thing is, the best low maintenance haircut that you can go for would be a one length haircut - it can either be at your shoulders or lower. Just spritz on some sea salt spray, shake and scrunch that mane up, and you’re good to go. Of course layers are a great option here too.