4 Cute Asian Female Hairstyles | Asian Hair

Here’s some method to jazz up your asian hair and make it look outstanding. Even if you have short hair, you can also turn it into cute hairstyles with creative use of hair accessories.

1. This will suit short hair asian girls. Wear a wide elastic hairband and style the hair at the back for more volume. Depending on the type of elastic hair band you are using, you can also add a matching flower brooch at the side for a more unique touch.

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

2. If you have chin-length or shoulder length asian hair, you can tie half of your hair up high and add a blue ribbon to the pony tail.

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

3. This will suit girls with long asian hair. Tie up your hair high up into a bun and secure it with a scrunchie or elastic hair band. Spray some mousse and loosen up the bun a little, tidy it up with more hair spray.

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

4. This will also suit asian girls with long hair. Comb up your fringe, tie your hair up in a low simple pony tail and making sure that you push up the back of your hair to make it ‘protude’ a little while tying your hair (put some hair spray to secure this area). Use a scarf or bandana with cute prints like yellow polka dots and tie it around your head like a head band, covering the fringe. Style your long ponytail with a curling tool to make big loose curls.

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

Cute Asian Female Hairstyles

How To Create Your Own DIY Bob Hairstyle | Asian Hair

This is for all the gals who have shoulder length straight hair who love the short bob hairstyle look  but have yet to go for it. Well, you don’t have to go for the actual cut. Here’s an interesting and simple DIY method to create a unique asian bob hairstyle, it looks fantastic and allows you to have the best of both worlds, you can have wear it short anytime you feel like it. This works only on layered shoulder length straight hair, if you try it on non-layered hair or permed hair, it will look funny.

 

 

1. Pin up the top section of your hair with a hairclip.

 

 

2.  Twist the rest of your hair tightly.

 

 

3. Roll the twisted hair into a bun sideways and secure it with a black pin, make sure that the back of your hair is a bit loose. This will help to ‘push-up’ the bob later on.

 

 

4. You can add a flower pin or other nice hair pin accessory to the bun for a unique look.

 

5. Release the top part of your hair and back comb a little to create  the ‘fluffy look’

 

6. For the final touch, add some hair spray to make your hair sit and maintain the shape. And there you go…the DIY asian bob hairstyle!

5 DIY Hairstyling Tips For Asian Female Hair | Asian Hair

We always assume that a new haircut is all we need whenever we get sick of our plain and dull hairstyles. Although a good cut is important, the fact is that a nice hairstyle often requires some effort in styling with the use of a good hair spray or hair wax and other styling tools. Very often, the nice asian hairstyle pictures we see in this site or in other Japanese hairstyle books have been styled with hairspray or curled with curling tongs. It is not possible to achieve ‘magazine looking’ hairstyles without doing anything to it. In this post, we will share some easy and quick DIY hairstyling tips to get your normal boring looking hair jazzed up within minutes.

1) Styling your short layered hair

A light touseled feel will make a difference to your everyday short hair look. Apply some hair wax or hair spray on your palm and rub your palms together. Run them through your hair crown and hair ends by scrunching them with your fingers, Tousel your hair by inserting your fingers into your hair and flip it up and down to create the ‘messy’ look. Use your palms to flip the hair ends in upwards motion after that.

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2) Styling your shoulder-length layered hair

Apply some hair wax or hair spray on your palm and rub your palms together. Run them through your hair ends by scrunching them from the base with your fingers in upwards motion. Run your fingers through your fringe and hair crown with the left-over hair wax or hair spray. 

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3) Styling your long layered straight hair

A lot of women with long straight hair do not bother to style their hair simply because they think there’s not much to do with their hair and so rather leave them as it is. Unless you are born with naturally straight and silky hair, otherwise if might end up looking flat, dull or even frizzy over time, especially if your hair is layered.

To create that silky straight hair look, apply some hair spray on mid-hair section to hair ends and get a good flat iron to straighten this part of your hair. Make sure the flat iron is being heated up before using.  Clamp a section of hair from mid length and pulling it down slowly to hair ends and repeat for 3-4 times on same section of hair before moving on to other sections. Avoid using it for more than 3 times as it can be drying and damaging to your hair.

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4) Styling your long permed hair

If you had your hair permed and dutifully apply hair styling product on your curls daily but still wondering why it does not look as gorgeous as those in hair magazines, then you really have to invest in a good curling tong. The truth is those featured in the hair magazines often had to use curling tongs to bring out those nice big looking curls even though they already had a perm, otherwise your curls will just look wavy if you use hair styling products only.

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5) Styling your shoulder-length permed layered hair

If you have permed hair, you MUST always style it by applying hair styling cream or hair wax for permed hair. There is no exception, otherwise your hair will look frizzy and messy. It is best to start applying hair styling product when your hair is still damp after a shower, and either let it dry naturally or blow dry it to bring out the curls. If you want to make the curls even more prominent, you can also use a curling tong. It is harder to style it once your hair gets dry and often the curls do not last. Tip: Always remember that the longer the hair is, the easier it is to style and making it lasting on damp hair rather than dry hair. 

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