Does this hairstyle have a name?

(14 Posts)
Nellymay Mon 17-Mar-14 16:37:01

Hi I'm off to the hairdressers tomorrow and have decided to go for short instead of my layered bob style but I don't know what to call what I want, I'm thinking of full and longer on the top of my head with a fringe and shorter and perhaps layered at the sides - like a short styled basin cut and perhaps layered at the sides. I have thick, fine wavy hair
Any ideas?

PercyIsGreen Mon 17-Mar-14 20:35:28

I like this - Helen Lasichanh

PercyIsGreen Mon 17-Mar-14 20:37:10

Or this?

PercyIsGreen Mon 17-Mar-14 20:40:30

Shorter?

PercyIsGreen Mon 17-Mar-14 20:43:03

Shortest (left photo)

MissScatterbrain Mon 17-Mar-14 21:56:27

A short pixie bob?

Millyblods Mon 17-Mar-14 22:36:38

Top one looks like a Mullet.

Ujjayi Mon 17-Mar-14 23:09:03

Just take a photo with you smile

furlinedsheepskinjacket Mon 17-Mar-14 23:19:57

yy take a pic good luck

Eliza22 Tue 18-Mar-14 07:39:36

Looks like a variation on the old fashioned "page boy" cut, popular in 1979. It suits her, though! Think you need really thick, swishy hair to carry it off and not look like Wendy Craig grin. She was the archetypical "mum" in the '70's.

lougle Tue 18-Mar-14 07:50:23

like this?

Nellymay Tue 18-Mar-14 09:13:09

Thanks - I realise I've not described what I want very well smile I want a choppy sort of tousled look - I suppose it's a updated version of the pageboy??? I'll take some pics with me and keep my fingers xxx'd

Nellymay Tue 18-Mar-14 19:30:24

Well, I had it done and it's not short! The hairdresser said he liked my shaggy style (I thought it was my usual messy scruff look) so he cut it to accentuate the shaggy look, and scrunched it to make it curlier. So I now have a shortish shaggy bob and I like it!!

Millyblods Tue 18-Mar-14 21:46:10

Yay!! Glad you got a look that you love.

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