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Black hairstyles for short hair in 2020 : Short, Easy and Fail-Proof Black hairstyles for short hair in 2020 : Short, Easy and Fail-Proof


Black Hairstyles for short hair in 2020 : Short, Easy and Fail-Proof




 Summer is here and the heat is on, what better way to cool down than to transform your current look with best short haircuts for black females this 2020. There are a lot of ways to style and cut your hair but keeping it short makes it easier and cheaper to maintain meaning fewer trips to the salon, and spending less on hair products. It’ll be easier to clean; it helps to keep you dandruff free, and keeps your hair naturally healthier.

Stand out by taking it short and leaving a confident impression, perfect for those who want to grab attention.

Here’s our list of short hairstyles for black women this 2020:



Practical, simple, and fast, this is the ultimate symbol of self-confidence and control. Dare to be different in this low maintenance cut. While it is indeed a hair cut for the brave, going bald for some time can actually do some wonders from your hair in the long run. A lot of people who were brave enough to sport this look later on shared that once their hair grew out, it become more soft, manageable and overall, more healthy.  

Short glossy curls

Really good hair oil will lock in moisture in your hair making your curly bangs defined, shiny, and full of body.



Mohawks were an icon in the 90s but they are hot again right now. Adding shaved lines on both sides makes you take on an edgier look.  


Curly bangs

Really good hair oil will lock in moisture in your hair making your curly bangs defined, shiny, and full of body


Wash and go

This hairstyle is quick and easy, and saves your hair from the damage of styling products and heat. All you need is water, and clean and moisturized hair, and off you go.Just like its name suggests, it is probably the best hairstyle for women who are not a big fan of spending too much time on their hair. Nonetheless, it looks really good!  

Finger waves

Start with some foaming lotion, flatten your hair down, and start making those waves with the help of a comb. Smoothen down and add gel as you go. This hairstyle popularized in the 1920s is back again blending contemporary and futuristic. 


All hair lengths can be styled into an updo, all you need is a little creativity. Use this ‘do for special occasions and accessorize with different options.


Cropped natural curls

To control your natural curls, a cropped cut makes your hair tame and less messy. Show off your curls hassle-free!


Side parted pixie

Partner a side part with a pixie to add more style. Celebrities like Kota Eberhardt make use of a head turning color to make their pixie rise above the crowd. Side parted pixie takes the typical pixie a notch higher. 


Short Ringlets

Short ringlets are really beautiful finished above the shoulder. Keep them soft and smooth by keeping your hair hydrated.


Micro bowl cut

A micro bowl cut is great for women who aren’t afraid to be different. This is perfect for women with a bold sense of style. Thanks to the rise of South Korean content in fashion, pop culture, movies and more – the bowl cut is becoming a trend that those who aren’t afraid to try out something different can try. 


Faux hawk

A faux hawk is one of the easiest haircuts to care for. It also goes well with anything from formal to sporty. It elongates you face making it work especially well for people with round faces.


Stretched afro

Super easy, all you need is a little teasing and to transform your short kinky hair into a beautiful stretched afro. This hairdo will look best when partnered with hair oil and hair gel.


Edgy Undercut

Femininity is not an issue by going for a tapered fade for a more modern look on this classic cut.


Short curled hair with highlights

Mix in some highlights to your short natural hair to stand out even more, showcasing style and personality.


Silver pixie cut

This chop looks great not only on older women, but also on younger ones. Utilize great silver hair to look young and feel young.



This is an elegant hairstyle with many variations to choose from; most suit all shapes of faces


Classic cornrows

Playing with different designs in braids makes this classic look take on a fresh twist.


Short spiky layers

Short spiky layers give thinner hair a thicker appearance. This is excellent for people who want to appear to have a thicker set of locks.


Bantu knots

Need a new look but don’t have time to get a haircut? Take your short natural hair, twist it on itself and wrap it around for this quick look. Bantu knots are one of the easiest techniques to create a new do with existing hair in 2020.


The middle part bob

Make your bob stronger with a middle part and an asymmetrical cut.


Soft black curls

Black hairstyles for short hair can vary in texture and type, use a relaxer and a large barrelled curling iron to achieve this hip look. It looks very sweet, very feminine and it is the perfect hairstyle for when you want to look daintier.


Short dramatic edging

Texture, texture, texture, as they say brings this cut to life. Add an edge to your style by literally adding edges into this heavily textured hairdo.


Buzzed Side Pixie Bob

Frame your face with long bangs and short sides perfect for women with round faces looking for something different to do with their hair.


Pin Curls

Rock some sassy pin curls with bright colors to make you look fun, hip, and younger.


Messy Curls

Don’t you just get out of bed sometimes, look in the mirror and say “my hair is perfect!” Achieve this look consistently by using your favorite styling crème fluffing up your hair as you go.


Side haircut

A short cut with bangs will give you a great casual look in the same amount of time. Don’t be afraid to add color and texture to make your hair come alive.


Blunt Cut bob

Subtle blonde highlights are a good idea for this cut, taking it to the next level of beautiful bob cuts. Just add in the right colors and this haircut will go from a fifty to a full hundred. 


Pixie with long Swoopy layers

For black women, short styles are definitely in this 2020. Wear your hair naturally to make it fuller and healthier.


Side Part with Curls

This style is perfect for the modern day woman. From the office during the day to a night out, this hairstyle will not fail.


Pixie with Undercut and Bangs

This sassy and chic cut brings out the fashionable and edgy you. By shaving the sides of your head, it creates an edgy but very feminine look. Worn with the right outfits, you might just look like a model straight out of the fashion week runway. 


Voluminous Crochet Pixie

Compliments are guaranteed with this cut. With proper care and moisturizing, this hairstyle can last a long time.


Curls and Cornrows

Curls and cornrows is a versatile good combination giving you two looks in one. If you cannot decide whether you should cut your hair or have it braided – this look gives you the best of both worlds. 


Blonde hairstyle with dark roots

Be spontaneous with this blonde hairstyle that is both easy to maintain and easy to get done. This will look like an ombre look but for short hair. A lot of celebrities have been pulling off this look for ages now that it must be worth the try. 


Short Shag

A short wavy shag will look impressive at less than shoulder length. This should bring out the amazing angles of your face. Paired with the right outfit, you can look exceptionally cool and chic. 

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Celebrities & Entertainment

Heidi Klum Hair and Makeup Tips




As a longtime model and television personality, Heidi Klum knows a thing or two about putting her best face forward. And Heidi, recently shared with us some beauty tips and tricks she’s garnered over the years. Let’s see her favorite products, her go-to look, and a what fashion accessory she counts as a beauty must have once you keep reading.

What have you learned about hair care from working with Clear?

Heidi Klum: “What I thought was amazing is that no one has thought of nourishing the scalp before. Once the hair is already split, it’s split. You have to cut it. But because I have colored hair, I think it’s especially important to nourish hair from the scalp. Even if you don’t color your hair, it’s good to do that, because your hair gets stronger and shinier. You’re basically feeding your scalp and therefore your hair.”

Do you like playing with your hairstyles?

HK: “I always like to play with my hair, with my styles, and haircut — I go from bangs to growing it out again. I usually cut it and then I want to grow it out immediately! I think hair is our accessory. It’s like a great pair of shoes, like a great purse, or a bracelet. So I think you should take care of your hair and play with it and not always have it the same. You don’t always want to wear the same shoes or the same handbag either, so I think it’s fun to change it up.”

What’s your go-to look when you’re not working?

HK: “When I go on the red carpet or if I go to dinner, I dress up. I always try to do something special with my hair. When I’m just running around during the daytime, not so much. I’m usually wash-and-wear; I put it in a bun or ponytail.”

Any makeup tips for the real woman?

HK: “What I think is most hard for women is to find the right foundation. I think the BB creams really help because they’re much lighter with SPF, and they have coverage. My favorite is from a European company called Astor. It enhances your beauty, but it’s not necessarily completely covering you up. You don’t have to go crazy and wear too much makeup. Just pick a brown or shimmery eye shadow, always a little bit of mascara, and I think an eyelash curler is key. Have a nice glossy lip, and maybe a little rosy cheek. If you have a special date night or event, then try a little bit more with a cat eye or something, but not too much.”

What’s your favorite skin care product?

HK: “I do like Mario Badescu Buttermilk Moisturizer ($18) because I don’t like a lot of perfume on the skin. It’s not very complicated and fake and heavy.”

Is there a beauty product you always have in your handbag?

HK: “Not really so much but I have a lipstick that I like, just to have a bit of sheen on the lips so they don’t look too dry. I’m low maintenance. One of my biggest beauty products are my sunglasses.”

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Kendall Jenner Hair care Tips




Kendall Jenner may be one of the world’s highest-paid models [earning a cool $10 million this year alone) – and taking over every major catwalk show this season – but when it comes to her beauty buys she prefers to keep things very low-key.

So, how does she get her million-dollar locks to look so good? “I wash my hair every day and for some reason it works for me. I’ve been doing it since I was a baby,” Jenner shares, recognizing that her hair care secret isn’t all that groundbreaking, but one that she swears by.

Another reason? She loves her bedhead. Because Jenner was born with such straight strands, her other hair trick is sleeping with her hair wet. “I already was doing it all the time, but this hair stylist on set [reaffirmed that] if you just go to bed with your hair wet, you wake up in the morning and have texture. I have an issue with volume, so it always falls really flat. When I go to bed [with wet hair], I get little bumps and I love that,” she explains.

Additionally, ‘Kim [Kardashian West] likes Finesse shampoo, and now so do I,’ Kendall revealed. ‘I’ve tried all the expensive things, too. It just works for my hair and makes it so silky.’ Finesse shampoo contains active silk and soy protein, promising to ‘penetrate deep into the hair shaft to help restore and strengthen hair that’s damaged, dry or just straight up stubborn.’

Adding: ‘My hair has held up so much that every hairstylist has been like, ‘Why is your hair still so amazing?’ And I’m like, ‘I literally don’t do anything. I just use Finesse.’ And everyone’s like, ‘What?’”

Jenner has always looked to Kim and her other sisters for guidance, ever since she was little including skin cares and hair tips. But although she looked different than they did, in no way did they make her feel like an outsider, contrary to what was concluded in a recent interview she had with The Telegraph.

“I never said that in a way of like, trying to pull a pity party. I just meant we had different body types. I had to figure out what suited mine and what made sense for me,” Jenner explains of her interview. “My sisters were obviously, [and] still are, the people that I looked up to and when I was younger. I was much more impressionable, so I was trying to dress like them and then I’d [be like], ‘Why isn’t anything fitting me like it fits them?” she tells me.

And Kendall’s not the only A-lister who prefers to keep her beauty cupboard basic. Blake Lively admits to using mayonnaise in her hair to strengthen her bleached ends. And Miranda Kerr gives herself a weekly tea-steam facial to tighten her pores.

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Best Hair Masks in California for Less Than 10 Dollars




Dry, brittle strands may well be an indication your hair needs some TLC, and weather during the colder months can be making it worse. Enter hair masks. Although all hair types can enjoy an honest mask, these deep-conditioning, nutrient-rich formulas are especially great for dry hair, which may more easily split or break at the follicle.

Like face masks, hair masks aren’t necessarily for everyday use but as another step once you notice your hair could use a lift. Start by masking once per week, and adjust frequency looking on what your hair needs.

These 6 masks deeply condition even the foremost parched strands so hair looks and feels softer, shinier, and hair-commercial healthy. And these are also available around California!

Miracle Deep Conditioner Plus Keratin by It’s a 10

The nourishing it is a 10 formula lived up to its name when it earned an ideal score for its ability to condition hair and forestall damage within the Lab’s wet-combing test on hair samples.

It also rated highly for creating hair look smoother without leaving it greasy after application. “This mask definitely made my color-treated and damaged blonde hair softer and more manageable,” a tester said.

Intense Rescue Shots by Pantene Pro-V

Pantene’s innovative mask in ampoule form contains concentrated lipids to repair hair for barely more than a dollar a pop. “My dye- and hot tool–damaged hair felt stronger and even looked healthier once dry,” an expert tester said. Bonus: The small, single-use mask tubes are travel-friendly, too.

3 Minute Miracle Deep Conditioner by Pantene

Deep conditioners and masks are famous for his or her hydrating, repairing superpowers — but also for his or her heavy, volume-deflating weight. This is a breakthrough formula effective, yet light enough to nourish even the best strands.

Your hair will be softer than with any conditioner you have used before. The mask made hair noticeably silky, smooth and sleek without weighing it down, Lab evaluations found.

Royal Oils Deep Moisture Masque by Head & Shoulders

This next-level Head & Shoulders mask treats hair and scalp at the same time, softening strands with coconut oil and fighting flakes with active pyrithione zinc. Many Beauty Lab testers praised its scalp-itch relief. “Flakes disappeared” and “hair was softer than it’s ever been,” two said.  When we Lab tested on women with textured strands, this hydrating mask scored high for reducing scalp and hair dryness.

Keraphix Gel Treatment

Get a salon-style deep conditioning treatment at home with Nexxus’s keratin protein formula, which fortifies damaged, split, and breakage-prone hair.

Don’t Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Mask by Briogeo

This nutrient-rich formula is safe for all dry hair types including chemically treated, relaxed, and keratin-treated.

All Soft Mega Mega Mask by Redken

This unique deep treatment is among her all-time favorites, for its ability to deliver immediately noticeable results. 

It contains dual chambers that dispense hair-softening ingredients like soy and vegetable proteins and botanical extracts simultaneously.

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