Seven Haircuts To Try: 2016 Edition

Hello there!

How is everyone doing? I am not in one of my best forms, have been better. But well, that doesn’t stop me from blogging and talking to you all. ❤

I’ve been asked by a lot of you through DMs and messages on what haircuts to go for after you saw my super cool haircut (Just kidding!). I am so grateful to each one of you for the compliments and love you’ve showered upon me the last few months. Blogging has definitely been the best decision I ever made. It made me realize that there are so many wonderful people out there in the world I never knew existed. Coming to you guys whenever I feel low is a wonderful feeling. With all honesty, you guys are now a big part of my tiny little heart, so thank you. (:

And well, since you insisted (not!), I decided on doing one of my “SEVEN” best blogs for you. If you don’t know what I mean, you need to read this and this. 🙂

So here is a list of Seven Hairstyles you should definitely try this season. They are not arranged in order of preference so I love number 8 as much as number 1! Gotcha! There is NO number 8. Okay, Sorry.

  1. Layered Bob/Lob: Whether you have poker straight hair or wavy ones, this one is an absolute joy to have! It’s sexy and it’s low maintenance. Although if you do have voluminous hair you might need a little mouse to texturize it and tone it down. But if your hair is limp, this cut will give an added illusion of volume.
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Layered Bob/Lob
  1. Bob With Bangs: Cute as cute can get, bangs are my favourite this season (for obvious reasons) but bangs with a short bob takes the cuteness a notch higher. If you really wish to chop off your hair, this is a haircut I am betting will make heads turn. Although I do recommend side swept bangs for a round face. Front bangs with a short bob on a round face may be a little overwhelming to have.
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Bob With Bangs
  1. Over Grown Layers: If Selena Gomez has them, you shouldn’t need any further convincing. For all the women out there who are afraid to cut their length short but still want a change, this haircut is a classic. It’s modest and in vogue. I also like the fact that it works well with straight and wavy hair both.
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Over Grown Layers
  1. Asymmetrical Angled Lob: An edgy haircut that’s trending this year is the asymmetrical lob. Although I would never muster the courage to try this (I have this thing about things looking symmetrical), if you don’t suffer from the same disorder I do, go give it a shot and share pictures with me!
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Asymmetrical Angled Lob
  1. Bangs with Long Hair: Yay! You know why this remains to be on the list right? If not, you should probably click here. Duh. Anyways, another long hair favourite, this haircut is adorable for more than one reason and it makes you look much younger than you actually are. So give it a try. A couple of my friends/followers have actually taken cues and gotten this cut already but if you haven’t yet, I’d suggest you give it a shot. But let me be honest, you don’t wake up looking like this. Atleast I don’t. Its all over my head like a halo. But it can be tamed. No need to stress out.
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Bangs with Long Hair
  1. Angled Bob: Edgy yet feminine for some reason, this is a haircut you must try if you intend on going for a bob. You could keep them straight, wavy or curl them a little. That’s totally on you. But don’t they look amazing in side pictures? drools
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Regular Angled Lob
  1. Pixie Cut: Are you really an experimentalist? If yes, this is a haircut you must try. I do feel it looks best on angular faces with a strong law line though. But if you are round faced like how I am, and strong headed like how I am, you’ll get it regardless. 🙂
Pixie Cut


I hope this article helped you in some way and gave you inspirations for your next visit to a hair salon. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to write in the comments section below or DM me on Instagram or inbox me on Facebook. If you want tips on what haircut would suit your face type, send me a picture of you on the above portals and I promise to get back to you. ❤

With Love,



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Long Hair. Don’t Care. Ft. JCB

When a salon like Jean Claude Biguine invites you to come down and experience their salon services, you must understand what you are in for: you are in for some really professional treatment. I was no different. I walked into JCB’s Lokhandwala branch with a happy smile and boy, the smile just grew as the day advanced!

I have been asked about my hair care regime frequently and well I am a home-remedy kind of girl so if you’ve been following me, you must have read my previous blog on towel therapy. If not, here’s a link.

Since I have really long hair we had already decided for a hair care regime for me over the phone. Solo was my hairstylist and consultant for the day and I have to mention that he was very(read slowly) patient. I know it only too well how difficult it can get to manage long hair and this guy here was a gem. We began by talking about the kind of hair issues I had. I was only too keen to crib! After I’d shared my woes (!), Solo suggested what kind of treatment would suit my hair best. I have frizzy hair and a flaky scalp. I used to think dandruff and flaky scalp were one and the same but apparently not! We went in for an SP INTENSE ALCHEMY hair spa for my hair where the scalp and the hair was treated separately. It began with a really relaxing hair wash. After the hair wash, my hair were towel dried and the excess water was removed. A mixture of SP Keratin Restore with SP Balance Scalp mask was made which was then applied to the length of my hair while Wella’s Smoothen infusion was massaged in. I was kept in a dimly lit room and it helped in relaxing me a little. After the hair was given a steam, Solo rinsed out the products from my hair and gave me a nice blow dry!




Results? My hair felt so much more smoother and I felt so much more relaxed after this rejuvenating spa. I do realize that one session will not change my hair, but I felt happy to have treated them to some good treatment nonetheless. If visiting JCB Lokhandwala, ask for Solo! 🙂

  • Charges: Rs. 2500 excluding tax
  • Hairstylist: Solo


With Love,



Picture credits: The amazing Akash Pandey who you’ll be seeing me work with in the next couple of shoots. 🙂