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The Short Chin Length <b>Hairstyles for Women</b> | Pop <b>Hairstyle</b> Today

Posted: 10 Dec 2014 06:48 AM PST

Have you applied the short chin length hairstyles? Women are identical to the long hair. It does not mean that all women must have long hair. Recently, there are many modern women who are applied short hairstyles in the daily life. Career women love it. Short hairstyles will be more flexible for them because they do not need much time to arrange their hair anytime. Their short hair which is until the chin level can be friendlier to accompany her wherever they go all day long. They will not face high difficulty to make fast move when they have short hair.

The Chin Length Hairstyles for Various Hair Colors

What is your hair color? In this world, people were born with some hair colors. This is the original colors. You can find black, brown, blonde, etc. The hair color is influenced by the genetic factor which is brought from the parents. This kind of short hairstyles is suitable for various hair colors. Whatever hair color you have, you will not worry to apply this hairstyle because it is proper for all hair colors. Your hair colors will be seen fresh because your face can be seen clearer by this short hairstyle.

Chin Length Hairstyles for Round Faces

What is your face shape? If you want to get the best appearance, you should recognize your face shape. It influences the suitable hairstyles for you. The hairstyles for round faces are the most appropriate choice if you have round face. The short hairstyles will make your round face more beautiful. Sometimes, women will be interested in the other hairstyles for other face shapes. Please remind that those hairstyles will not proper for your face although it is good for the other women. Are you ready to have fresh look by applying this short hairstyle for women?

Hagel changes <b>hair</b> policy after controversy | Military Times <b>...</b>

Posted: 13 Aug 2014 09:12 AM PDT

Dreadlocks, cornrows, twisted braids and other hairstyles popular among African American women will be more accepted across the military after a forcewide review of hairstyle policies prompted several changes, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said.

The three-month review came after a spate of complaints that service-level grooming policies were racially biased against black women who choose to wear their hair naturally curly rather than use heat or chemicals to straighten it.

"Each service reviewed its hairstyle policies to ensure standards are fair and respectful while also meeting military requirements," Hagel wrote in a letter to lawmakers on Capitol Hill notifying them of the changes Monday. "These reviews were informed by a panel of military personnel of mixed demographics reflective of our diverse force."

Three services — the Army, Navy and Air Force — have authorized additional hair styles, Hagel said.

The Marine Corps agreed to hold a special meeting of its uniform board later this year and is conducting a forcewide survey about whether the "twist" or "dreadlocks" styles should be permitted while in uniform.

The review concluded that the terms "matted and unkempt," which the Army and Air Force used to describe some dreadlocks and braids, are "offensive" and were removed from service grooming policies, Hagel said.

For some women, the hair regulations were derailing otherwise promising careers. For example, Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Jessica Sims, a 12-year sailor, wears her hair in long, tightly twisted locks pulled into a bun when she's in uniform.

No commanders ever complained about her hair, Sims said, until she was assigned as a teacher at the Navy's boot camp, Recruit Training Command Great Lakes in Illinois. There, the 32-year-old sailor with an unblemished record was told to cut her hair or wear a wig, and when she refused, her commanders processed her for separation for "serious misconduct."

Sims's case was put on hold recently by Navy Secretary Ray Mabus, who asked for additional review.

Hagel's policy made service-specific changes:


■ Increased the size of authorized braids, cornrows and twists and eliminated the spacing requirement.

■ Authorized temporary two-strand braids.

■ Authorized a ponytail during physical training.

■ Eliminated the terms "matted and unkempt" from grooming policy.


■ Authorized two-strand twists.

■ Authorized multiple braids to hang freely if they remain above the collar and encompass the whole head.

Air Force

■ Authorized two-strand twists, French twists and Dutch braids.

■ Changed the term "dreadlocks" to "locs."

■ Eliminated the terms "matted and unkempt" from grooming policy.

Marine Corps

■ Will convene a special uniform board this summer to consider expanding authorized hair styles.



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