In the 70’s there was a new trend originating from the lands of Japan. This centered on cuteness. Cute dresses, cute makeovers, cute shoes and cute looks. For this fashion outrage, a suitable hairstyle was required and that was the Kawaii hairstyle. The word ‘Kawaii’ in Japanese means, ‘Cute’. So, it is in other words, a cute hairstyle. If you want to sport it, just try it on. There are professional salons that are specialized in Kawaii hairstyles and it is not just for Asian or in particular Japanese hairs, but also for all kinds of western hairs as well.
A cute Japanese girl with kawaii hairstyle
There are many varieties in this hairstyle, but the main two categories will be the short and chunky ones and the soft flowing ones. In the first category, many such pieces are made and much styling gel is added to put them all in places, but the result is a dramatically asymmetrical look of cuteness. The other category is to have long and soft flowing hair ending with large curls or large waves. Japanese hair is not as thick as the rest of the Asiatic hair, so the Kawaii hairstyle, requiring soft to medium hair is not a problem because of it. Moreover, the hard hair, as some people would characterize Asiatic hair and red hair, is not that really hard naturally, since in many cases it is found that, it is all the previous coloring buildup in the outer layers of the hair. A proper treatment could make hair suitable for Kawaii hairstyles.
The initial cut is very much important in future maintenance of this hairdo, so the best recommendation if you want to have this hairdo, is to go in for a professional salon. In case you do not have one, you can search online for pictures and discuss it with your friendly hairstylist.