Rocker Hairstyles for 2012

Rocker Hairstyles for 2012 – The rocker fashion never really seems to go out of style. From gothic to punk to grunge to scene, Rock-N-Roll has no generational gap. But just as with every other fashion sense, the Rock-N-Roll evolves and changes as time moves on. So what are some new and popular ‘Rocker’ hairstyles for 2012?

Choppy-Straight Cut

The ‘choppy straight cut’ is a cute bob-like hair style. It features shoulder length hair cut into multiple different layers. The layers are very pronounced and noticeable- they literally look like someone took a pair of scissors and just went wild. Some pieces of hair seem to have a ‘point’. It’s a cute style that is great for straight hair and looks good on almost any face shape.
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Red Hair

Red hair is in. Dark red hair is a new style that’s made a big appearance in modern day Rocker fashionistas. This color looks great on people with straight or wavy hair and can literally accent any skin tone, from the darkest dark to the lightest light.
Dark-red    red-hair

Straight Black with Bangs

This cute style is traditional, classy, and one of the best ‘subtle’ styles that also has a total Rocker vibe. Jet black hair is a beautiful way to make a bold statement, and adding blunt eye-brow length bangs to the style makes a geometric look that is absolutely darling. This style looks great on people with high cheek bones. The length of the hair isn’t as important, but the blunt bangs and dark color look best when added to longer styles.
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