Big ears, oddly shaped, or even too small of ears can affect your self-confidence. Although a lot of people find all types of ears charming, it’s important that you feel your best. There are multiple ways to disguise or hide your ears including double-stick tape and accessories but one of the easiest and most permanent ways to cover your ears is with the right haircut. These haircuts are for those girls who want shorter more medium length hairstyles that cover their ears.
Medium length Layered Pixie with Bangs
A longer pixie cut that has razored-layered edges and longer bangs is a flattering cut for most face shapes and every hair texture. This is a great way to create a shorter hairstyle that is cohesive and subtly and naturally covers your ears. The long bangs will slow into the longer layers around the ears to frame your face and bring attention to your eyes and cheekbones.
A Asymmetric Bob
A short and trendy medium length hairstyle that combines soft elegance, edge and covers your ears is an asymmetric bob. This haircut can work well for women with both straight, wavy, fine or thick hair and flatters most face shapes. Unfortunately the look is not best for women with round face shapes. It’s up to your personal preference how long and how dramatic you want the asymmetric look to be. It can be subtle and long or dramatic with a short side that just covers one years and long on the other side. Choose a cut that works for your face shape.
A Short Shag Can Help Cover the Ears
Don’t worry; we’re not suggesting that you get the 1970’s rocker shag, unless that is what you are into. The shag has come along way and the modern shag is effortlessly flawless. This shorter look just covers your ears and can be easy to maintain. However, the layers will need trims and you might need some product to add texture to the shag. Add some side-swept bangs to really compliment this haircut.
This haircut isn’t for every girl but if you can pull it off we definitely recommend it. The inverted bob is longer in the front and shorter in the back, often with stacked layers. Again this bob has a lot of versatility and the back can be dramatically short like Victoria Beckham’s famous stacked inverted bob or long and subtle. Either way this is a great way to add length around your ears and the front of your face but reaping the benefits of manageable medium length hair.
A Classic Bob
The classic bob is one that lies right past the ears, making it perfect for ladies who want shorter hair that covers the ears. Another great quality about this look is that you can make it work regardless of your hair type, face shape or personal style. From the retro bob with shorter blunt bangs to a subtle layered bob or something with side-swept bangs and lots of volume, this look can work for everyone.