When you make your next hair appointment, most of the time you have a specific look or style that you’re going for. Something as simple as a new haircut can go a long way in affecting your attitude. If your new cut or color goes wrong it can leave you very upset. When you make your next hair appointment, most of the time you have a specific look or style that you’re going for.
What most people don’t know before they go in their hair appointment, is that there are basic steps they can take. These steps can ensure that things will definitely go your way.
Your Face Shape and Hair
Everyone has a different face shape. With your face shape, there are certain hairstyles that will be more flattering than others. Once you identify what category your face shape sits under (oval, round, square, or heart-shape) you can figure out what will work best for you. Tip: the easiest way to figure out your face shape is to look at your jawline.
It also comes in handy to really know your hair texture as it will play a part in your new look. If you have thin and fine hair or thick and curly hair you should be aware of what cut will look best. If you have bouncy curls don’t expect your stylist to recreate Gigi Hadid’s golden locks. Instead, have more realistic expectations and find a celebrity who has the same hair type as you to see how they make it work.
You get an amazing cut and then realize you have to change your routine in order to straighten your bangs in the morning. If you live a fast paced life and won’t have time to get ready like this in the morning, consider a more low maintenance look. Look for something that’s easy to get ready in the morning with just a comb through.
Ready For Change
If you’re next hair appointment is just for a touch up and trim, you don’t have much to worry about. If you’re thinking of creating a whole new look, remember it’s going to take some getting use to. Chopping off your waist length hair into a lob is going to be shocking at first. Make sure you take some time to think about a hair transformation. But don’t worry, if you don’t like your new cut you can always get hair extensions!
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