Women have always been more aware of fashion than men. Our reasons for looking our best from childhood and fixing our baby dolls hair to being Grandma in the family portrait changes in each step of life we take. In school we want to look attractive to show off and to get the young men to look at us. Of coarse there are always those special occasions such as prom and our wedding to resist getting our hair cut but we should still keep a small trim regularly so those updos whether they have curls and\or braids look smooth. Long hair is romantic Curls are feminine and will always be stylish. As we mature excessive long hair can become our worst enemy. The extra weight can pull down our features causing us to look older. It could be time to start looking at some mid-length hair styles.
Mid-length hair styles include all the bobs. Bobs are one of the most versatile cuts for women. You can pick just about any length from the ears to the shoulders. It can be blunt and all one length. Add a few layers to soften the look and give some movement for straight hair. The more layers your hair has, the fuller and fluffier the hairstyle will be. Great cut for curly or wavy hair. Bangs is another way to spruce up this cut. Straight full bangs or longer side swept bangs are a great way to change the look. But be careful if you have a stubborn cowlick, it will be boss.
Once you commit to short hair there is no going back. It take time and patience to achieve long hair again. To be truthful though most of us are too busy to spend a lot of time on our hair. Many of us want styles that are fast and easy. With the many variations of the classic pixie it can be personalized to enhance any face shape; round, square, heart shaped or the coveted oval shape face. When choosing a hair cut and style keep in mind your hair type and texture. The secret to controlling curly hair is to work with the curls, not against them. The same holds true with wavy hair. A medium to long style is your best choice. Short your hair may become too poufy. Sometimes curly hair gets curlier the shorter it is cut but with others the longer and heavier it gets drags the curl looser. Whatever the case may be let the curl and wave benefit you.
Why is Hair Texture Important for Determining Your Haircut Styling?
Texture is whether your hair is coarse or fine, not to be confused with the amount of hair you have, thick or thin. Your hair may be fine but you have an abundance of it. Thick hair can accommodate most cuts but if your hair is thin it may look stringy as it gets long. Remember not only does the haircut make the style but so does the color and styling products you use. So when you are looking at pictures, ask yourself what is it you like about the style. How much time do you want to spend on the upkeep? It will be our pleasure to guide you to make the best choice of style to looking great.