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Written by  06 Jan 2012 812
Planning For A Hair Cut

Are you looking out for a change? Before cutting or coloring your hair, one should always take baby steps and be patient. Face cut is the most essential thing, which decides a hair style that will look perfect on you. Besides face cut, even the straightness or curliness of hair, personality and lifestyle of a person matters a lot. It is always recommended to go to a professional hair stylist to get the desired hair style which suits your face cut and personality. One’s hair style has a great impact on his/her personality.

 

There are different hairstyles for different face cuts, be it oval face, round face, triangular face, diamond face, square face, or heart-shaped face. For example, Women having round face; the suitable style is, that adds angels and helps conceal round cheeks. For people, who have short hair, it is better to have a cut with most of the hair on the top and less on sides and those who have long hair can have hairstyle with waves surrounding the face.

There are certain things which should be kept in mind before going for a haircut. Don’t get stuck in a trend trap. Adapt the trend; make it work for you. For this, you need to have an in-depth consultation with your hairstylist. Together, the two of you can understand your hair, its texture, and its moods, so to say.

Pictures of hairstyles you see in magazines last only for the moment in which that shot was taken. Your hair, on the other hand, needs to look presentable all through the day. The way you style it says a lot about you. A simple cut can change one’s image dramatically.

So before you go in for a transformation, questions that need to be raised are: how do you dry your hair, how do you brush it? Looking in a three-way mirror, see if there is anything you like or don’t like about how your hair presently looks, what do you want to change about it? Do you need more volume or less? Is a particular part of your hair unmanageable? Once you have figured out the answers, listen to what your stylist has to say. You know your hair best, but he/she is an expert. After all, you don’t go to a doctor and tell him what medicine to prescribe.

Just as you do with trends, you need to adapt a color to suit you – your complexion, your image. Largely speaking, blonde doesn’t work on the yellowish, Indian skin tone. Black, reds, coppers, work better. Of course, there will always be exceptions. Remember, if you like a color, you don’t have to completely cover your hair with it. It might look better as highlights. Figure this out with your hairstylist.

These days’ salons provide the facility of computerized hair cut. First, a close up picture is taken of your face cut and the same is uploaded to virtual makeover software. Then, with the help of the software, they show your face with different hairstyles. You may choose the best which suits you.

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