7 feb. 2010
Sometimes a “bad hair day” can very easily become a “bad hair week” without fair warning. Sometimes the weather may be rainy and humid all week long, the hairstylist may have chopped our locks entirely the wrong way, but despite our dismay, life does go on! So, what shall we do than?
The truth is that many people do not know what else to do with their hair.
Hair styles tips was set up because after reading magazine after magazine only to find no real advice, nor the latest and best advice, we decided to put together our own information resource and have made all this information available for free.
After years of short, choppy layers dominating the catwalk and celebrity circuit, it seems that long layers are finally making a return to popularity. And it's not hard to see why: a long layered cut is one of the most versatile hairstyles you can choose from, and flatters the majority of face shapes. It's easy to maintain and gives volume and texture to flat hair, while providing the ideal shape for naturally curly hair. Curly Hair is perhaps the most versatile. You can blow-dry it straight, use rollers of various sizes to adjust the natural curls, or let it go soft and curly on its own.
When choosing your hairstyle, remember that you'll have a much easier time if you choose a style that lets hair do what it wants.
Fine hair has the appearance of softness, which can be very feminine and appealing. However, if you want it to look thicker, you should have it layered slightly. A soft body wave adds fullness and hair coloring can also give more body and make it look thicker.
Straight Hair can be thick or thin but when in perfect, shiny condition, it gives the impression of a shimmering sheet of hair. A straight, blunt cut to the length you decide is best. A body wave will create movement and curlers will help add height.
When you look today at the sheer number of tools and appliances available today to assist you in styling your hair, it's easy to get confused. What do I need? Will that work on my hair?
No surprises here - heat styling your hair is bad for it. Whether you're using a hairdryer, straightener or curling tongs, the heat generated from these appliances will weaken the hair shaft, prompting split ends. In order to keep your mane as healthy as possible, you should aim to only style your hair three times a month (or less). Think about it this way - yes, a perfectly styled mane looks good at the time, but after years of taking heat, it won't be long before your hair starts to split. Aren't you better off taking care of your hair's future, rather than ravaging it in the here and now? I believe the answer is yes.
Another thing that most women tend to ignore is that we must never present ourselves to the stylist with our hair not done. Remember that styling our hair before getting a cut is essential, as it offers the stylist essential information about us. For instance, if they can see we’re no good with a blow-drier, then they will know to go into the other direction, by giving us a ‘do that looks great when air-dried as well, the mag says.
If you're bored with your hair's current length and want a change, make sure you do your research before committing to a new style. Most hair disasters occur when you haven't thought about it enough, and you choose to do something impulsive.
First things first, the magazine tells us, we must always pick a stylist based on what they can do and not because of their reputation.
As the stylist cuts our hair, remember, we must pay attention for this is no time to start texting our friends or carefully studying our manicure. If we see the cut is heading in a direction that is not what we want, we must speak out so that the stylist knows to stop.
You must be honest with yourself! In general you will want to accentuate your best features and minimize your least favorite when choosing a hairstyle. For instance if you have larger forehead than you might want to have bangs, but if you have the most beautiful eyes than you dont want to cover them up with hairstyles with long bangs.
Look at your face shape! Hairstyles for rounder faces would normally be longer, possibly shoulder length, to minimize the width of your face. On the other hand a hairstyle for a longer faces could be shorter with bangs with hair flipped outward to give your face a wider appearence. For many, the question of whether or not short hairstyles would look good on them, is one that comes up over and over again right before a trip to the stylist. Depending on who you ask and the style you are trying to achieve, short hairstyles can look great on every face.
Movies are filled with beautiful women who accentuate their originality, rather than minimize it. This world, had grown so much smaller in these last years, has made us very conscious of our once foreign neighbors. Our new sophistication has broadened our ideas of beauty as well. We no longer laugh at differences or think them peculiar. We can see loveliness in a Chinese girl, in an Indian girl, in an African girl, and appreciate their brand of beauty, along with our own. Ourhairstyles have become supra-national to. We've borrowed them from every corner of the world.
Remember: „We live in a time when no one hairstyle is considered the fashion of the day!”
By Fairy Design at 09:53