Styles - Which Hair Styles are Best for you?
are an important part of life. Ever see a great hair style on
somebody else, only to try it and discover (after it was too
late) that the hair style wasn't quite right for you? You can
blame your hair stylist, your over-active sense of adventure, a
Day, or realize that not all hair styles
work for you.
Why not? And more importantly,
what can be done about bad hair styles?
Finding the Right Hair
It might not seem fair, but
your hair styles are limited, to some degree, by the
genes your parents passed you --> be it wavy, thin, or a
certain color. Of course, with advances in hair straightening,
extensions, coloring, and Hair
Products there is much you can overcome. First, you
must understand what you're starting with. Take some time to
examine yourself in the mirror and answer the following
questions about your hair and the hair styles for
Hair Styles and Hair
- What type of hair do you
have? Curly, wavy, or straight? This sets you up for
certain hair styles right away!
- What texture and density
is your hair? Thin, thick, or coarse?
- What sort of facial
features do you have? Delicate, pronounced? Does one part
of your face draw attention that perhaps you wished it
wouldn't? If so, the proper hair styles can
- What type of face shape
are you? Are you oval, round, heart, pear, or
- What type of hair style do
you want? Are you looking for a Formal Hairstyle, or do you feel
more like doing a Sexy, Short
Hairstyle? Is it a special occasion like prom
and you want a Prom
Hairstyle or are
you just looking to see what type of Hairstyles are out
- Once you have answered these questions,
here are some guidelines and helpful hints. Be sure to
check back often, we intend to update the following
information and techniques weekly.
- Do you have a
pronounced jaw? Hair styles tip: Try shoulder
length hair, worn away from the chin.
- Do you have
delicate facial features? Shorter hair styles, just
below jaw level and swept inward, will help
accentuate your features.
- Do you have
coarse, thick hair? Do not try and wear a hair
style that is straight. Instead, find a cut that
lets your hairs fullness show. Try shoulder length
or longer and be sure to select the proper
conditioner for added control.
- If your face is
heart shaped, try a longer hair cut with soft
- Round faces need
to have layered hair styles to present a thinner
If you have any specific
questions or comments, please let us know. We look foward to
hearing from you and will do our best to help you with your