You can’t choose a hairstyle just because it looks good on someone else. You want your new hairdo to work for you and your lifestyle.
Here is seven questions to ask yourself before getting a new haircut:
1. What’s your lifestyle?
If you are spending half of your waking time at the gym you’ll need a different hairdo than someone who spends most of her time in the office.
2. Are you fashionable or conservative?
Are you willing to take fashion risks? Are you willing to look different than everyone else? Or perhaps you prefer something classic? What type of clothes are you wearing?
3. What’s the overall image you want to present?
Are you sporty, classic, or sexy? What type of lifestyle do you lead? Your image is closely related to your lifestyle.
4. What’s your face shape?
If your face is round you’ll benefit from asymmetrical lines and mixing different lengths, while someone with long face can have an edgy shortcut. You can read more about face shapes here.
5. What’s your hair texture?
If you have thin, fine hair your choices must be very different from someone who has African hair.
Essential oils for hair are a good way to improve strength of your hair.
6. What’s your body type?
Does your hairstyle work with your silhouette? For example, if you have large head, you’ll need a proportional hairdo. The same is true for a very small head.
7. How much time and money you are willing to spend on maintenance?
If your haircut looks good only when styled by a professional hairdresser, are you willing to spend the necessary time, money and effort to look good at least most of the time?