By On Apr 05, 2018 Short Hairstyles
Theres nothing wrong with going into a salon and putting yourself in the professional hands of a stylist. But if you want to ensure you will get a cut you will love, do your research first. My advice is to peruse magazines, this Website and/or Pinterest, and find a few looks you covet. Consider the hair texture of these women and if they match yours. If they have wavy, coarse, curly, fine, straight hair, yours should too. Hairstyles have little to do with age. If the cut you love is on a 20-something, it might also work on you.
If you are thinking of a change and want to go from frumpy to cool, skip the old-lady salons. Instead, make an appointment with a salon that caters to stylish women in your area. Ask women whose hair you admire where they go. Look on Yelp for reviews of salons.
Who can wear this look? Anyone with guts, really. This cut is more about attitude than your face shape, according to stylist Matt Fugate to the Glo website. This cut works best on coarse, thick hair. Fine hair will just fall flat without the help of a ton of styling products. A good stylist is adept at funky hairstyles and knows to follow the shape of your head rather than just your face shape when cutting a short, edgy style.
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