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Tired of having a bad hairstyling experience every time you visit the salon? Well, fret not! As Hair Style Channel is giving you handy advice that you can go through to avoid such bad experiences and enjoy visiting a salon every time.
Do you know that your attitude can be the reason holding you back from changing your hairstyle? Read this article to understand what is preventing you from getting a hairstyle change, sort out your inner feelings and be ready to embrace a new hairstyle.
The relationship between you and your hairstylist is very important. It is not just for the cutting, colouring and styling services but also ensuring you get a positive salon experience and leave with a hairstyle that you’re happy with.
Thinking of a hairstyle change? But don’t know what’s the right amount of time to get it to change. Don’t fret! Explore this article now to help you decide when you are ready to make the change.
Getting a hair consultation is an essential part of any hair care routine, especially when it comes to deciding on a new hairstyle or colour change, and it should be done before you begin any type of hair service. Often having consulted helps find the best shoulder-length hairstyles for women and men that suit our face cut.
many miracle treatments are on the market that claim to have properties that will seal your split ends, however I am here to tell you that they are of a cosmetic nature only, filling the hair with silicones mostly to make it look and feel better. While some of these products will indeed help protect the hair from the elements, the split end needs to be amputated, cut off and removed as the best cause of action.
Yes, if you don’t cut off, remove the split ends they will travel up the hair shaft and cause more damage due to how the inside layer (the cortex) is exposed to all elements and the sun. Cutting split ends seals the hair, and is actually the best way to get longer hair because as it grows it won’t break off.
Naturally coarse wiry hair is what many people are born with unless you have damaged your hair from overusing chemicals, heat appliances, or the environment.
The hair can feel dry because of how the cuticle sticks out at 45 degree angles, and also because of this, it is easy for coarse curly hair to actually dry out.
Curly hair that is coarse needs to be carefully cut all starting with a plan based around the type of curl, length of the hair, and then a person’s face shape, lifestyle, home hair care options, and available time.
Some great haircuts for curly hair include
The best haircuts for coarse wavy hair vary depending on the length of the hair, and some of these include;
Great haircuts for straight coarse hair include some of the following
Getting the best haircut for coarse hair depends on the texture and condition of the hair. Further to this, the best haircut for coarse hair also depends on a person’s face shape, personality, lifestyle, and other important factors.
The best haircut for coarse hair is one that helps keep it in shape without too much work or effort.
There are many hairstyles that work perfectly for fine hair types, making the hair looker thicker, more solid, even without any body and these include:
If you have fine hair you should avoid some of the following things:
Straight hair can be cut in many ways, using a variety of haircutting techniques such as blunt cutting, sliced edges, chipping, razor cutting, layering, tapering, and much more, all on short, medium, and long hair lengths.
Straight hair is easy to work with, but consideration must be given to how it falls naturally, working with the amount of hair, all against a person face shape, lifestyle, and personality
Curly hair comes in 3 ranges that include
The answer to this often-asked question is that
Layer cuts on curly hair are great at defining curls, allowing movement and bounce from eliminating weight. Layering curly hair is definitely good, and all about adding shape to create a hairstyle that will suit the individual.
There a number of ways to make straight hair change to curly or wavy, however they can be grouped into two categories.
The thing about bangs is most people have tried them at least once in their lifetime and have either had a great experience or a really bad one.
What’s important to remember about bangs is that they do have an effect on hairstyles and other important elements such as;
The short answer is NO. The longer answer is no don’t razor cut wavy or curly hair unless you are wanting it to frizz, look wiry, like it has split ends. The reason is that razor cutting slices hair on an angle, and also removes only some (not all) of the hair, and when hair is wavy or curly and razor cut, the shorter pieces with less weight spring up between longer pieces making a bushy, frizzy effect.
It is a good idea to get your hair trimmed by your hairdresser every 4-6 weeks.
Regular trims ensure that;
There was a time not so long ago that every young lady (sorry guys no disrespect) was told to brush their hair 100 times in the morning and another 100 times at night with a good natural bristle brush.
This was very important for long hair types as it ensured that
The art of brushing hair was sadly lost back in the eighties and nineties when perms and brushing were not a good match.
This answer depends on your lifestyle, hairs length, and hair type.
For example, if you live a sporty lifestyle you will need to shampoo your hair every single day and so will need to consider a hairstyle and home haircare regime that will help facilitate this.
On the other hand, if you work inside out of the elements, have normal to dry hair and scalp on short hair, you should only be shampooing it 2-3 times per week.
There is no right or wrong answer here, fine hair can look amazing short with stylish one length looks and bangs, but it can also look great when it’s straight and all the one length, precision cut. Wavy and curly fine hair types can also look great short or long.