Your hair is a living breathing part of yourself; its texture, color, your hairstyling adds to your personality. Yes, hair can definitely be considered a fashion statement, or a fashion accessory to a stylish outfit.  I think hair really is so important and of such a great part of oneself.  We must care about our hair. It needs regular washing, oiling, and nourishment to stay healthy. Just as a plant or a fruit tree needs to be properly pruned, your hair, too, needs this same proper attention. When defining what a good haircut is, there are many factors that come into play.

Significant attributes to consider include face shape, hair texture, growth patterns, and cowlicks (a cowlick is a section of hair that stands straight up or lies at an angle at odds with the style in which the rest of an individual’s hair is worn) and, more important is lifestyle. What’s your profession? Are you a teacher, a doctor, a counselor, a floweriest, painter, singer, author?  Are you free spirited person? Are you a freak-out? Are you a restricted person, an introvert or an extrovert? Your hairstyle tells a lot about your personality.

It is nice to go to the parlor and browse through pictures of hairstyles. Each face is different and looks nice in the book because of a particular hairstyle. Your hair style goes so much deeper than a haircut. After all, your finished hair style should be an expression of your inner and outer beauty. A hair stylists services initiate with what you want to look like. Especially, it is important to be aware if a particular hairstyle would work for you or not.  It is important to know that your stylist cannot copy a cut from a book until you have the same face shape and hair texture that is in a picture.  Be realistic and consider the fabric (texture of hair) or reflection that is currently on your head when you’re considering a new cut and style.

A good haircut starts with a great consultation. Many times in my experience, we are often drawn to what we want and but we don’t have. When people go for some picture just because they are drawn to it, the stylist’s job becomes difficult. Your height, body built-up, skin color, hair texture, shape of face, sharpness or bluntness of features everything matters. The way you talk, the way you walk, the way you carry yourself also matters. Think of haircut as the foundation on which your style will stand out.

When visualizing a good haircut, you must see all the hairs cut according to the texture, so that each individual strand is working for the common goal of the overall style.  A good haircut should not have to rely only on a bunch of styling products to do its job. A good haircut matters because it is the cut itself that makes our hair an attractive feature of our personality.

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