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 6 Steps to Finding Your Hair Style

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Are you usually unsatisfied with your hair style?  Do you go to the salon every time with high hopes only to be disappointed upon departure? 

If so, then maybe you need to do a little more research before you decide on a hair style.  Not every hair style will work or look good on any one.  There are important considerations that one must consider with each hair style.  Below is a short summary of the 6 steps to follow to find the perfect hair style

For a more detailed version of the 6 steps, please refer to http://www.HRMakeovers.com/hair_makeover.htm

Step 1:

Determine your face shape.  This is extremely important. 

To determine your face shape, pull all of your hair back into a ponytail or clip. Stand in front of a mirror and trace the outline of your face onto the mirror using something removable (i.e. a bar of soap, washable marker, etc.). Next, stand back and look at the shape that you drew. Does it look more oval, round, square, heart shaped or oblong? It could be the combination of any of these shapes.

Step 2:

Determine your hair type and texture. 

Straight Hair: This hair has no wave or curl. Straight hair typically has natural shine and body.

Curly Hair: This hair has a tighter S-shaped curl with lots of volume. Curly hair is high-maintenance and can appear dull-looking and frizzy. Help from leave-in conditioners and shine enhancers will help alleviate this problem.

Black Hair: This hair is usually dry, brittle and fine. Use of conditioning products and daily massage can gently promote health hair.

Fine Hair: This type of hair can look very lifeless soon after washing. Always use hair care products specially formulated for fine hair.

Chemically Treated: Many hair color processes can change the make up of your hair permanently. Always use shampoos/conditioners designed for colored hair. Also, check that the products contain sunscreen in them to protect your hair from damage caused by the sun.

Coarse Hair. This hair can look very wiry after shampooing. Use of leave-in conditioner to close and smooth the cuticle will help, along with regular deep-conditioning treatments.

Normal: This type of hair is neither prone to oiliness or dryness.

Dry: This type of hair will look dull, lifeless and parched, even sometimes frizzy and straw-like.

Oily: This type of hair will look oily, dull and dirty along the whole hair shaft.

This type of hair will begin to show oiliness about 5-6 hours after washing, while the ends remain dry. This can be caused by the use overuse of conditioners and styling products or by humidity and pollution.

Step 3: Look for hair styles that you like.

Search magazines, online websites and ask your hair stylist for hair style examples.

Step 4: Decide if bangs should be a part of your hair style.

Step 5: Try hair styles on  Step 6:  Print copies of all the hair styles that you like and write notes on them about what you like.  For example, you like the bangs from this style, the back fromthis style, etc.  This way, your hair stylist may be able to create a custom hair style that suits your face shape and parts of hair styles that you like.


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