It’s not a new thing for the ladies to get their hair cut, but some ladies just don’t feel comfortable going the traditional route.
So, here’s a tip: Don’t let a vintage hairstyle put you off getting a good, fresh, clean haircut, says Gail M. Smith, a hairstylist at Hausman & Schuster in Hollywood.
“You can get your hair cut really fresh and that’s what makes a great haircut, not just a great look,” says Smith.
“A lot of women like a clean look.”
Smith says you should avoid the style of the “cute lady” that you see in ads, and instead focus on the style that works best for your style.
“Most of us are not the most fashionable, but a clean, elegant style is what you want,” she says.
And if you want to go all-natural, there’s always the option of getting your hair styled by a professional.
You can check out salon tips and styling tips from experts like Dr. Michelle Fenton at Salon de l’Oréal.
“In my experience, a professional can look for the exact type of hair type you have, whether you’re naturally blonde or brunette, and work with your hair,” says Fenton.
“And they can also do some amazing hair extensions and extensions to the top part of your head and neck.”
Here’s how you can get a good haircut that fits your personality:Smith recommends starting with a hair color that you like, and then work your way up to a hair style that suits your personality.
She also says to go for a natural, short-cut style that is not too full-bodied or over-the-top.
“That will work with all hair types,” she advises.
If you want a hair cut that looks a little more professional, you can opt for a straight cut, which cuts your hair back at the ends.
“It’s also a great way to do a natural hairstyle,” says Hausmann.
“If you have very short hair, you want that straight, full-cut look, but if you have longer hair, it’s great for a more full-figured look,” she adds.
Smith also recommends choosing a color that will be in keeping with the rest of your look.
“Avoid colors that are overly pigmented,” she explains.
“Try to go a little lighter for an effect.”
You can also choose a style that will give your hair some texture, and that will allow you to wear it for longer periods of time.
“Make sure that your hair is soft and not too thick, and if you’re using a straight or a curling iron, use the same amount of pressure,” says the hairstylists.
“There’s a difference between brushing a hairpiece and lifting it,” she notes.
“Use a gentle hand and be gentle and take your time.”
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