Happy New Year to you all. It's that time of year again where you feel the need to re-invent yourself for the New Year ahead. Start Fresh , Clear outs, healthy eating and a new look. Here are 5 things to think about before you make that decision of a new style.
Consider your hair’s natural texture: Fine hair generally looks thicker when it is shorter, and the longer it gets the more straggly and thinner it looks. That’s why people with finer, straighter hair may find it easier to go for a shorter look, as it will make their hair appear fuller. Whilst people with thicker hair may want to keep some length to weigh it down.
Take a closer look at your growth pattern: If you’re thinking about having a fringe, I would recommend paying close attention to your growth pattern, particularly any cowlicks in the front. These can determine whether you end up loving or hating your new fringe.
Have a round face? Steer clear of short hair and fringe: Most of the time, it’s best for people with a round shaped face to stay away from shorter cuts and fringes as it can accentuate the roundness, however, that’s not to say you can’t go with a longer version of a short cut, maybe keeping the front longer. A slightly longer length around the face can narrow a round face or a broad jaw, also adding rounded layers around the face can give the illusion of a fuller cheeks.
Have a long face? Avoid long hairstyles: Generally, if you have a long face, shorter hair will flatter you more and balance out your look by adding some width as Long hair, alternatively, could make your face look even longer.
Ask yourself how much time you’re willing to spend styling your hair each morning: I advise that when when choosing a new do it comes down to how much time you’re willing to spend styling it. Most styles can be blow-dried into the style if cut properly, but if you’re not willing to put the work and time into it to get your desired look and it’s drastically different from what you have now I would suggest to go down a more easy to manage style.