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Getting A Haircut That Matches Your Shape

Aug 8, 2008
Choosing a new hairstyle is a difficult thing for any woman to do, so it is especially stressful when it comes time to getting a new haircut. There are certain things that you should think about before you actually go to the salon and get your haircut, like what style will go best with your shape of face. Remember, you want your new style to be flattering so take the time to figure out what works best for you. Another obvious thing that I am sure you will consider is the texture of your hair; every style does not work with every type of hair.

While there are so many obvious things to consider, many people fail to realize that their body type matters too and should definitely factor in. Everyone knows that the right outfit and accessories can make you look great, but the wrong one can make you look terrible. Well, a haircut and the style you choose are not very different from this. A hairstyle has the ability to make you look heavy, skinny, frumpy, sexy, or sleek. The haircut you choose says a lot about the kind of person you are, so if you go with the wrong one then it sends out a message that you are not aware of your body type and what looks good with it. Every woman wants to look flattering so why not start at your head?

If you have a long slim body type, then you probably want to add depth and curves wherever you can. This means that you should opt for medium length hair; chunky and wavy styles are the best for this body. However, this is not the eighties so you do not want to go too big. If you are a full figured woman, then you most likely want to try a layered cut to your hair. By adding layers it helps to hide any extra weight and also lightens the weight of your hair. You may even want to try some soft, side swept bangs as well to make it more feminine and soft. If you are someone with a very petite build, then you should go for a haircut that is smooth and sleek. This allows you to experiment with different styles with layers and angles. Be careful that you do not cut your hair too short thought because you may just end up making your head look small to match your already petite body.
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