Why A Good Haircut Matters More Than You Think
Have you considered your hair to be a living, breathing part of yourself? Yes, the way your hair looks may serve as a fashion statement or an accessory to an attractive outfit. Hair, on the other hand, is so much more!
Consider your hair to be a plant. To remain healthy and live, it requires water and nutrients. Your hair, like the rosebush or fruit tree, also requires this same careful maintenance.
Hair style is a very subjective matter, and there are many different criteria to consider when defining what a wonderful hair cut is. Face form, hair texture, growth patterns, cowlicks, and even more essential matters all play a role in the equation. While it's nice to look at hairstyles on Instagram, especially if you have an artistic personality, it's also vital to think about whether or not a specific hairstyle would suit you. Do you have the same facial structure and hair texture as the model? When trying on new haircuts and styles, be realistic and think about the fabric or canvas that is presently on your head.
A good haircut starts with a great consultation.
We are frequently drawn to what we desire and what we don't have. I had a client with wonderful thick hair. She was constantly drawn to photos of women with medium to fine-textured hair, despite the fact that her texture wasn't at all like it. What she really wanted, according to my analysis, was a more layered style with far more bulk removed from it. I told her that the photos she showed me didn't match her hair texture. I was able to show her photographs of what her hair would look like after it had been trimmed in a thinner version of the style she wanted. As a stylist, I was able to aid her in accepting her own hair while also providing her with a clearer picture of what her hair would look like after the new cut and style were finished.
Consider your haircut to be the foundation for your style. I frequently have new guests in my chair who grumble about not having the proper styling products because their hair "just doesn't do what they want it to." This discussion may indicate that their hair has been excessively texturized or that the desired form isn't there.
When I think about a fantastic haircut, I envision all of the hairs being cut synchronously so that each individual strand is working toward the same goal of the overall style. A great haircut need not rely on a number of styling products to accomplish its purpose. Because it is the cutting itself that distinguishes our hair as an appealing feature for everyone, a good hair cut is significant.