A good hair cut has the right proportions and includes all the basic elements of balance, line and movement. The cut should be manageable and the hair should look great in its natural form even before it is styled. Selecting a hair cut style means choosing from curly styles, layered hair cut, bobs, and bangs, among many options.
Choosing the right hair cut is part technique and part art. The first step in finding the right hair style always comes down to determining facial structure. Each face has its own unique structure. The shape of your face and head has a major role to play in the type of hair style you can wear best.
Knowing the shape of your face before you head to the salon will help you choose the right hair style and will help you to communicate better with your stylist. Once you know your face shape, all you need is some hair style idea and inspiration. However there are probably more than 100 hair styles that can suit your particular face. In order to narrow down your choices and find the best and the most suitable hair styles for you and your lifestyle, you need to consider a hair consultation.
The best way to test any hair style is to do it before getting the cut, by getting new hair cut ideas using virtual hair styling or imaging software. Imaging software allows you to test a new hair cut style -and even a variety of hair colors - without spending a fortune on hairdressers and hair care products. It's the only way to try out a short hair cut style before the first snip is made!
There are online tools that provide the ability to view your photo with different hair styles and colors. Produce realistic results with short hair and formal hair styles. Virtual hair-styler has a unique ability to show your face with short celebrity hair styles. Professional hair style magazines is another way to get new hair style ideas. Clip out the ones you like and bring them to your salon appointment.
The stylist can look at a picture and tell whether it will work for your hair. And remember that everyone's hair is different. Try to be realistic about your hair and what your stylist can reasonably achieve with it. Always discuss your color, style selection and your lifestyle with your stylist; if they disagree with your request, they likely have a good reason.