Are you trying to update your look by doing something different with your hair? Unfortunately, deciding to change your look is much easier than actually deciding what to change it to.
How do you decide whether to change the style or the color? How do you decide what kind of style will look right on your face and head? Well, thanks to technology, there are several ways for you to test a style before actually committing to one.
Use Technology To Look For Options
The Internet is a wonderful way of finding hairstyles. There are thousands of websites, chat rooms and blogs that display unique hairstyles. Salons often advertise online, by showcasing styles that have been at their shop on their website. There are sites that will let you upload your picture and try different styles from their database.
Hair Books Or Magazines Are Useful Hair Styling Tools
There are books about hair that will give suggestions based on hair texture, length and strength. Beauty supply stores carry hair magazines that showcase wild and crazy styles, everyday styles and styles for special occasions. Magazines often feature articles about styles and who they fit best. They get as detailed as matching the face shape, eye color and face symmetry with a hairstyle. These magazines can usually be found in your local grocery store.
Try Out Some Wigs For Fun
If you want to ditch technology for awhile, then going to a wig shop is fun way to try hairstyles. If you are unsure about changing to a short cut, try on a short wig. It will give you a clear idea of how the style will look on you. It is also a great idea to try out a new hair color if you are hesitant to make the commitment right away.
Do What’s Right For You
Remember to choose a style based on your lifestyle and what feels good to you. If you are really busy with your family, career and hobbies, you may not want to pick a style that requires a lot of work in the mornings.
If versatility is important to you, you may not want to take off too much length. Also think of what will be appropriate for your workplace. Don’t pick a flaming red color if you work in an ultra-conservative office. Be true to yourself and you should be able to pick a style that will make you ecstatic.