Trendy Cuts From Hair Thinning Scissors
Make Dry, Dumpy Hair Come Alive With Trendy Cuts From Hair Thinning Scissors
By Ed Friesen
Are you one of those wishing for the ultimate salon experience? Somebody who has kept her long hippy hair for decades and just dying to finally chop it off in favor of some new and trendy do? Why not release your inhibitions and just make that trip to the salon and having yourself dolled up with an edgier cut done by professionals with hair thinning scissors?
Whether its a shag or layered or fringed this thinning hair shears will do just the trick to give you the look that you want to achieve. Want to try a style that is truly different. Try an emo-style cut with these tips from Brooke Hayles.
Typical Emo haircuts are characterized by asymmetrical lines, bold highlights and jet black hair. Emos don’t move with the herd and their haircuts are simply an extension of this belief. In most cases, Emo haircuts are one of a kind experiments and not the type that you can get at an ordinary salon. In fact, it is perfectly acceptable to create your own Emo style with a pair of scissors, razor and dye.
There are is no set technique to an Emo–cut. It maybe described as more of a personal art-form, an expression of one’s deepest emotions. In other words, any style can pass off as an Emo hairstyle as long as it doesn’t look like one of those “dos” that you might wear to a prom or a club.
Both Emo men and women dye their hair jet black and the bolder the effect, the better. You don’t have to worry about the dye looking unnatural and can even shade the edges with frosted highlights, blue or purple.
However in her article Best Celebrity Hairstyles for Your Face – Part 3 of 6, Periann Rodriguez warns that in order for us to pull of a great, new hairstyle aided by a professional hair scissors, we ought to look into the following queries.
1. What aspect of your hair would you like to enhance? (i.e. texture, volume, wave, length, color) These aspects have an important role in fine-tuning the hair style that best suits you.)
2. How much time do you spend styling your hair every day? If you get a hair style that requires more styling time, will you be able (and willing) to put in the time?
3. Are you good at dealing with your hair, or do you struggle with getting it to do certain things? If you struggle with your hair, you would not want to pick a high maintenance hair, i.e. lots of layering, curls as they will require extra work.
4. Are you more comfortable with long or short styles? Sometimes we see a fantastic celebrity short hair style and desperately want the look. Remember that once you cut the hair off, it will take a long time to grow back. Of course there are hair extensions!
5. How often do you shampoo/condition your hair? Referring to hair extensions above, if you want long, beautiful hair with hair extensions, be aware of the extra time needed to shampoo/condition your hair. And every time you shampoo/condition your hair, you will be re-styling it.
6. Is your hair extremely dry or oily? Very dry hair may not hold up to constant flat ironing, curling irons, etc. If you need these appliances to create your celebrity hair style, be sure to deep-condition your hair regularly to combat the dryness. Extremely oily hair may not hold a curl, and will definitely cause issues with many hair extension methods. Be realistic about what you can do with your hair.
7. Are you experiencing any type of unnatural hair loss? Hair loss can be camouflaged by your hair style. Don’t pick a hair style that will accentuate your hair loss or thinning. Be sure to look into various hair loss treatments. If caught early, many hair loss situations can be reversed or at least halted.
8. Do you have any cowlicks or a natural and persistent part? No matter what hair style you get, you will need to consider these issues. Adapt the hair style you are looking for to accommodate any imperfections in your hair.
9. You have picked a celebrity hair style that you want. Do you know what the styling requirements are to get your hair to look like that every day?
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