Should You Make The Cut?
Sometimes, the urge to have our hair chopped comes fast and strong, especially when we run into a breakup or would like a new life perspective. But, before your stepping in a salon, you should really think it over whether you should chop your hair. The sheet below can answer your question well, so you can take it for reference when thinking about changing your hairstyle.
Long bob: The ‘do can be categorized as lob, wob, bend bob, depending on its texture. It is a variant of classic bob. Browsing through the mass media, you will find it easy to notice a popularity of this ‘do in the gone 2014 and ongoing 2015. The ‘do has been perfectly displayed by celebrities like Halle Berry, Taylor Swift, Beyonce, etc.
Bob ‘do: The bob is one of the timeless classic hairdos, no matter how trendy other hairdos are on the red carpet. The ‘do, which was first made hot by celebs, such as Theda Bara in the 1920s during the free-wheeling flapper era, has been all the rage for years. This is a hairstyle, which goes well with blunt bangs, side-swept bangs, bang-free, suitable for the female at all ages.
Pixie ‘do: From long locks or bob to a pixie cut, surely you can catch tons of attention from people around you. It is an edge and chic ‘do, and it does look stunning on many wearers. But, lots of elements should be taken into consideration before your making up your mind, such as awkward transitional phases, dull after-look because of the incoordination between the ‘do and your face shape. As you know, no turning back the time can be found, or you may need a wig to cover the unsatisfying ‘do.
Don’t cut it: Sometimes it is not suggested cutting your hair when you are undergoing an emotional time. According to many hairstylist, it is not a good idea to have your hair shortened when you are in an emotional state of mind as you may regret for what you did when you are clear-minded.