Choosing a New Haircut
There are many factors to consider when choosing a haircut. Aside from the physical appeal of your new style, maintainability, keeping the integrity of your hair and your lifestyle preferences can also play an important part when it comes to making the right choice.
- If you have fine hair, a medium or short one-length haircut can help to maintain your hair’s natural fullness. Conversely, very thick hair can be deliberately thinned to minimize excess volume for greater manageability.
- Consider how often you want to visit the salon for trims before choosing your ideal haircut. Most short or highly-defined haircuts require trims every four to six weeks to maintain your look; longer haircuts can be managed with trims every six to ten weeks.
- Your lifestyle and the amount of time you want to spend styling your hair can help you choose your ideal haircut.
If you frequently run short on time or have a very active lifestyle, you may want to opt for a haircut that requires minimal styling and care.
Having the right styling tools (brushes, ect) and a professional blow dryer are also key to making styling quick and easy.
Keep in mind that in many cases, short hair is faster to style and requires less product to maintain than long hair.