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Your Perfect Haircut Even Celebrities Will Follow

Updated on June 14, 2015

Ready for a major hair makeover but can’t decide what cut: super-short, model-long, and every inch of in-between bob will suit you best? You may love your sister's pixie cut or your friend's waves, and beg your stylist for Jennifer Aniston look, but it’s important to try to figure out what style will look best on you. Before booking your appointment at the salon, consider your face shape, features and your hair texture so you'll know exactly what to ask for. Whether your hair is coarse or fine, curly or straight, there's a style for you out there that will make heads turn.

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Find the perfect hair cut for your face shape

The perfect haircut is more than just a few snips. Instead of being a slave to the hair trend - let the shape of your pretty face be your guide. To determine your face shape is very easy. You can do this at home - break out a ruler and measuring the widths of your brow, cheekbones and jaw line, and the length of your face from forehead to chin.

If your face is round

If you’ve got wide cheeks and soft, non angular features - work the longer layered look. A round face looks really good with an uneven cut, meaning a mix of lengths. With long hair, make sure that you angle the front, as one-length hair is too heavy and can accentuate the roundness of the face. And skip full bangs and choppy cuts entirely.

Professional hair care tips: Getting and keeping shiny long hair at home, has never been easier with the wide range of professional hair care products.
The longer the hair – the heavier they become. Without a volumizer, the roots will fall flat. After every shampoo, massage a drop of lightweight product into the roots to give hair some lift without turning it crunchy. Strong-hold styling products actually weigh down long hair so it is recommended to skip the strong stuff. It doesn't take that much effort to make all that hair look good. In fact, you can get away with blow-drying just your volumizer-coated roots as long as you mist the ends with texturizing products.
You must not to forget scalp treatments. Massaging a serum or even a shampoo that contains essential oils, such as avocado and coconut, into your roots a few times a week is necessary. And don't skip on the massage part - it stimulates circulation and leads to a better scalp health.

If your face is oval

Oval faces can wear just about any type of hairstyle, and they look great with short hair. Extured, side-swept pixie is a timeless classic.Bangs can also help to balance out a long face or soften features. If you want to harbor the length of your face, try a style with a bit of width as waves or layers. The only place oval-face gals don’t want width, or any kind of volume for that matter, is on top of the head. If your face tends to look long, cutting straight bangs across the brow line can break up the length by creating the illusion of width.

Professional hair care tips: While you might think hair is hair no matter the length, shorter hair needs its own set of products. Spritz a texturizing spray and let hair air dry. For more polish, blow-dry gently with a flat brush. Use a custom blend of products that work specifically for short hair to maintain the style. Maintaining a good shampoo and conditioner routine is important because even though the hair is short, it still needs to be kept healthy and shiny. Shampoo and condition hair as usual, and don’t forger to use an rich oil-based styling product to keep hair soft, manageable and looking great. Also be sure to condition on a daily basis to keep hair from looking dry.


If your face is heart-shaped

Ladies with heart-shaped faces - faces wider at the top, coming to a point at the chin can play around with a variety of lengths. Experiment with bangs. Those with a heart-shaped face, regardless of whether the rest of the hair is long or short, can carry off full bangs that are cut straight across the face. Longer side-swept bangs and layers that fall around the cheeks also work.
Professional hair care tips: If you're going to be using heat on your hair, you should be using a primer or heat-protection products before styling, no matter what kind of cut you're rocking. Find products which are lightweight, and works great before a blowout. Check the professional hair care formulas which are designed to not only protect your hair, but also strengthen them.

If your face is square

If you have a wide face and angular features, specifically jaw line, you qualify go for a cut that is both soft and layered. If you choose bangs, create movement in a sweeping effect or definitely round the corners. Shapes that have lots of layers accentuate the movement. Steer clear of straight-across bangs and sharp-edged bobs, which can make a square-shaped face look boxy.
Professional hair care tips: To create movement in your hair - keep them moisturized and volumized. Your hair is its most fragile when wet, so avoid excessive brushing or combing until it's most dry. Apply all hair with enriched serum or oils to create a moisture barrier to prevent your strands from being damaged while styling or using heat. Spritz a volumizing spray at your roots when your hair is dry, then flip your hair over and blow-dry.

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Before grabbing the scissors consider you hair texture

You need to take your hair texture into account if you're considering a new haircut. What looks good on someone with thick, wavy hair will probably not work on someone with really fine hair.

Fine Hair

Do not afraid to wear it really flat and straight, but the layers on this cut give the flexibility of pumping it up (blow-dry and mousse required) if you want more volume.
Don't use a shampoo that's too rich as it'll make fine hair look too flat. Always pick a shampoo from the volumizing range. Shampoo that is made specifically for fine and thin hair is also a good choice. Look out for products that help to 'build body', 'volumize' or 'thicken' your hair. Ideally you're looking for products that contain proteins, which will help to coat the hair, making each strand look thicker, and seemingly have more body.
A clear rather than creamy shampoo works best for fine and delicate hair. Conditioners make your hair easier to comb out, and make it feel softer and smoother. Similarly chose a conditioner for your hair type. Applying a conditioner just to the ends works much better for finer hair as it will hold a style more effectively. Use shampoo and conditioner of the same range as usually you need both items in combination to make it do the work. Consider using a pre-shampoo conditioner to help prevent breakage and over time, add volume.

Thick Hair

The side part and some layers around the face will look sophisticated. Thick, longer hair can sometimes overwhelm a face, and if you will try to cut a few inches off the bottom your hair will look even more amazing.
Frizz is definitely a major problem for all hair types, but if you’ve got thick or naturally curly hair, a short cut can make your mane a lot harder to work out. You’ll definitely need a shampoo and conditioner that will help keep your hair smooth. Try some professional hair care products which make your hair feel sleeker and softer, and left with some body and volume in it, without the unwanted frizz. Find products which are made with rich oils, an ingredients that can help improve the health of your hair.

Wavy Hair

Embraces your waves. The lob haircut brings out the waves and makes them a little bouncier and gives it a modern, young look.
Whether you’re doing without shampoo or using one on a regular basis, you need to cleanse your waves regularly. Use a lightweight, gentle shampoo that is strong enough to get rid of any product build-up but that won’t weigh down or stretch your waves.

Curly Hair

Embrace your curls! The curlier the hair, the longer the layers should be. Natural texture is voluminous and wavy, the long cut allows the weight of the hair to give styling flexibility. Very tight curls look fabulous in a shoulder-length pageboy cut with long layers at the ends. It's not quite a long bob, but the cut is a length that sits right on your shoulders, which makes beautiful curls short enough to maintain but long enough to prevent the hair from getting too big. Throw a curl-enhancing product in it, air-dry, and you're good to go.
To achieve the fabulous curls do not forget conditioning, conditioning and once again conditioning! The curlier the hair, the longer it takes for natural oils to travel from the scalp to the ends, causing the lower half to appear dry and frazzled. Start adding moisture in the shower with then protect and hydrate every inch with a styling product that doubles as a leave-in conditioner. Be sure to pick the right formula to deliver moisture without weighing hair down. Find the professional hair care products for soft curls, thicker gels for medium to big curls, and denser creams for crimpy coils.

Bleached Hair

When you bleach your hair, you're not only getting a new color, you're also getting a new texture. Bleached hair is really porous, and it becomes thicker and more volumized. The bangs and slight messiness prevent shorter cut from veering into matronly territory. The cut is amazingly polished and balances out the edgier color, and it also doesn't make hair look fried or damaged the way longer bleached hair sometimes can.
Bleaching your hair makes it way more dry and brittle, and the only way to reverse those effects is to give your hair more attention with the moisture. Instead of relying on regular conditioner, start using deep conditioner at least once a week. Sometimes you need to use a blow dryer, flat iron or curling wand. If you're going to use heat styling, you absolutely must use the products which can protect from the heat. Dry, bleached hair almost always equals lots of split ends. And while at least a few split ends are unavoidable, you shouldn't ignore them completely. Buy a product line enriched with the essential oils to prevent hair from splitting.

The right hairstyle not only looks great but makes you feel great. Consider you features and choose the best hair cut which transform your face, bring your best

If you have a low hairline you should look at styles that have no bangs or only have wispy ones to help disguise and flatter your low forehead. If you have high hairline you can flatter it by incorporating bangs into your new look. There are many types of bangs that you can try, from fine and wispy to thick and fuller.
If you wish to flatter your protruding ears, look for hairstyles that will cover your ears to at least half way down. Also be sure not to cut your hair too short behind your ears when choosing short styles.
If you are feeling any doubts about your nose, try the hairstyles where the hair is running away from your face and not coming forward drawing attention to it. Incorporating softness to your style, such as creating waves curls or layer cutting straight hair will also help to focus away from the middle of your face.
Double Chin
The double chin can be soften and concealed by mid-length styles with plenty of soft layers. Stay away from very short looks.
If you have a short neck and wish to make it appear longer then you should embrace short hair style. And vice verce – for the long neck avoid styles that are too short or upswept at the nape.


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