Picking the right hairstyle starts with your face shape, whether it is oval, long, square, heart or round. Expert stylist have suggested that a haircut that frames the face will even make you look better.
Other things to consider is your skin tone when picking a hair color, The two basic types of skin tone are cool and warm.
Next the hairstyle you choose is going to depend on your personal taste as well as your lifestyle, if you are active and do not have time to do your hair a shorther look may work better and if you are needing a more glamour style long hair may work best.
I think your profile pic hairstyle is gr8 ;0) so I would say any is fine.
Have a gr8 week
by Jennifer D. 8 years ago
Would you ever change or keep a hairstyle because your man asked you to?I've been in relationships in the past in which the man I was with wanted me to either grow my hair longer, or color my greying roots. I am wondering how many women do this? Is it to keep him happy?
by chaixkee 8 years ago
What is the best Hairstyle for a Chubby Woman?
by hanijane 7 years ago
How long have you had your current hairstyle?I realized as I was looking back at pictures of myself and my family growing up.... I never noticed before, but I have had almost the exact same hair cut for nearly 20 years! ahhh! I am going to the salon this weekend!
by Kiz 7 years ago
How to find the right hair color for your skin tone
by StormyMomma 8 years ago
Okay, I've realized that I've had the same look since high school. I have very long thick, natural curly (I call it my nappy mane) hair and I want a new hairstyle but don't know what to do. I've thought of getting individual braids everywhere because it's fast and easy. I have a 3yr old and 1...
by Charlu 5 years ago
Do you change your hairstyle very often with fashion trends or has it been the same for years?
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