Long Hair Style Care Information
Is A Long Hair Style Right For You?
Many women (and men!) wear their hair in a long hairstyle because their partner likes it that way. Well, it’s easy for them to say—they’re not the ones who have to take care of it! If you know someone who’s been wearing a long hair style but wondering if you should go short, here are some things that just may help you decide whether to keep it long or get it cut.One of the main advantages of a long hairstyle is that many times you can pull your hair back into a ponytail and forget it, or make a messy topknot with it that can look pretty sexy. These long hairstyles are great for bad hair days and days when you’re just too busy to do a lot to your hair — another main reason people keep their hair long.Still, a long hairstyle does require maintenance. Long hair needs to be trimmed regularly to keep its shape and to get rid of split end problems. It also needs to be conditioned often to keep it properly moisturized. If you have a perm or color your hair, you’ll have to work even harder to keep your long hairstyle looking great. All of this extra hair care can be time consuming and take up precious hours you’d rather be doing something else.People with extremely thin or fine hair are advised not to wear their hair in a long hair style. Thick, coarse hair worn in a long hair style can be hard to manage and keep up. Too, most professional hair stylists agree that women who are getting a bit older would look better—and younger—with a short hair style.
Making a decision to change a long hairstyle is a tough one. If you decide you’d like to go short, don’t make the mistake of having a major haircut all at once. Instead, go just a bit shorter and see if you like it better than your long hair style. If you do like it, you can then go even shorter.
Changing from a long hairstyle to a short hair style is a lot less dramatic (and traumatic!) when done in stages, rather than in one fell swoop!
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