Hair Styles - Tips on Choosing Your New Hair style


Hair Styles - Tips on Choosing Your New Hair style

When you hear someone say "hair", does it have a negative connotation? Does it pertain to dullness or less than perfect hair? The hair we all know and love comes in many different types, colors, lengths, textures, forms, and quality levels.

Let's start with curly hair, also known as "curl." Curly hair has waves in its structure, which look sort of unruly. These waves can be coarse or fine. For other examples, notice how your coifs are straight when you are not using curling irons, yet they may become wavy when you use them. Curliness refers to the ability for waves to be maintained throughout curls and breaks.

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Straight hair has a coiled body hair shaft that appears to be cut straight. It doesn't have the waves. Some people with straight hair use hot rollers to style it; however, it can take many hours to get it straight. A hairstyle technician would use an iron with ultraviolet light to help straighten it.

Next is straight hair with few curls or no curls at all. This type has little texture or body. It is often used as a hairstyle because it is easy to manipulate and is usually made into a ponytail. A ponytail is used to secure a small portion of hair loss; however, it does not create a total loss of hair. The term "ponytail" refers to the position the hair falls in the scalp while it is being straightened.

One of the most common causes of hair loss is genetics. If one of your parents is bald, chances are you will grow out of your hair loss problem. However, there are other causes such as stress, hormonal changes, illness, poor diet, and scalp trauma. Hair products such as shampoo and conditioner can affect hair growth as well.

There are two types of hair: natural and artificial. Artificial ones are more difficult to style. They are more sensitive to chemicals and heat and can sometimes break. Natural types are easier to work with and have a more rounded curl, which can look more natural. Hair types have to stay within a certain circumference in order to stay healthy.

You can determine the hair type by using the Pecsicle method. This is a test that measures the hair shaft thickness by pinching the hair between the finger and thumb. If the pinched hair easily bounces upward or downwards, this is the appropriate hair texture. Hair texture 4c is different from texture 4b because the hair type 4c has a gradual, natural curl pattern and texture 4b has a curling effect.

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People can choose from curly, straight, wavy, silky, and natural hair textures. It all depends on your personal preference. If you have straight hair but want curls, you should choose texture 4c. If you are going for straight hair but want curls, you should go for texture 4b. Hair texture refers to the curl pattern of your hair. The more natural the curl pattern, the more appealing it will look.

There are several options for hair cutting including layers, ringlets, and flat cuts. These hairstyles depend on the overall look you wish to portray. A bob in layers looks chic and sophisticated when done with bangs swept to the side. However, if you want to add a few inches of height to your hair, you should try cutting a ringlet style that will create several layers of hair at the roots leaving a long ring of hair at the tips.

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