No more bad hair days!
If you ask most of the professional stylists, they will tell you that less than 25% of the female population really knows what shape of face and skin tone they have. Knowing the shape of your face will allow you to choose the perfect haircut. Knowing the tone of your skin will allow you to choose the perfect hair color. Most women know even less about how to comb their hair.
Women are also confused when it comes to knowing what kind of hair they have. They may have a lot of hair, which makes them think they have thick hair, when in fact each individual hair can be thin, rough or wavy. This is the reason why many women buy and use the wrong styling products. If you’ve ever had a bad hair day, take a look at this list of the top 10 reasons why they happen and promise to avoid them when you create your next hairstyle.
These are the top ten hair style mistakes that hair professionals will tell most women:
1. Bad drying habits.
The hair of almost all women can use some volume. Even hair that is straight poker will look better with a little volume. The trick is in blow-drying. Do not dry your hair from front to back, dry it from back to front, lift the roots and lift the hair with a round brush. For even more volume use a ventilation brush. The dryer should be kept at a minimum distance of 12 inches from the scalp and keep it moving.
2. Without protection.
If you use a hair dryer, curling iron and/or electric curlers, you should use a thermal protective spray. Without it, your hair is susceptible to damage by high heat temperatures. Simply spray your hair lightly and comb it lengthwise to distribute it evenly.
3. The wrong choice.
You might think that most women would know their hair type. But when it comes to choosing the perfect products for your hair type, most women have no idea. You may know that your hair is curly, but is it a fine, rough or medium texture? Is it treated with color, straight, wavy or slimming? Do you need a thick gel or just a light mousse? If you are not sure of your exact hair type, ask your stylist. You may need to combine two or more products to get the best results. It’s not rocket science, but it’s close!
4. Too much of something good.
Even when they find the perfect product, most women use too much. When your stylist gives you the perfect haircut for your hair, few styling products should be necessary. Your hair should fall in its place naturally. Generally, it does not take more than a penny of product. You will need even fewer serums or ointments since they are more concentrated. Pilar your hair with too much product can make it look unwashed and become a dust magnet.
5. Flat iron flattening
The incorrect use of the iron is evident to most stylists. Many women forget the thermal spray that protects the hair from the heat of an iron. After using the protection, you should start by sectioning the hair into small sections, almost as wide as the iron. Starting at the roots, slowly pull the iron towards the silk and smooth the hair. When it reaches the end of your hair, you can choose to shoot directly, turn over or turn around.
6. Trying to comb wet or wet hair.
Only completely dry hair will maintain a hair style. If your hair takes a long time to dry, you may want to wash it at night to prevent it from rushing in the morning. Actually, hair that has had time to recover some of the oils that have been washed will perform better. Once the hair is completely dry, apply the styling products you are using and continue to dry the hair in a low to medium setting. Then style.
7. Waiting too long between haircuts.
Ask any professional: a great hairstyle starts with a great haircut. Some haircuts will look good as they grow, but if you like the hairstyle you’re wearing, come back to the stylist as soon as the hair starts to grow. This could be between 4 and 8 weeks. This will help the stylist know exactly what you want. Another good tip is when you get that perfect hairstyle or haircut, be sure to take a picture, one from the front, one from the back and both, and take them with you. In this way, the stylist will know exactly what he wants. Even if you want to grow your hair, a cut of the spilled ends is very important. The frequent ornaments
8. About the style.
Unless you are a model catwalk or someone who is embarking on one of the most memorable occasions in life, such as your wedding or graduation party, it is not necessary to ignore it. Today’s styles require natural hair that moves and falls freely. This is achieved with the right hairstyle that suits your hair type and the use of the right styling products.
9. Under the style
Just the opposite of the style is the millions of women who do nothing. Unless your hair is only a few inches long, it is not “wash and go”. The right haircut, a small drying and styling product can make a difference in the world. Give it a try!
10. Choose the wrong hair style all together.
Most women choose a hairstyle they see in someone else. What looks good on your favorite celebrity or co-worker may not be the hair style that suits your shape or it will work with your type of hair texture, whether wavy, curly, straight or thick and stretchy poker. Your stylist will know what your hair will do and what it will not do, so it is best to take with you several style images when visiting your stylist for a new haircut.