Is there such a thing as the "Perfect Haircut"? Good question !! After growing out mullets and being attacked by thinning shears, I have learned from receiving bad haircuts and now have a good idea of what works for me. I bet you have had similar experiences. It is important to communicate with your stylist and trust your instincts to avoid this. I believe a client should be educated by their Hairstylist so they can make the best hair decisions possible. So here are some things to ponder about before you take on the shears for that new summer cut.
When I get a new client in my chair, I always examine her style, face shape, hair texture, eyes, and hair lines. Before I begin her haircut, I like to ask her several questions: Is she comfortable using a round brush, does she blow dry, does she have a natural curl pattern, and does she need it long enough to pull back into a ponytail? This dialog provides me the feedback to execute the best cut that will compliment her profile, as well as her lifestyle at work and play.
|Pixie Cut for Round Face
Another choice of style would be a pixie cut. This would be a beautiful option for a small face shape that would bring her petite features into balance and preventing the hair from overwhelming her silhouette. This cut could also be a sweet look for a round face shape that would bring dimension the the cheekbones.