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Choosing a Hairstyle that Suits You

You want a fresh, new look. You want to stand out in a crowd and be noticed, and the easiest way to update your look is with a new hairstyle. Choosing a new hairstyle can be fun and exciting, but it can also be scary and intimidating.

So how do you go about choosing a new hairstyle that updates your look and compliments you at the same time?

Consider these factors before you snip, chop and color:

1. Choose a hairstyle because you love it

Obviously, it is very important to choose a hairstyle because you like it. While others may think a certain style will look good on you, it is important that you go with what you like in the end. You are after all, going to be the one wearing the style, so you need to be completely happy with it.

At the same time, it is important to consider suggestions from friends and family as a fresh new approach. See how you feel about their suggestions and decide if you like the style or not.

2. Choose a hairstyle because it suits your lifestyle

Although that style you're after looks great on Cindy Crawford, it doesn't mean it is ideally the right hairstyle for you. When choosing a hairstyle, it is important to consider your lifestyle and find a hairstyle that fits.

For example, if your work includes a lot of running around and instances when your hair needs to be tied up a lot, chopping it in short bangs and layers will make it difficult to manage. Likewise, if you really don't have time to blow-dry your hair, let alone style it everyday, don't choose a hairstyle that is too high maintenance.

3. Choose a hairstyle based on your face shape

The shape of your face is a great guide to help you pick the perfect hairstyle and one that will suit you. Whether your face is round, square, long or heart shaped, knowing your face shape will help you find the perfect hairstyle. Look to your celebrity "look alikes" and see which styles you like on them or play around with virtual hairstyling programs. These are great to give you a visual picture of the style you have in mind.

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