According to Good Home Sense, if you have straight hair, an even cut all the way around with a few pieces to frame your face is often best. While layering can cause hair to look choppy when it air-dries, a blunt cut allows hair to fall into place naturally. If you prefer a shorter do, you can opt for a chin-length bob that is stacked at the nape of the neck. Expert Jet Rhys, the owner of the Jet Rhys salon in San Diego, asserts that such a cut essentially styles itself.
If you are one of the select few that have been blessed with Evangeline Lilly-looking waves, count yourself lucky and show them off. Go for a cut that falls around armpit level, which will let your gorgeous locks shine without the weight that will cause the top to flatten. Also, make sure to get your hair trimmed every two to three months to keep it from looking lacklustre or scraggly. And for some added wave in the morning follow these simple steps:
The important thing to remember when it comes to curly hair is that not all hair stylists have the knowledge and skill-set to cut your hair correctly. Make sure you select a stylist you feel comfortable with and who has experience with cutting curly hair. For a hassle-free cut you will likely want something in the middle range, length-wise, that doesn't have too many layers. Make sure you use a strong conditioner. In the mornings, simply run a product such as Dippity-do's styling gel through your curly locks, tame flyaways with a spritz of hairspray and you'll be on your way!
Don't forget, these are just starting suggestions. Don't be afraid to try something new. Worst-case scenario? You spend a few months with less than stellar hair. But you can always return to one of these for a safe, hassle-free hairstyle.
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