Decisions, Decisions. What hairstyle should I have?

Decisions, decisions. What hairstyle should I have?

How many of you feel like you are stuck in a rut with your hairstyle?

You might feel like you look best with long hair and you like how it looks on you. You might also love the ease of and being able to quickly pull it up, especially in the summer. Sure, you’re used to this style, but have you ever wondered, “is this REALLY the best look for me” or have you ever thought that maybe it has become your security blanket?

On the other hand, how many of you dream of having long hair but just can’t seem to get past that in between growing out phase?

Don’t get me wrong sometimes the style we already have is actually the most flattering one for us, but sometimes it’s worth branching out and trying something new.

Our hair speaks volumes on how we feel about our own identity. Change can be a scary thing.

But it can also be liberating!

There are many things you can change on your hair: the length, the color, taking curly hair straight or embracing your curls instead of trying to fight them. Any change can be a good change. Big or small.

Look at it as reinventing yourself, spice things up a little bit.

I know how it feels to want to keep your long hair because that’s the way you feel your best and that is all well and good, so why not play around with your hair color?

There are so many options to choose from.

For those of you that are ready to come out of your shell a little and spice things up by embracing a new shorter cut there is a range of options to choose from: a bob, longer bob (a “lob”), a pixie (if you want to really get bold) or a shag – and the list goes on and on.

Give this some thought and let’s talk about it on your next appointment.
I think you may be surprised at how happy the right change will make you feel.

Decisions, decisions, decisions!


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