Friday, June 25, 2010

Formal Hairstyles And How To Choose The Right One by Gen Wright

There are a few moments in a person's life that are very special like weddings, proms, anniversaries, dinner dates, and so on. And it is important to look your very best in these special events. Nothing can make you feel more beautiful than looking at your old pictures and seeing how perfect you looked in those special moments in your life. It is not enough that you choose the right dress. It is equally important to choose the right hairstyle.

Choosing the right formal hairstyle can be a bit more difficult than choosing a regular haircut or hairstyle. This is because the event is more special and it only happens a few times, if not once, in a person's life. You should make sure that your hair looks perfect. Moreover, formal hairstyles are usually more elaborate and expensive. This is the reason why you should make sure that you choose the right one.

There are a few factors that you need to consider when choosing the right hairstyle. Here are some of these considerations.

* Outfit or Dress. Your hairstyle should complement or match your outfit. They should not compete for attention. For example, if you have a very elaborate wedding gown or prom dress, you should consider wearing simple hairstyles like updo hairstyles or sleek formal ponytails. Do not wear an elaborate hairstyle with an equally elaborate outfit or it will look too overwhelming. On the other hand, wearing a very simple hairstyle together with a very simple dress will make you look underdressed.

 

* Face Shape. Just like choosing a regular haircut or hairstyle, you should also consider your face shape when choosing, say, wedding hairstyles or prom hairstyles. If you have a rounded face, it would be better to have an elaborate updo with a lot of things going on at the top of your head, like curls, flowers, etc. This will make your face look longer. On the other hand, an oblong face shape should sport some bangs to make the face look shorter.

* Time. If you only have a few hours left before the event, an elaborate hairstyle might be impossible to do. Choose a simple but formal hairstyle that will complement your face and outfit. If you have all the time in the world, then you can choose any type of formal hairstyle that you want. That is why t is important to plan your hairstyle days before the actual event.

* Price. If you are going to a salon, be prepared to pay a more expensive price than if you are just going to have a normal haircut. This is because a formal hairstyle takes a longer time and is more difficult to fix. If you think you can fix your hair, by all means do it yourself to save money.

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