The hair stylist plays a vital role in the way your hair style will look from day to day. Sometimes you can leave the salon looking great–for a day or two. Then it’s all downhill after that. You need to get hairstyles for thin hair that YOU can make look great on your own. This can require special instructions from the hair stylist along with specific hair care products.
5. Do you know what hair styles you like and why you like them? If you explain to your stylist what you like about certain features of a hair style–i.e. long side-swept bangs or long layers in the back—the stylist may be able to add some of these features to your hair style even though the entire hair style may not be suited for your hair.
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Choosing a suitable hair product for your hair type for men
If you have been cutting your hair at various salons, you would have noticed that all hair stylists have their own style in styling and cutting hair. There are bad ones but there are also good ones that you should stick to for a long run. Similar to cutting hair, there are a plethora of styling products out in the market and it is important to choose the right one that will suit your hair type. Hopefully after this post, you will understand in greater detail the differences between the products so that you can make a more informed purchase.
1. What’s Your type
Just like buying a suit for an important outing, you don’t want to purchase the wrong type of shampoo for the wrong type of hair. In fact, did you know that it can damage your hair as well? One example is using a strong hair wax on fine thin follicles. Not only will you place unnecessary stress on your hair follicles, it will weigh it down and also cause damage. There are three different types of hair types that is most common, thick hair, straight with fine hair follicles and wavy or as people like to call it, curly.
2. Products for styling
Once you have figured out what your hair type is, you’ve got the most important step ahead of you which is figuring out which hair product is most suited. Don’t get intimidated by the amount of products and terms most companies use for their products. The key is looking for the keywords that is universal to most products. Of course we have worked out that for you so you do not need to waste time.
Hair gel is typically translucent in color and is usually quite weak when it comes to holding hair in place. It usually hardens and leaves a shiny and wet look which is great for dress up events or formal events. It is also recommended to use an alcohol free gel which will avoid your scalp from flaking
Steps to use: Use on slightly damp hair, work the gel on your hands first and glide it over your hair to style. Allow your hair to dry first before touching it to maintain the look.
Which hair types should use this: usually people with thick hair or people with short to medium hair.