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Yourself Before Your Next Haircut
This Weeks Report: Monday: Haircuts That Benefit From A Razor
If you have fine hair, a razor may not be your best bet, more so if it’s wavy or curly. Razor cuts tend to make fine or fine curly hairs flyaway & frizzy. The right types of hairs that will noticeable be a game changer are straight course to wavy strands. The aforementioned inherently display a robust texture that can take the texturing & shaping from a sharp razor. Whether the layers are short, middle length or long they will reveal choppy & edgy layers for a double-look manner.
Thicker hairs will show off a resilient factor when the razor is technically utilized for best results. Straight hair tends to look polished and uninteresting at times with traditional blunt cuts. As long as you’re not someone’s hair experiment, your hair will, in most cases, look fine post-razor cut by a skilled professional. If you’d been wishing for curls, treat yourself to a razor cut as an opportunity to be thankful for your naturally straight hair.
If you have long straight or some wave to your hairs, you can razor cut completely for the right texture. Otherwise, even the thickest, straightest hairs will look unkempt. Think of the razor cut as a belt or a pair of earrings – part of the look but not the actual ensemble.
Editor’s view: A skilled hair stylist will know the hair types that’ll receive the beautiful effects from a razor and the textured hairs he or she will avoid when utilizing the single blade.
Return for next week’s Report Monday: Razor Cut Basics