At some point everyone one has experienced a hair disaster of some kind or another. While it may seem like there is very little hope in regaining an attractive head of hair, don’t be cry. Here are some simple ways to cope with a bad hair cut.
When you decide to get a major haircut, you hope and expect by the end to look like the A-list celebrity whose photo you ripped out of Peopleand showed to your hairstylist for inspiration. But what if it turns out differently? After your initial bout of disappointment (and perhaps a cocktail or two), you can utilize the following strategies to get over your bad cut and fall head over heels in love again with your hair.
First Things First
1. Let Your Stylist Know You’re Not Feeling It
The moment your stylist is done working her magic trick on your hair, carefully inspect your new do from all angles to see if your expectations and directions were met. If not, discuss the issues calmly with your stylist and be specific about the details. Or if you don’t even notice what went wrong until after you’ve gone home and had a chance to look more carefully, don’t hesitate to return to the salon. Certainly, she would not want you to leave unsatisfied with her service. Every hairstylist should live up to Christian Grey’s slogan, “We aim to please.” Give your stylist a chance to solve whatever it is you want fixed.
This also helps her to take note of your personal preferences and be extra cautious with your future haircuts. Even Anne Hathaway cried initially when she had her hair close-cropped in preparation for her role in Les Misérables, but eventually she got over it and even won an Oscar to boot.
Mix It Up!
2. Try a Fauk Hawk
Time to bust out your styling tools and products. Make the best out of your brand new look by giving your hair some style and shape. Too short of a hair cut? Maybe it’s the perfect occasion to attempt a fauk hawk.
3. Go Curly
You can also use a curling iron to produce soft beach waves and mask the choppy ends and harsh strands of your hair. If you’re afraid to damage your hair with the heat of the curling iron, give various sizes of round brushes a shot to better manage your hair. Straightening your hair makes your bad layers more visible, so …