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Choosing the Right Hairstyle for Your Hair Texture and Density

To really ensure that you make the most of your hairstyle you can't ignore your hair texture and density. Choosing a hairstyle based on your hair type and texture will not only give you a hairdo that looks great, but will also make it easier to look after and style your hair. Read More »


Choosing the Right Hairstyle for your Features

The right hairstyle not only looks great, makes us feel great and has everyone around us wishing they had the same 'do, it also enhances our best features! Read More »


Your Reaction to a Bad Hairstyle and What to Do

While there is nothing wrong with being upset and angry about a bad haircut or hairstyle, the way that you react to the situation can sometimes make it worse. To ensure that you get the outcome and results that you deserve, take a look at's guide for what to do about your reaction to a bad hairstyle. Read More »


How Your Attitude Affects You Finding Your New Hairstyle

Although we might not realize it, our attitude towards a new hairstyle and whether we think we deserve one or not plays an important role when trying to find a new hairstyle. If you've been having trouble making the choice between a style, or whether to have your hair changed at all, it may actually be your attitude that is holding you back. Read More »


How Long Should You Think About a Hairstyle Change?

Going for a hairstyles change, especially if you have not changed your hair for quite awhile, is a big decision. But what's the right amount of time to decide on your change and actually get your hair cut? has the following advice. Read More »


The Right Hairstyle for Your Oblong Face Shape

The object is to add width to minimize vertical length. Read More »


The Right Hairstyle for Your Round Face Shape

The object is to add length and avoid width. Read More »


The Right Hairstyle for Your Diamond Face Shape

Diamond face shapes need to balance a narrow chin, minimize wider cheek bones and shorten the overall length. Read More »


Flipped Out Hairstyles

Looking for the perfect hairstyle? We've got it right here! Read More »


The Right Hairstyle for Your Triangular Face Shape

With a triangular face shape the object is to narrow your chin and widen your forehead. Read More »


The Right Hairstyle for Your Heart Face Shape

Heart face shapes need to add some length to their shape and to create width around narrow chins. Read More »


The Right Hairstyle for Your Square Face Shape

With a square face shape, your main aim should be to soften your strong jawline. Read More »


The Right Hairstyle for Your Oval Face Shape

If you find that you have an oval face shape, then you're in luck! Having an oval face shape means that you can wear your hair in almost any style. Read More »


The Right Hairstyle for Your Face Shape

One of the most important factors of hairstyle suitability is face shape analysis. Read More »


Emmy Hairstyles 2008 Signature Look: The Nape Knot

There's always a "signature look" hairstyle at the Emmys, and this year it was what I've called the "nape knot." I couldn't wait to see what it would be; you know the hairstyle that heaps of celebrities dare to do, often at the expense of looking really bad and stupid. And surprise, surprise, I'm excited to say that the 2008 signature style, the nape knot, looked tragically terrible. Read More »

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