Published at Thursday, June 25th 2020. by Emilia Simon in Hairstyle.
Keep in mind various factors such as the workplace, your activities and the frequency of attending formal events. Do you often find yourself at the centre of public attention and under scrutiny? Perhaps you avoid the limelight in favour of an office setting? Have you a penchant for sports or outdoor activities? Remember that your choice of hairstyle can either project or indeed downplay these traits.
Contrast is not a negative trait that should be avoided. Ask yourself what personality traits you wish to project and scrutinise its weaknesses. A hairstyle that contrasts with your clothing adds an element of complexity to your character. However, the overall ensemble should always be concluded with a harmonious finish.
Assuredly, this prejudice is rife with stereotyping. Nonetheless, we cannot avoid human instinct based on social constructs. The above perceptions indicate the extent that a hairstyle will affect your influence on your entourage. It is therefore essential that all contributing factors are taken into account to create a coordinated projection of your true identity. This includes everything from the suit and its fit, your shirt / tie combination, watch and choice of shoes.
If your hair is thick, that’s really big luck, but you should know how to cope with your luxurious mane. Thick hair is always characterized by restive nature.
Most women over 40 say that they are way more confident than they were in their 30s. With that being said, your 40s is the best time to explore new hairstyles to express who you are! It’s no longer about the trends and definitely not about fitting in.
Consider also that according to a 2009 Axe survey, nearly 74% of women agree that hair is the first things they notice about a man. If you think about it, a job interview is very much like a first date.
These cuts range from an edgy cropped cut, pixies, choppy layers, modern lob, to a gorgeous stacked bob.
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