Everyone goes through haircut disasters, some realise it and some don’t. I pitty those who don’t realise it and wear the disastrous haircut, they look funny and ridiculous. At times you might end up with a bad haircut but if you know how to tackle it you can save yourself of some embarrassment but if you don’t realise it then you need to learn some lessons.
How to know if your haircut is good or bad?
1) Age and haircut - Your haircut should compliment your age, if you are in your early forties and you get a short bob done then it is certainly alarming. This type of hair is meant for teens, and doesn’t go well with traditional Indian outfits like sarees or chudidar. With age our metabolism is affected and usually Indian woman are fat and obese so if you fall in this category you should avoid a cut that is too short for it will not cover your thick neck, shoulders and the tyres of chin. Instead of camouflaging these flaws it will highlight them.
2) Clothes and haircut - The kind of clothes you wear is an important factor to be considered when getting a haircut done. Some hairstyles only suit western dressing style and don’t go well with Indian dress up. So, peep into your wardrobe and check if you have more of western or Indian clothes. Soft layers can safely be worn on both types of clothes but jagged layers, unkempt hair will certainly look weird with Indian sarees.
3) Lifestyle and haircut - This is very important, if you know you have a hectic lifestyle and you cannot spend more than 5 minutes on grooming your hair then opt for a zero maintenance haircut. A haircut that requires blow drying or ironing or use of hair products is not for you, if you still go ahead and get it done then you will not only be a subject of gossip at work but will also ruin your hair by adopting quick fixes. Such people tend to get harsh with their hair, they use blow drier and irons at the highest temperature and damage the hair. Go for a high maintenance haircut only if you have the time to maintain it.