Many people talk about restyling their hair for months, or even years, before they actually head to a salon and make a change to their current look. Having a whole restyle should be an exciting prospect, but many people feel wary about trying out a new look. With this in mind, here are a few suggestions to help you decide when it the right time to go for a restyle.
If you know that you’re in need of a change, then it is worth considering exactly what you want that change to be before you arrive at the salon. Keep your eyes peeled for a style that you might like to try. You never know where you might spot a hair cut or style that you love: you might see an image in the window of a salon such RushHair London during your summer vacation, or you might find the perfect style while flicking through a hair magazine during the commute to work. Take note of what you loved about certain styles and discuss this with your stylist to find out how you might be able to achieve something similar.
Try not to opt for a restyle just days after a trip to the salon. New styles can take some time to get used to and change can come as a shock, but constant restyling can prove costly, not to mention damaging to the hair itself. If you are not happy with your style before you leave your salon, it is worth mentioning this to your stylist at the time to find out what changes might be made.
You may also find that opting for a complete change of style may be necessary to allow your hair to ‘recover’ for previous styles. You stylist should also be able to advise you when you will need to change your current style and what the best style options may be in order to keep your hair in good condition.