I have been a working woman for well over a decade now, but my struggle with dressing up everyday for office has never really ended. I  am sure I am not alone here, daily dressing up really can be taxing for you. We generally tend to put a lot of effort in choosing the right clothes, shoes and accessories and end up with unattended hair do’s as this takes maximum of our time & effort.

Today let’s talk about the importance of choosing the right hairstyle and I will also share with you 3 Easy Hairstyles that you can wear at work with minimum effort.

Why Is It Important to Choose a Good Hairstyle?

Here are some reasons why you must select the appropriate hairstyle and the factors you should keep in mind while selecting one. It should in totality suit your face, hair texture as well as your personality:


1. Helps in Enhancing Your Personality

The first and foremost reason to select a good hairstyle is because you can enhance your look and personality by using the right hairstyles. Why settle for an ordinary hairstyle if you can look better? In some cases, the childhood and adolescence hairstyle might be the best hairstyle for the person’s face shape and hair quality. But it is not true in all cases.

A lot of people have realized that there are other types of hairstyles which work out better for them though they might not have thought of it previously. If you are working in  an entertainment industry then a trendy and modern hairstyle might work out well. On the other hand, a professional hairstyle might suit corporate office goers better. If the selection of the hairstyle is right then it would definitely add to your personality and might also help you enhancing it.


2. Ensure it Suits Your Face Cut.

The hairstyle that you choose must match the face cutting or in other words shape of your face (such as pointed face, broad face, circular face etc.). Talk to your hairstylist in detail before finalizing and executing the final look. Sometimes, what looks good in a catalog on a particular model might not suit you. Try searching for models with similar face cut as yours, this will give a better clarity on the final look.


3. Consider Your Lifestyle.

The hairstyle you choose must match your lifestyle. The right hairstyle might also help in success in your respective careers. Hairstyles have helped several celebrities including rock stars, sportsperson, actors etc. to gain a massive amount of followers who try to copy their hairstyle. In case of professionals, it is also important to keep in mind the time needed for the hairstyle while selecting it. It is true especially for girls and ladies. A complex hairstyle might not be easy to make or to maintain for a regular female office goer. So, this must be kept in mind while selecting the hairstyle.


4. Ensure it Suits Your Hair Type.

Your hairstyle must not only suit your face but also suit your type of hair. For example, a regular hairstyle might not work out well with curly hair. Similarly, different densities of hair might also suit different hairstyles. Make sure not to choose a hairstyle that makes your hair look more scanty if you already fall into that category.


5. Experiment.

Finally, it is not a bad idea to experiment once in a while. Change is the way of life. Why keep a constant hairstyle throughout your life? Why not try something different? However, proper research must be done before experiment especially if you need to go out of your house quite regularly.


Now that I have thrown some light on the important pointers you should consider on choosing a hairstyle for yourself, let me show you 3 simple yet elegant hair do’s which could help you look different from others and will help you pep up your mood & confidence at work.

So, go ahead and dive in 🙂


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