Haircuts For Fine Hair Biography
Hair Styles For Older Women With Fine Hair Biography
Nothing underscores life's irony like career paths. While one of my friends, a complete teetotaler, became a brand manager at Seagram's Liqueur, I, with my baby fine, impossibly slow-to-grow hair, ended up writing for cosmetology textbooks, salon and beauty magazines, and even hair care manufacturers.
Talk about initiation by fire! Suddenly, I was expected to have a hurricane mane (like half the women around me) and to be a hair expert. I was flooded with requests from hairdressers to perm or cut my hair--more pointedly, they'd say, "You have to cut that mop; fine hair looks terrible that long."
Back then, the thinking was that fine hair never looked good unless it was cut into a super-short bob and the tactics for getting clients were clearly unrefined.
Throughout my 25+ year career, I've been in hundreds of salons, from London to Moscow, New York to San Francisco, and had haircuts that ranged from $15 to $250+. I've also had every cut imaginable, a slew of bad perms and hair colors I shouldn't have tried.
Naturally, fine hair became my forte and I explored countless techniques for "enhancing" fine hair, ranging from undercutting, in which short pieces of hair "plump" up longer surface strands to create volume, to relaxing fine hair, since sodium hydroxide "will really blow up the cuticle," transforming fine, straight strands into a real bomb. (I passed on actually trying the later.)
If you're ready for the best, the worst and what really works, here's 25+ year's worth of hard-earned knowledge, straight from the best hairdressers in the world--and the real-life litmus test!
I love my man, but what is it about his hair? If I didn’t force him to go to my Beverly Hills Hairstylist, who does GREAT men’s cuts, he’d just let it sprout on his head until it.
got in his eyes. Really?? Would he like it if I acted that way about my hair? I don’t think so. So guys, I know, even thinking about choosing a hairstyle or a hairstylist might seem unnecessary or unmanly or just too confusing, but honestly, it is as important as brushing your teeth or choosing a great suit. And it’s not difficult. Men’s hairstyles in 2011 are crisp and unfussy. Even the vintage looks, inspired by shows like Mad Men, are assisted with great hair product so that you can style it in the morning and it will hold all day