Much is known about the art of hairdressing. For centuries hair has been used to denote social
status, authority, make a fashion statement and an art form. Because hair has
been considered nothing more then a “fashion accessory” it has been cut,
colored, curled, crimped, braided, straightened, twisted and arranged in every
shape imaginable. In a relentless quest to make a fashion statement have hairdresser’s
over looked what I call Mother Nature’s Hairstyles?
Take a close look and you’ll see that many of the classic hairstyles throughout the ages are the
results of what “each hair type” when cut and shaped to unlock its natural
style potential. The shoulder length flips, bouncy page boy, close and full bobs,
long face framing straight and wavy looks and beautiful bouffant styles are all
perfect examples of Mother Natures Hairstyles.
I’ve found that with “few exceptions” everyone
This doesn't mean that you can't or shouldn’t change the natural hair from "curly to
straight" or color from “blond to red”, even Mother Nature can use a
helping hand. But before you reach for a off the rack one size fits all style ask
yourself what the hair can do on its own. Look closely at the direction is
grows, incorporate what it does naturally (straight, wavy, curly or combination)
and design the style around it. All it takes are a few well placed snips to
unlock its natural style potential for look that holds its shape as it grows, is
balanced from all points of view and styles itself. With a few adjustments
(trims) as it grows you can easily find the idea length and shape for a “one of
a kind” personal style. Take your hair styling approach to the “Next Level” and
use Mother Natures Hairstyle.