What are stars doing in some of the most awkward phases between short and long hairstyles? Oscar Winner and Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence tells it like it is during her recent appearance on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon.” Lawrence admitted that her short bob, garnering its fair share of attention with the media, is completely fake. What are some of the most awkward hair transitions, and what are some of the best ways to style them?
When Your Hair Is The Perfect Length, and It’s Still a Problem
It is one of the world’s harshest truths: sometimes, it can be an incredible struggle to keep your hair stylish and healthy, even when it is at the perfect length (or, sometimes, especially when it is at the perfect length). Modern salon and spas remind us that maintaining medium length hairstyles is not as simple as you might think. Regular trims and routine care is always necessary.
“Every eight to 12 weeks, ask your stylist to take off the minimum necessary to eliminate split end,” Oprah.com recommends. The former TV host also recommends showing your stylist just how many inches (if any) you want off with your fingers; that will eliminate confusion about two inches off the bottom with your hair dry versus two inches off the bottom with your hair wet.
The Awkwardness That Is Growing Out a Pixie Cut
If all else fails, there is no shame in taking a page out of Jennifer Lawrence’s book and opting for realistic hair extensions. Modern salon and spas reveal two secrets. First, quality hair care products can be used to style awkward bits of hair. If all the hair products in the world are not helping, wearing hair extensions while you wait for some of your natural hair to grow in is okay, too.
Don’t let celebrities fool you. Sometimes, maintaining the perfect haircut or transitioning from one to the other isn’t easy. Visit the salon for routine care, strategically use hair products, and consider hair extensions when things get especially unmanageable. Find out more here: www.namastehair.com