How to Change Your Hairstyle – Ultimate Hairstyle Changing Guide

How to Change Your Hairstyle

Ladies, you can face either of these 2 extreme hairstyle change-situations in your life:

Situation 1

You’ve ultimately got your hair to the sound length and admire your haircut, but you feel like you’re lost in a bit of a style rut, or maybe the commitment and sometimes radical change of going for the chop is too much to bear to change hairstyle.

Situation 2

Edge of the month corresponds broke-o’clock! From bartering your Starbucks coffee for cutting chai and withstanding life on BBJ (bread, butter, and jam) even the notion of visiting your hairstylist may give your (empty) wallet a heart attack!

Well, ever heard of hair makeovers on a budget? While your bare bank account may not approve your listless locks, you may presumably want to play it smart. Also, I can tell you how to vaunt a hair change without chopping off those beauties.

Keep reading girl I’ll tell you how!

The good news is that this is very plausible – and actually a lot simpler than you might think.

How to Change Your Hairstyle

Here are a few sneaky tips and tricks to change your hairstyle…

1. Opt for a Low-Maintenance Haircut

Opt for a Low-Maintenance Haircut

A haircut (particularly a bob or lob) can immediately switch-up your hair game. So, if you’re someone who gets frequent haircuts like me, then update your hair with a cropped haircut.

If you have dense hair, opt for heavy layers and for ladies with fine tresses, a classic blunt cut could do sensations.

2. Change your Hairstyle with Streaks of Colour

Change your Hairstyle with Streaks of Colour

While you may be yearning to go all out with trendy new hair color, your mind and heart must be debating over which hue to choose? In this situation, I can advise you to opt for some streaks of colour such as a blood-red, electric blue/purple or any shade of neons only on the bottom-most layer of your hair.

A peppy colour is certain to peek from underneath, hence giving your hair an all-new incline.

3. Accessories for that extra glamour

Accessories for that extra glamour

I can understand, wearing your hair in the same old way for months along can get boring AF! To add that extra #OOMPH, you can rely on accessories. And, the good part is that hair accessories are currently having a moment in the glamour world.

From chunky barrettes to super cute headbands and not to be missed a stack of bobby pins, there are a zillion choices I can give you to add fresh spunk to change your hairstyle.

4. A wet game for a hairstyle change

A wet game for a hairstyle change

This is one look that is generating a storm on red carpets and runways. Celebrities like Janhvi Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, and many international runway models, everyone has been exploring with the wet-hair hairstyle, and it is really the most straightforward way to switch up your look.

All you need to do is work on damp hair. Take a blob of hair gel, to begin with, and apply more progressing further so as to amp up your ‘wet’ hair look. Comb-back your hair and complete off with a shine hair spray.

5. Part ways with your regular hair parting style

Part ways with your regular hair parting style

Have you ever tried shifting your hair parting? If not, then now is the best time to do so, particularly when you desire to spruce up your look with zero bucks spent.

Altering your hair parting will add volume and dimension at the roots and dramatically reinvent your look.

6. Give yourself a fake fringe

Give yourself a fake fringe

I have imagined what I would look like with a fringe, but it is quite a commitment (girls with fringe know exactly what I mean!). Thankfully, there’s an effortless way to give yourself one without the fuss!

Drag your hair into a really high pony and wrap your hair creating into a bun until the ends of your hair are merely long enough to cover your forehead. Secure in place with pins and style and straighten your brand-new ‘fringe’ with your hair straightener.

7. A faux bob for a hairstyle change

A faux bob for a hairstyle change

If your hair is on the longer side, give yourself a total make-over… for a day or two! Follow the steps below

  • Bring your hair into a low ponytail and secure it with an elastic band just below the nape of your neck.
  • Tuck the ponytail under the rest of your hair and secure it with clips.
  • It’ll look like you’ve gone for the chop and have a chic bob as a result – and chances are you’ll be doing this again and again.

8. Leave it alone

Leave it alone

You may actually shock yourself if you really just leave your hair alone for a change. Rather than continually trying to recreate the style you left your hairdresser with, leave your hair to air dry – perhaps with a spritz of a spray or two.

A really good haircut should suit your hair type and face shape, which means you should be able to ‘wash and go’ – and who knows, you could be pleasantly surprised.

Going for a haircut is an obvious way to change your hairstyle. I do that all the time! But what if just in case we miss our old hairstyle? A haircut change can spice up your look within a few mins, you can get that “oh wow you look amazing” comments or even better, boost your CONFIDENCE! By not changing your hairstyle you are missing out the WOW-factor in your life. I suggest you to not find any occasion to change your hairstyle and just go for it right now!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Can a hairstyle change your appearance?

A haircut change can spice up your look within a few mins, you can get that “oh wow you look amazing” comments or even better, boost your CONFIDENCE!

How do I choose my hairstyle?

Choose your hairstyle base on-trend, time of the year and occasion.

How often should you change your hairstyle?

Changing hairstyle totally depends on you, so it’s your call!

How can I spice up my hairstyle?

Opt for a low-maintenance haircut
Color it
Accessorize it
Change the hair partition
Make a faux bob
Add a fringe

What’s the best hair color for me?

Opt for some streaks of colour such as a blood-red, electric blue/purple or any shade of neons only on the bottom-most layer of your hair.

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