Getting a haircut might seem like a super spontaneous thing to do, but to ensure you're making a good decision (and one you won't come to regret later) you should ask yourself the questions below before you go any further!
Sometimes the idea of doing something new and different can be appealing if you're bored and looking for something to do, which is where the idea of getting a haircut comes in! Make sure you truly want a haircut because as you know, there's no going back once it's done! This is especially worth thinking about if you're a super spontaneous and spur-of-the-moment kind of girl!
Not everyone considers if a certain hair cut will suit them and only realise this after it's been done and they're having trouble styling their hair the next morning! It's true that different haircuts suit various face shapes, so determine which you have and see if it's a match made in heaven or best to opt for another style instead!
You may think that if you ask any hairdresser to cut your hair they will all do the same thing, however this isn't always true. Going to a hairdresser that you know personally or have been going to for a decent amount of time is your safest chance of getting the haircut you want and not ending up with anything else! If you're thinking of going to someone new who's never cut your hair, how do you know you can trust them to do a good job and achieve the look you're after?
Another great thing to consider before you get a haircut is finding a celebrity (in a magazine that you can bring it or just a photo on your phone) that has the haircut you're after. A visual image will help your hairdresser out heaps by showing them exactly what you want, especially if they don't quite understand when you try explaining it to them!
You should only get a haircut if you really want a change! If you're undecided or are still considering the idea, wait until you're 100% sure you want to have it done to save yourself any regret you may have later on. Be certain that this is what you want!
Some people raise their expectation when it comes to getting a new haircut, thinking it will solve lots of their problems and make their lives way better! While it's true that you may feel heaps better and more confident with a new haircut, keep a hold of realistic expectations that it may not change much else - you're still going to be yourself and not your fave celeb!
This might not cross everyone's minds but it's still worth thinking about! If you've gotten your hair cut many times before, you're probably familiar with having shorter hair and the actual process of getting it cut than someone who has never, ever had theirs cut and is considering doing it for the first time. Only get yours cut if you feel totally comfortable!