BC: True Hair Color by Alexandria Pagan | 2013
FC: True Hair Color | By Alexandria Pagan
1: Hair Color
2: Cool Red | Warm Red
3: Red w/ Highlights & Low Highlights
4: Cool Blond | Warm Blond
5: Blonds Highlights
6: Cool Brown | Warm Brown
7: Browns with Highlights
8: Dimensional Color
9: Chemical Texture
10: Short Style Small to Medium Curl | Short Style Small to Medium Curl
11: Medium Style Medium to Large Curl
12: Long Hair Style Curl
13: Special Occasion
14: Up Do Style | Small & Medium | Long Length
15: Bridal Styles | Twist
16: B r a i d s | Corn Row Braids | Corn Row Braids
17: Press and Curl styles
18: Facial Shapes
19: The Square Shaped Face is characterized by a wide hairline and jaw. Square shaped faces need height on top and narrowness at the sides. Comb the hair off the forehead to add height to the face. Curly texture and wisps of hair around the face break the wide, straight lines common to the square face | As its name implies, the Oval Shaped Face is longer than wide, with a jaw that's narrower than the cheekbones. Because the oval shaped face has no dominant areas and is so proportional, this face looks good with just about any hairstyle, length or texture.
20: The Round Shaped Face is characterized by a wide hairline and fullness below the cheekbones. The woman may be overweight and the neck may appear short. These faces look very good with a geometric or linear style. Add height, when possible, and long, wispy side areas to make the cheeks look narrow. Comb hair close to the head on the sides and at the nape. | The Heart Shaped Face is characterized by a wider forehead and a narrower chin. Bring some hair onto the forehead to disguise its width. Keep hair close to the head at the eyes, but make it slightly full around the jaw, and below and in front of the earlobes.
21: The Diamond Shaped Face is characterized by a narrow chin and forehead with wide cheekbones. Diamond shaped faces need narrow sides and fullness at the chin. Bobs work very well for this shape. Avoid wearing height on top or volume on the sides. Use some fringe or bangs to cover narrow forehead. | The Pear Shaped Face is characterized by a small or narrow forehead and a rather large pouchy-appealing jawline. Comb hair to add width from the eye level through the crown of the head. Set and comb hair close to the head on the sides and at the nape. | The Oblong Shaped Face is characterized by a very long and narrow bone structure. The woman with an oblong facial shape often has a long, thin neck. Use a fringe or half-bang across the forehead by creating soft waves or curls in the crown and nape areas. This helps to create the illusion of an oval.
22: The characteristic features of the concave profile are a large, rounded forehead and a protruding chin which detracts from the size of the nose, so that the whole profile gives the appearance of caving in. In order to camouflage this profile, as best as possible, the emphasis needs to be placed on making the nose look more in proportion. Styles are best that add height on the crown, and softly fall onto the forehead, or that add fullness at the sides and finish below the ear level. Styles that are best avoided as they would emphasize the forehead and chin are those that require the hair to be taken off the forehead, or that finish at chin level. | The characteristic features of a convex profile are usually a small slanting forehead and small slanting chin that almost blends into the neck without any definite shape. Both of these features draw attention to the nose, emphasizing its shape and making its size look out of proportion. Keep the style close to the head at the nape and move hair forward in the chin area.
23: Woman Hair Cutting | Hair Cutting
24: Long Hair cuts
25: Medium Hair cuts
26: Short Hair cuts
27: Clipper Haircuts
28: Short Haircuts
29: Long and Medium Haircuts
30: Boy Haircuts
31: Girl Haircuts