What Mood is Your Hair Style?
Taking into consideration that you may be a combination of 'moods,' which of these best fits you?
- You love silk, flower prints, lace and pastel colors.
- You love to shop at vintage stores.
- Look for curls, soft hair colors, highlights of golden blonde, light brown and strawberry blonde
- You like anything out of the ordinary.
- You like to draw attention and to make heads turn
- You wear bold strong colors and dramatic shapes
- You like large jewelry and accessories
- You like change and new ideas.
- You will be happy with crazy hair and hair color.
- You are playful and feminine.
- You are fashion oriented and enjoy the latest looks.
- You wear small jewelry, often geometric in shape.
- You will be happy with short hair
- Try a side part
- You are coordinated in your wardrobe and often wear navy, black, white, cream, brown or gray.
- Many items in your wardrobe can be combined with others to make outfits.
- You usually choose expensive, high-quality shoes
- Your hair needs to be in good shape and appropriate hair color
- If your hair is long, you will enjoy wearing a ponytail or bun.
- Stay with classic hair color, thin highlights, natural reds and various shades of brown.
- The key to your lifestyle is being comfortable.
- Your wardrobe doesn’t include high heels. You have flats, comfortable shoes and sneakers.
- Your purse may be a backpack.
- You wear blue jeans and t-shirts.
- Your hair must be easy to maintain.
- You will be happy wearing a perm if it makes your hair easier to style.
- If you wear long hair, a loose pony tail is for you.
Now that you have considered your 'mood', think about what your hair color does for you. Choose Your Hair Color
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