Girls take time styling their hair. For some it’s just a simple brush and off they would go to school or to the office. But for some it can be more than that. To some, preparing their hair for the day ahead would mean having hair straighteners and hair styling products in hand with these considerations in mind: the colour and style of clothes they are going to wear for the day, the shoes they would wear with their wardrobe, the type of makeup they are going to apply, and the overall look they want to achieve. Is the day going to be a formal day at work? A brushed-up and polished ponytail would be good. Is it casual Wednesdays at the office? A beach hair carefully tousled to achieve the perfect casual look would the best option.
For girls wearing glasses, there’s one more thing to consider: their framed spectacles. For those who are just starting to wear them, it may be a bit of a challenge for them to style their hair especially if they’re part of the group who really spend minutes to an hour finding the perfect style to match their day. There are now some hairstyles that would need to be done differently. Braids and headbands are one thing they would need to give-up when they’re wearing their frames. And there are other hairstyles to steer clear from.
The key is to work around your glasses and know the hairstyles that would work best with them. You just need to know the tips and tricks for styling your hair when you’re wearing glasses. Here are a few worth noting.
How to Complement Frames
Most individuals stick with one type of glasses they wear all the time. This is may be one frame they feel comfortable wearing, they feel good using, and they feel matches their personality and lifestyle most. The type of glasses is a good factor to consider when picking the right style to give your hair. There are some hairstyles that look best with one type. Consider these tips:
• Soft frames would look best with bold hairstyles and bold frames with simple hairstyles.
• Frames that aren’t too big and aren’t too heavy-looking would look good with fringes. Remember to...