Chop them locks off

Find out what appeals to youngsters when they go for a hair appointment.

By Author   |   Published: 25th Dec 2016   11:00 pm Updated: 26th Dec 2016   4:40 pm
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People who love their hair try to experiment with it. Chic or crazy, a new hairstyle is bound to make you happier and more confident. The numerous post-haircut-selfies prove our point.

We often get inspired by our favourite movie stars who pop up with different hairstyles in different movies. Hairstyle changes a person’s look completely. 

From sport stars like Dhoni, Virat Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar to actors like Ranbir Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor, celebrities keep changing their hairstyles to woo fans. At the same time, hair experts also come up with funky haircuts. Cuts like apple logo haircut, pineapple-shaped haircut for men, crimped crown braid, asymmetric ombre and femme pop for women are quite popular these days. Haircut depends on a lot of things like how the person looks, their attitude, taste, apparel they wear, etc. 

Sanjay Kotamraju, a young Taekwando player, says, “Men hardly have chances to groom themselves and, unlike women, we don’t have as many options. So, our shortcut to looking handsome is to play with our hair. I think trying new haircuts once in a while cannot just make us look attractive but also make us feel good.”

While for the cool, funky guy disconnected haircuts suit well, for the corporate woman, a haircut that can be styled into both formal and informal is convenient. While dressing a hero’s hair, the story line is often kept in mind. Haircuts like undercut, disconnected type and spikes are the trending ones.