The world of fashion, particularly from a female perspective, is a merely colossal industry, and specific trends gain immense popularity. On the other side of this, there is an equally high number of styles and looks that gain notoriety or quite only derision. Hair can often play a big part in fashion, and for women, it is an area where a faux pas can swiftly lead to a lot of attention.
Too much product
Just as it is all too easy to wear too much make-up, the same rules apply for hair products. The risk of flattening your hair is something that means you should tread very carefully in this instance.
Growing over the eyes
There have been many hairstyles and fashions that have been far from easy on the eye for a multitude of reasons. However, allowing your hair to trouble you by growing over your eyes is certainly unnecessary, so make sure that your bangs are not heading out of control.
Two in one
Choosing to combine two vastly different hairstyles in one is always likely to give you outlandish results, so if you are bringing together a mix of looks, then make sure that they are not of the typical chalk and cheese variety.
Overboard with the accessories
You can spoil many styles by using too many accessories in your hair, and this sentiment is also true of ones that are too big. When used subtly, you can add a new dimension to the look with a hair accessory, but it can just as easily take over and leave people distracted from your sleek hairstyle by half a plant sitting on top of it, so use those flowers sparingly.
Hugely contrasting extensions
Extensions have been a beneficial and popular addition to hairdressing, but if you want to add them to your hair to finish the look, then make sure that they blend in. Having extensions that are the total opposite to the rest of your hair in style and color will only serve to make it all look disjointed and wholly unnatural.
Up and down
It is clear that bringing the opposite ends of a spectrum together in one hairstyle is a risky business, and this general tip extends to the ‘up and down’ look. If you want to mix the two, then try to avoid supplementing the curls, for example, with a very stark up-style.