Doesn’t it always seem that one time a fad has taken the eyeball of the fashion-conscious, you see the same hairstyle everywhere on everyone of every walk of life? I mean, think some the “bowl” cut of the 90s. Everyone had that cut accepting men, women and babies. I kid you not when I say that while making at the salon I did 20 of these haircuts in one day. I thought I was going to be sick. And that fad fell some for years until everyone was moved.
Granted, it is very tempting to go out and get the latest hair style fad. In some examples, doing so can make you see like you are on the cutting edge of fashion. In other cases, making a fad cut can make you look like a copycat with no style sense of your individual. So, how do you know if it is okay to be a particular fad?
First, you should think about the reasons you need a particular cut. Is it because you really like the style and think it would mix well with and congratulate your style of dress or do you simply want the cut because so and so has it? When it comes to style and hair styles in particular, what you wear is an expression of who you are. You should never get a style because person else breaks it and it works well for them. Alternatively, choose trends that are true to your quality even if no one else has them.
Future, you should see how some different people are wearing the way. If there are only a few and the style is relegated to certain social circles that you are a part of, it might be a good idea to get the cut especially if it is an expression of your style of clothes. But if everyone is getting the cut, you would see like you were difficult to copy off of everyone else alternatively of being yourself.
If there are relatively few people that you have seen wearing the cut and none in the area where you live, a rage cut that suits your personality could be a special way to set you aside from the others. For example: You see a great hair style on a movie that you think is perfect for you. Go ahead, get the cut, but be sure to change your style once everyone else has caught onto the idea. Doing so will have you a fad setter instead of a fad follower.