Get the best haircut for YOU at Theory Hair Salon – Austin/ Round Rock

Trends come and go. What’s in today is out next month, so unless you have bottomless pockets, you probably know that it’s near impossible to change your look every month. Not to mention very damaging to your hair.

Also, not every trend out there is for everyone. For example, skinny jeans may be everywhere but they just may not be what you like. So, there’s no use forcing them. Same goes for hair styles. Sometimes, no matter how much you might see a trend, it may just not be what you want or what is best for your hair type or face shape.

That’s why it’s super important to keep a good stylist in your phonebook! A hair expert can always help you decide what it best for you depending on your taste and needs.

Things to consider when choosing the best haircut for yourself:
1. Styling time: Do you have all the time in the world to blow dry, curl, scrunch, tie, braid, etc? Or are you more of a wash and go kind of gal? If you’re the former, your options might be pretty big, but if you’re the latter, you definitely want to work with your hair type and not against. This means, for example, keeping your curls and working with them so they look fabulous, rather than getting a cut that will make them unmanageable.

2. Hair type: Is your hair stick straight, curly, wavy, natural? Go for a haircut where your hair will do most of the work for you. You don’t want to have to spend too much money and time on getting your hair to do the impossible all the time.

A good stylist can help you pick a haircut that best suits your needs, time and style. If you’re on the fence about what to do with your hair next, come out to Theory Hair Salon. We can help point you in the right direction. Remember, there is no one right answer when it comes to deciding your look, but there are a ton of great options!

We’ll see you soon!

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