Have you ever stared at yourself in the mirror and pondered the idea that maybe you don’t have the right hair style? It’s very plausible considering many of us change hair styles in search for something that really fits us. Generally you want your hair style to fit the shape of your face, but don’t forget you also want it to fit your personality.
The first place you should start in determining the right hair style for your personality is what you typical day is like. Depending on your work environment and common living style you can really find something that fits you. For instance: if you are in a hot work environment doing lots of physical activity, you probably have short hair on your head which means you should keep it consistent. In hot work environments and/or being very physically active generally doesn’t mesh well with big bushy beards.
Style is everything when it comes to physical appearance. Having no facial hair can say just as much as having the craziest facial hair out there. If you are a reserved person who doesn’t like lots of attention, then a clean face might be the option for you. Otherwise, something very contempt is the way to go. A simple 5 o-clock shadow that is nicely kept is a very reserved, classy look. Regardless, keeping your facial hair well maintained is probably the most important of all. In order to get your facial hair look neat, sharp, and clean, getting a high quality razor and trimmer are mandatory. Just remember, the more time you put into your facial hair, the more time will spend looking at it and admiring it. You want that don’t you?
The actual science of facial hair is that it can paint a general picture of your personality before someone even gets to know you. For instance, a bushy black beard and mustache can make you appear aggressive and/or intimidating. This could work for or against you; it all depends on the recipient. On the other hand, a clean-shaven or someone with light stubble might appear sociable, charismatic, and confident. With this said, if it is a ragged looking stubble with patches of gray, one may mistake you for for someone living in poverty who can’t afford a nice razor.
This article on The Huffington Post goes into detail about some of the messages you pass off with your facial hair. Of course, your actual face has a lot to do with it too, but generally your facial hair can really send out a vivid message. You can see that facial hair gives off vibes about your maturity, confidence, and overall life style.