When you see a need for change in your life it may be as simple as a beauty makeover. Makeovers are a great way to cheer yourself up, diminish boredom, and simply make yourself feel good about how you look. It may sound superficial, but let’s face it: feeling beautiful plays a major role in self-confidence.
First things first, figure out what you want to change. Is it your hair and skin? Maybe you need a new wardrobe. Make a list and begin making changes. Most importantly don’t forget the before picture! Following are some considerations for a beauty overhaul.
- Haircut – When choosing a new hairstyle there are many options. You can visit Minnesota School of Cosmetology to meet with a future cosmetology professional and have a consultation during which you will be able to discuss what types of cuts look best on your particular face shape. You can also upload an image of yourself to a variety of websites and literally try out different haircuts and see the results instantly.
- Color – Altering your hair color is a dramatic change that can transform your whole look. Again this is a great time to seek the advice of a future cosmetology professional at Minnesota School of Cosmetology. Pictures speak a thousand words when it comes to explaining what color you would like. Know your limits and decide how bold you want your change to be. Even something as subtle as adding a few face framing highlights can change the entire look of a haircut.
- Make-up – Most people are stuck in a rut when it comes to make-up. In order to gain new perspective on what colors would look pretty on you, get advice from others. Go to a make-up counter or come to Minnesota School of Cosmetology and have a make-up application. You’ll be amazed at the selection of colors. Some of which you may never have considered! And remember, sometimes when it comes to make-up, a makeover could mean a make-under.
You are unique, so don’t compare your looks to anyone else. A makeover is a great time to find ways to make those so-called “flaws” of yours look great! A fresh new perspective from a future professional may be just the place to begin generating fun ideas and help in creating a new you!
By: Tiffany Morvari, Instructor at Minnesota School of Cosmetology