How to get a great haircut for business women
Business women who want to have a good look and look great for their clients need to know how to get their hair styled properly, a recent study has found.
The study found that men who work in a corporate setting need to take a more professional approach to their grooming and styling as they tend to overdo their styles.
“This is a major problem for women as they are not trained to have such a strong focus on their grooming,” Dr Sanjeev Gupta, who led the study, told The Times of India.
“The majority of women who work for corporations do not understand how to properly groom their hair.
They do not have the time or expertise to learn the right techniques for their hair.”
The study looked at hair types, styles and the type of hair that women in India prefer.
The women who were the least educated in their hair types were the ones who preferred to have their hair in loose, long locks.
“When it comes to styling women’s hair, they are often more interested in short hair or long locks,” Gupta added.
“Women who work with more professional clients tend to get the most out of their styles.”
This study suggests that women who are not familiar with the grooming and styles of their hair type should make sure that they have a hairstyle tailored to their needs.
The researchers found that those who worked in a large company could spend more time looking for styles to fit the different types of hair.
“Many companies, especially large companies, are looking for a more polished look.
They prefer to have an aesthetic that is tailored to the specific hair type of the individual,” Gupta said.
“In contrast, the general public is looking for something that can be worn with casual style.”
Hair styles have become an important part of a woman’s personal style in recent years.
The most popular styles among men are straight hair and straight hair extensions, while women prefer straight or wavy hair extensions.
Women in India often wear more than one hairstyle in different occasions such as when travelling or shopping.
The majority of Indian women have two hair extensions per month and many wear a third hairstyle.
The hair styles vary from a simple straight-shaved hairstyle to more elaborate extensions that add more volume.
Hair extensions are not always fashionable in India, as some are considered to be an affront to the body, which is a sensitive topic.
“People have a perception that we do not wear hair extensions because of our body,” Gupta told The Indian Express.
“If you wear hair extension it is considered to give off a certain vibe that is not flattering.
If you wear a full-length hair extension you may be seen as an outsider.
It is not about fashion or style, it is about being in control.”
In addition to the hair styles, women also use cosmetics in their daily lives.
“We need to think of women as beauty-obsessed people,” Gupta pointed out.
“Most women who wear cosmetics do not even know the brands they are using.
The only brands that they are familiar with are the ones we are familiar to.”
The findings of this study will be published in the online edition of the journal Cosmetic Dermatology.
The Times has contacted the chief executive of the Indian Institute of Science and Technology, who did not respond immediately.