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So what does your hair type say about you?
Fine hair: This hair texture indicates someone who is emotionally sensitive and may be physically fragile, especially if she is slender.
Thick, wiry hair: This indicates someone who has robust health and physical prowess…she may be naturally sporty and have the ability to shine athletically. She also has good powers of recuperation when unwell and enjoys rising to challenges. Tell this person that something can’t be done and she will go to great lengths to prove you wrong!
Curly hair: Someone with naturally curly hair is active and energetic and has a real fun and bubbly side to her nature. If a person feels the need to curl her hair, perhaps with a perm, it shows that she needs to introduce this type of energy into her life.
Straight hair: Someone with naturally straight hair is said to be easy-going and a relaxing companion. Not one for panicking ….she is someone you’d be glad to have around in a crisis. If a woman makes a point of straightening her hair, it is said she wants to cultivate these qualities within herself
Long hair: The person with long hair is considerate and practical. She’s a bit of a free spirit and needs to go her own way through life. She is likely to have lots of creative abilities and flair and therefore has the potential to go far in the world of self-employment. Those with long hair tend towards the world of modelling, creative arts such as theatre, etc.
Short hair: The shorter the hair, the more decisive is the person. Very short, cropped hair indicates someone who is ambitious, dynamic and possibly a little pushy. Short haired people are often found in positions of authority in their working world.
Shaved hair: Someone with a shaved head is full of dynamic energy, strives to stand out from the crowd and will often have a secret hidden in their past which troubles them greatly. Shaved headed people are often restless, and tense individuals. With regard to work, they are often found in creative environments such as art, writing or modelling.