To cut or not to cut? That is the question.
Every nurse has been faced with this decision at least once in her career. When you’re on duty, it is important that you keep your hair out your face (not to mention your patients’ faces) so you can see exactly what you’re doing. Having to constantly brush bangs from your eyes can be distracting and dangerous. No matter what style you choose, practicality is key.
Now some of us would offer our right arm to the scissors before we ever lopped our locks. Growing hair out takes patience and time. Why sacrifice that hard-earned length for a look that could go terribly wrong? Well…how about the chance that it could go wonderfully well? Short hair is hot in the fashion world and practical in the everyday world. It’s an option worth at least some consideration.
In the end, the best style for you is the one that makes you feel the most comfortable. So whichever do you choose, do it with the glowing confidence that makes you the awesome nurse you are!
For long hair, try these up-dos:
* Ponytail: Keep it simple with this classic, yet playful style
* French Bun: Pile it neat, messy, low, high, tight or loose. Buns offer you the freedom of variety
* Fishtail Braid: Achieve this intricate-looking style with just a few quick & easy steps.
For short hair, try these cuts:
* The Bob: The perfect way to frame your beautiful face
* Pixie Cut: Closely trimmed on the back and sides with a slightly longer top layer, a pixie cut is the key to a low maintenance morning
* Crop Cut: Go for a tousled-looking version of the pixie cut.
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