Do you finally want to know what hair length really suits you? Then use this formula!
Octopus Haircut, Undone Boy Bob, or Mullet: There are quite a few haircuts that look super nice and that we definitely want to try out. But even though we have totally fallen in love with a look, we first ask ourselves the question: does it suit me at all? Does a short hairstyle suit me or do I stick with long hair? You only really know that when you try the new cut – right? If you've been wondering which hair length suits you for a long time, here's the answer!
The secret to the perfect hairstyle: math. No joke! The 5.5 cm rule promises a clear answer to the question of what hair length really suits you. And for that, we not only need some math knowledge but also the right angle. But don't worry if it's been a while since your last math lesson: all you have to do is read numbers off a ruler.
Here's how the formula works
The math formula for the perfect hair length comes from the hair experts at John Frieda. All you need is a ruler, a pen and a mirror. How to calculate your hair length step by step:
The result of your measurement gives you the answer: If the distance is less than 5.5 cm, you have a short haircut. If it is more than 5.5 cm, longer hair suits you best.
Of course, the math shouldn't be the only thing that decides which hairstyle you wear. Even if your measurement says otherwise: If you fancy a cool short haircut, go for it! In addition, the shape of the face and the hair structure should be considered when choosing the hair length. Ultimately, one thing counts above all: that you feel beautiful and self-confident with your hairstyle! There is no math formula in the world that can counter this feeling.