Does your hairstyle match your personality?

by Bionic Beauty on 05.Sep.2010 · 7 comments

Here’s another fun quiz from Total Beauty- this time asking questions about your hair, how you style it, if you have bangs, etc. Answer the Q’s to find out what your hairstyle says about you… or rather what Total Beauty says your style says about you. *wink*
Hairstyle Personality Test

Consider this the Myers-Briggs test for hair and discover what your hairstyle says about you

Hairstyle Personality Test

This is a hairstyles article

Wanna know what your ‘do says about you? Find out by taking this quiz — then see which hairstyling products you should use.

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My results said I was indecisive. Hmmm… I don’t quite agree with my actual personality being indecisive. Sure, I may change my hair style constantly by adding highlights, cutting in bangs, dyeing it all blue on a whim, but those are my little thrills in life. But the personality that makes me “Jami” is quite decisive- I set my goals and move toward them, I know what I enjoy doing in life, and I am very decidedly a-okay with being a geeky gal who doesn’t always follow the herd.

Do your results match your personality? Or would you describe yourself entirely differently?


1 Tashi September 5, 2010 at 9:15 pm

I’d have to wait a couple more days to get to a computer to take this quiz, since my cell phone has some limits. Sorry. 🙂

My hair is naturally curly, and I keep it short. I color it with a mix of a copper-ish color and a blond-ish color from Ion at Sally Beauty Supplies. The results are a noticeable red, but not shockingly so. I’m part Irish, so the curly red hair does fit. I’m free-spirited, sometimes impulsive, I’m positive, kind, and often nutty (goofy in a good way — not lacking any fries from my Happy Meal, though). My hairstyle can be all over the place, depending on the wind, weather, or my day. 🙂 Not that I don’t take care of it. I do try to look nice. But sometimes, who cares? So I get added attention because the wind blew my curly red “do” all cattywampus. Eh. I’ve got more important things to worry about than constant hair checks. I’m cute, no matter how many curls are poking this way and that. Did I mention I’m humble? 😉 Hee-hee.

2 Stacy September 6, 2010 at 5:07 pm

I have natural curly red hair… lol. I’m also part Irish and that’s usually one of the first questions I get asked when someone notices the red curls. I like that regardless of how nice I fix it, it always has a little messy, tousled look to it. That way if it does get wind blown all over the place, it’s no big deal.

3 Stacy September 6, 2010 at 5:04 pm

Wooohooo…. I’m sexy and fun. LOL. Apparently having curls shows off the fun, sexy side. I would have to say that I agree. I have a tendency to be a little more serious when I wear my hair straight and my husband says that when I let my curls shine I am bouncy and sassy.

4 Tashi September 7, 2010 at 5:02 pm

Stacy, you’re a riot! 😀 Thanks for the laugh.

Curly redheads rock, no? Woohoo! (Ok, so I am not *naturally* red, but, eh!) I agree that we redheaded curly girls are a bit sassy at times. They don’t call us “fiery” for nothing, right? LOL

5 Tashi September 7, 2010 at 5:07 pm

Woohoo! I’m confident, fun, and daring! But I knew that already. LOL

I knew there would be product tie-ins somehow. I hate that. Why can’t quizzes just be there for fun, and not SO promotional? Also, call me a stickler for proofreading, but I can’t help it — I desperately wanted to re-write the results properly. Sorry — my English Degree rears its expensive head. 🙂

6 Bionic Beauty September 16, 2010 at 4:50 pm

Well, I’m a wavy dark red brunette, does that let me in the club? 🙂

Tashi, I agree… I could do without all the inserted ads and tie-ins on TB’s site. Their quizzes are fun though, so I post them… but I really wish they would limit the ads. From a blogger’s standpoint, I can somewhat understand, because it does cause A LOT of money to host a website (that has a lot of traffic and graphics/pictures), plus domain name costs, plus costs to battle the spammers and people who are constantly stealing your content, on & on.

And yes, the improper grammar drove me a bit bonkers too. I admit to taking some literary license here on BB, but I do try to keep the errors/typos to a minimum and fix them whenever someone points them out or I spot them. So feel free to always post if you spot something I need to fix. 😀

7 Tashi September 20, 2010 at 3:44 am

Jami, thanks for helping me see another point of view. I didn’t think about the sponsorship, cost of hosting a web site thing as you later explained.

As for pointing out errors on your site, if I see any really egregious ones, I’ll probably e-mail you. Otherwise, I think I’ll let you create as you please. 🙂 We’re all human, and we all make mistakes, anyway. You’re doing faboo! I see store and business ads and tv commercials that are much worse than any minor missed typos, etc., that may end up on your site. Keep up the great work! 😀

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