MCSARA Hair Length Chart
If you are wondering about which hair extension’s length suit you, read the following helpful information now. Depending on the average height of each person, an average hair growth rate of 0.5 inches a month. If you want to know your hair length you can measure from ear to ankle at the level of body parts.
MCSARA Hair Lengths are from 6 inches hair to 32 inches hair, which is from 15 cm to 80 cm correlatively. There will be various for you to choose from hair products.
How to measure the hair lengths of MCSARA hair extension?
The length of our products also depends on the texture. With the same length, the wavy hair looks shorter than straight hair but longer than curly hair. The reason is that this hair length is measured when the hair strand is in straight form.
Straight Hair: Your hair will appear in its actual length. This is because there are no kinks or bends in your mane, resulting in strands that hang long. For example, if you have 12 inches of length, your hair will likely fall just past your shoulders.
Wavy Hair: Your hair may appear a tad shorter than it actually is. This is because you have a bit of a bend to your hair texture. So, if you have 12 inches of length, you’ll generally have a shoulder-length mane.
Curly Hair: Your hair will appear an inch or two shorter than it actually is since you have tighter kinks and coils throughout your mane. This means if you have 12 inches of length, your hair will fall about an inch or two above your shoulders.
If you are wondering about which hair extension’s length suit you, read the following helpful information now.
- The length of our hair extension depends on the texture you choose. Our straight hair lies completely flat when it's measured.
- However, for wavy or curly hair, it is not simple like that. You need to pull the hair strands in a straight line and the hair length is different with straight hair that is the length of pulling the hair.
What are the different hair lengths?
It may is a difficult question when referring to hair lengths because there are often misunderstandings when someone describes the different hair lengths to another person, the consequences could be rather unpleasant. Simply, the different hair lengths mean that the lengths of hair measured at the level of body parts from ear to ankle. In order to avoid any further confusion about hair lengths and their definition, MCSARA created a handy hair length chart to show us the most common lengths.
1. Short hair (6 inches - 12 inches)
It is from above the ear to the chin that is a suitable length for some short hairstyles like bob, pixie... The short hairdo is often chosen as a brilliant way to create a dramatic change in your personal style, however, more women choose to cut their hair short because it is far less maintenance to keep looking styled and beautiful daily. For this reason, short hair is incredibly popular for new moms and busy career women, so they can spend their mornings on other important parts of their life that are taking up more and more of their time.
2. Medium hair (14-22 inches)
The shoulder length is another name of medium-length hair. It is super trendy and flatters just about any hair type. Not only that but it’s also the most common hair length!
Medium hair is so versatile and leaves the doors open to experiment with lots of different styles, from bangs to wispy waves to highlights and trendy ombre, the possibilities are endless.
3. Long hair (24 inches - 32 inches)
Armpit length or longer is also long-length hair. It is a style that simply doesn’t get old. From the past, long hair has been considered as the trademark of beauty, femininity, and fashion. You can combine this length with many textures because it is long enough to style any hairdo.
Before buying any type of hair extensions, you should consult about what texture and length suit your face to get a gorgeous hairstyle. Good luck!