IELTS Speaking Part 1: Topic Hairstyle

Topic: Hairstyle

  1. What’s your favorite hairstyle?

I don’t actually have a favorite hairstyle these days. But approximately 3 years ago, I used to be a big fan of the undercut style which was compatible with my round face. However, at the present, I don’t really care much, so I just let the barber do whatever he wants.

  1. Do you care about hairstyles?

Definitely yes! As somebody who always keeps on top of fashion, I have to admit that my hair has to stay in immaculate condition as well as up-to-date in style and trend; that’s why it takes me quite long to sort myself out in the morning. Generally speaking, I like my hair to be stylish and trendy.

  1. Do you always have that kind of hairstyle?

No, every now and again, I change my hairstyle to have a different look. I think it’s kind of dull if I have the same hairstyle all year round. Having a new hairstyle is refreshing and at the same time liberating.

  1. Do you go to a barber’s shop or hair salon?

Oftentimes I have my haircut in a hair salon since there are various hairstylists in there who are really knowledgeable about styling my hair. They know what hairstyle is most suitable for me, not only that, they have other services such as hair coloring, hair rebonding, hair waving, and so on.

They can suggest or give professional advice on how to make my hair look great.

  1. Was there a time that you felt disappointed of your hairstyle?

Yes and that was so heartbreaking! I consider it as a nightmare. I remember I wanted to have a fringe since it was so trendy during my high school days but what I got was a hair disaster. I got an uneven fringe and it was shorter than what I wanted. I believe, that hairdresser was unprofessional.

  1. How long have you had your current haircut?

Well, actually, I don’t change my hair that often. I believe that the last time was about four years ago. I tried a shorter look back then, but I eventually grew tired of it. Now I like to try a new hair color which is trendy these days, but I don’t think I have enough time for it.

  1. How often do you have a haircut?

Well, let me see … my hair takes a little long time grow, so if I want to have some renovations, it should take about two or three months. I’ve just had it done earlier this month, and so far I’m quite satisfied with it because I got it permed, and I like it looking wavy.

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