Hair Types (Tipos de Cabello) and Hairstyles in Spanish
In humans, “el pelo” has two functions, protection to protects the scalp from the sun and cold and aesthetics.
There are many types of hair, styles, and colors due to the expressions of criteria, tastes, and diversities. Hair currently has great importance because it can configure the appearance of people that at the same time plays a very important role in our society. This is nothing new, throughout history hair represents a mode of language in the expression of thoughts and feelings. Expressing your ideology through different hairstyles is part of culture and diversity, and has a very important role in the social sector today.
The different hairstyles are both a symbolic indicator of gender, as well as of the social, religious, and professional status of both women and men. The diversity of colors in it also builds as the main indicator in society, since the way in which each one presents their hair in terms of color and style speaks of the individual himself, how he feels, and his identity. According to studies, many women define themselves by their external appearance. An example would be if someone did not like to change their hair color or style, this could mean that the person is simple and stable. Having beautiful and healthy hair is one-way women use to measure their beauty and appearance. That is why in this lesson we have decided to talk about the different types of hair in Spanish. At the end of this topic, you will know how to say and name a great variety of them Let’s get started.
List of Hair Types.
HairStyles (Estilos de Cabello)
Moño, Cola(Bun, Tail)
Other words and phrases that we use with: hair Spanish:
tie – lazo para el cabello messy – cabello desordenado dark – cabello oscuro clip – pinza de pelo facial hair – vello facial highlights – reflejos de cabello nappy – muy corto thick – cabello grueso crazy – cabello loco beautiful – cabello hermoso looks nice – el cabello se ve bien dry – cabello seco layered – cabello en capas brushed – pelo cepillado medium length – cabello de longitud media brassy – cabello cobrizo
What are the emotions and feelings in Spanish? Emotions are affective states that we experience. Subjective reactions to the environment are accompanied by organic -physiological and endocrine- changes of natural origin.
Below you will find a list of the types of emotions in Spanish.