Intimidating haircuts

22 Jan

If the cut is done well, it shouldn’t flip and should fall into place easily.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

It’s especially convenient for those of us who have a fast-paced lifestyle like office professionals, new moms (or just moms in general! This haircut is an A-line bob with a front fringe and a slight graduation in the back.

My favorite part of this haircut is where I left the front point of the bob a little longer and softer to give it a flowing feel.

If you’re going for a more sleek, straight look, I recommend a quick blow dry with a good heat protector and then running a flat iron over it. I would also recommend having the cut touched up by your stylist once every eight weeks or so to keep things looking fresh.

I can honestly say that I would recommend this style to anyone who wants a sleek, put together look that’s easy to maintain.

It’s super customizable and versatile despite looking drastic and edgy.

How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

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First, I use a pea-sized amount of Dressed Up, a blow dry cream by Hairstory.Then, I wrap the hair back and forth around the head shape with a blow dryer on low, following closely to the brush.The wrap dry technique helps to keep the style smooth, yet full of shine and movement.I used Essence Absolute and Cotton Uzu by Shu Uemura for shine, smoothness and a very polished finish to the hair.This haircut can be worn on anyone looking for a fuller look.