Four easy steps will guide you to creating this stunning, wearable, geometric look.
1. Section the length from just under the occipital bone in a curved horseshoe-shaped section. It’s best to think of this haircut as a short hair with longer length around the perimeter shape.
2. Work with a classic round layer to allow the hair to hug the head shape. I would advise to keep the top slightly square to ensure you do not create a corner which would result in added weight on top. Choose the optimal length carefully to allow for texturizing afterwards. Also, slightly lift towards the bottom of the sides to keep a little more weight at the bottom to later create the stronger outline.
3. Take horizontal sections on the side, and create a geometric outline whilst still keeping an element of softness over the ears.
4. Texturize throughout and cut the fringe to the desired length.
Haircut by Akin Konizi, international creative director, HOB Academy, London
Colour: Warren Boodaghian, head of technical, HOB Academ
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