And here are the after pictures :) thinking of having this myself!! I will draw up the technique I created and post it ASAP !!
I was sitting on my lunch break yesterday and felt like experimenting - out came the block and I created my own technique using some sample l’oreal colours we had been given (9.3 and 5.12). Here are the before pictures
Here’s a cut and colour I did today… Chloe came in with purple/black hair so I highlighted with the herringbone technique using bleach and 6% and then I used Wella 10/16 as a toner …. The cut is a basic graduated bob but with the front bangs sectioned off while cutting, and then chipped into to leave them wispy and disconnected from the rest of the haircut :)
This is a very popular haircut at the moment, great step by step to show you how!
Ever wondered how these celebrities go from having no fringe, to having a flawless thick fringe, to having no sign of a fringe again? A Wig? Magic? Not so. In fact it is a clip-in fringe (otherwise known as a winge). This way you get to change your look without having the itchiness of a wig, and also without having to cut your own hair and then painstakingly growing it back out when you get bored!
Above is a picture of a typical “Winge” , you just clip it in, get your stylist to blend it into your own hairstyle , and hey presto… you have a fab fringe that looks like your own hair!
DAVID BECKHAM is definately the hair man of the moment… AGAIN! Guys come into the salon week in, week out asking for the ‘New Becks Haircut’ …. Ladies love him but its also evident that most guys have a serious man crush on this guy!
Over the years he truly has sculpted the way men think about their hair, from long curtains that has to be detained with an alice band, to a number 1 all over… David can rock any style! So move over Robert Pattison, Ryan Gosling…and the TOWIE cast… to me David Beckham is the most consistent male style icon in recent history!
Freshly cut today !!
The New Tat :)
Stollers’s Before and After…
Number 3 blended up sides and around ear… bevelling the clippers as i went… create a v shape at the back of head and fade so that the middle of the hair at the back is longer… point-cut the hair on top, lifting the fringe to retain length ….scissor-over-comb to blend the clippered hair with the longer hair on top and down the middle at the back… use texturising scissors to add texture…. line the outline of the haircut with detailing clippers, also using them to line off the chin strap!
This Is How You Get The Crispy Top Line Up
These are THE liners to use
My Mummas BEFORE AND AFTER Pictures :) what a Beaut <3