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Justin Bieber's Haircut How To

Teen-sensation and heartthrob, Justin Bieber has been a near-constant feature in the media in recent months with the throngs of screaming teens and pre-teens clamoring to his concerts and live television appearances. He has also become something of a style maker, since hairstyle inspirations for young Caucasian men are uncommon in the general scheme of things. Here at Hairfinder, we've had many requests for descriptions of Justin Bieber's hairstyle, tips on getting the style, and even requests for breakdown of the cut.

The Breakdown:
Actually, the hairstyle worn by Justin Bieber is a pretty straightforward cut/style. His hair is mostly-straight with a texture on the fine side of medium, and the cut is a variant of the old bowl-cut with feathered layers in the interior.
Justin Bieber haircut diagram and how to The styling involves blow-drying with a round, bristled brush and directing the hair to "whirl" around the skull in order to give added interest to the look and enable the feathering to be displayed to advantage.
The Cut:
To start the haircut, begin with freshly-washed hair and comb the hair down around the head to lie straight. Begin by making the perimeter cut - starting at the forehead and working from side to side to create curved lines that frame the face and brush along the bottoms of the earlobes. The cut line continues at the nape area in a gentle curve to continue the smooth outline and give a terminus for the interior layers. The nape lengths should be long enough to lie down along the neck and leave some room for the texturing stage to come.
To create the interior layers, we need to note that the top-most layers of the hair are long enough to lie flat along the top and crown sections. This allows the shortest of the layers to end at a point below the parietal ridge. Cut the lengths longer than you think you'll need since we'll be going back over the layers to add the texture and will remove a little more length in the process.
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