In the revisiting of our ginger style you can clearly see the similarities in the two looks. The latter being simply a “puffed-up”
version of the original look. But notice how the added volume creates a softer, more-feminine look in the silhouette, and enhances
the depth and dimension of the color variance in the hair. In addition look how the added volume and the redirection of the lines of
the fringe serve to widen the appearance of the face as a whole, making the face appear fuller than in the previous styling. This is
a prime example of how styling the hair can help you create a different look in more than the hair itself.