Here we see another multi-tiered look – this time with three levels - though on a much smaller scale. The smooth, silken strands are
cut in a more classic blunt cut with textured ends falling to the collarbone. Then, the upper layers are cut to create a separate
weight line with a beveled edge to enhance the volume of the style. The low-slung, blunt-cut fringe provides the third weight line
and gives strong focus to the eyes of the model. The horizontal lines of the style are balanced by the strong vertical lines created
by the fiery copper highlights against the dark auburn base color.