Hairstyles, Hair Care & Fashion

1960s Mod Haircut


Here we have an up-to-date version of a mod haircut which originated in the 1960s. This hairstyle is updated through the use of modern hair color formulations, namely this rich, jewel-toned red.
 
A close look may seem to hint that this sleek, bowl-cut style appears similar to the shoulder length tendril haircut and it is true. This is a progression step from the cut in photo four to a fully-symmetrical cut. The haircut features a smoothly transitioning cut line that paths around the head.
 
The hair is undercut to minimize bulk at the hairline and increase freedom of movement in the ends of the hair. The cut is styled with blow-dryer and brush to emphasize smoothness and a simple, sleek look.
 
Collection: Pop-Art
 
Hairstyle: BUNDY BUNDY Artistic Team
 
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