Believe it or not, this is the same model and long haircut as in the previous hairstyle. The only change is the styling, but what a difference styling makes. The fine hair in rich autumn browns still has depth and interplay, but the smooth, flat-iron styling gives a glossy finish that blends the color tones into a more uniform appearance.
The razor-cut edges are still softened but the sharp lines of flat-iron styling create an edgy feel to the ends making the look both more severe, and more casual.
To get this look, blow-out the hair for smoothness using a flat paddle brush, and pass the hair in small sections through a flat iron. With such fine hair, be sure to use a protective product, and a smoothing balm for longer-lasting results.
Collection: Spring Summer
Artistic Director: Cathy Monnier for Saint Algue
Make-up: L. Drouen
Photography: G-M. Zimmermann
Styling: A. Tesson
Long haircut with texturing at the ends