Here we find a gamine pixie cut with an asymmetrically-styled forelock. The sides, crown and nape areas are contour-cut to cling to the
scalp and create a sculpted cap of golden hair. The shorter lengths are likely textured with a point-cutting technique to create a more
feathered look, while the forelock is softened with a razor-tool to create the wispy effect seen here.
A blow-out is the primary styling technique with the forelock kept somewhat damp and malleable to prevent fluffiness. The addition of smoothing serum to
the fingertips can then be used to rake through the hair and create defined strands and control fly-away strands. In spite of the short
length, the hairstyle is versatile and can be dressed into a chic pompadour for an androgynous ‘Greta Garbo’ look, or the sleek sweep of the
20’s Flapper complete with pin-curl accents.