In the other Asian style of this collection we take a look at a classic “stacked bob” with ultra-modern twists. The cut features a
super-sharp horizontal fringe and equally clean edge on the angled line of the bob cut. The line presents a weighty boundary of the
style with light undercutting as the nape area hair is trimmed extra short in order to enhance the styling of the hair and offer added
mobility and versatility in the styles created. As with the previous style, this look features a naturally black base color accentuated
by a veil of caramel brown in a thin fan-shaped layer covering the sides and crown. This veil of color makes a lovely highlighting
effect and give energy to the style as any movement of the hair allows the base color to peek through the sheer curtain of color.
The styling differences apparent between the previous photo and the above photo are simple, but effective. The previous photo emboldens the style by pumping in
added volume in the lower layers of the hair. This elongates the crown of the head and stretches out the weight line to emphasize the
jaw line of the face. The above photo shows the cut styled for compact, smooth and chic effect. The undercutting allows the hair to be
shaped into a close-fitting globe that frames the face and creates a glassy, smooth look.