The wedge cut of the Seventies brings us a base for this puffed out hairstyle. The clean cutting lines of the perimeter of the style form
the outline of a high-volume silhouette. Starting with hair containing lots of body or moderate curl, this look can be crafted through
backcombing and ruffing to puff it out.
Straighter hair can be given the needed curl and then puffed out as previously explained.
Texture-cutting should be kept to a minimum if the hair is to be cut to create the look, as you want to avoid an outright “frizzed” look.