Asymmetrical Short Razor Cut
The hair is cut in a very short, extremely asymmetrical razor cut. In fact, the level at which the asymmetry takes shape very nearly makes the haircut appear random. The layers are choppy and deeply textured to soften the ends and give the finished hairstyle a feathery and airy look.
The overall theme of the styling in this incarnation appears to be forward direction of the layers with randomization and a downward sweep along the side. The look is best achieved using a blow-dryer and brush initially, but finishing the style with the fingers.
The product used is most likely a styling putty or paste, to add structure and texture to the look, while keeping it malleable. An extra dab of product on the fingers after blow-drying allows for the creation of the defined strands and the added texture in the fringe and perimeter tendrils.
Collection: F.A.M.E Team 2007
Hair: Ashley Gamble for F.A.M.E Team 2007
Make-up: Justine Collins
Photography: Richard Miles
Hairstyles for short hair
Red short hair, styled diagonally across the face