Start with a shag-type haircut using long-layering techniques to give the foreground a mop-top look and full, bouncy layers in the back.
Texture the ends of the layers with a point-cutting technique to soften the edges and make the style pop, and enhance the long
layers by adding a blend of golden and pale highlights to give depth and energy to the look.
Styling is a soft blow-out with a round brush and light styling product. A dab of pomade on the fingers raked through the layers adds definition and separates the strands.