In many cases, the super-short hairstyles we see women sporting are referred to as “gamine” or “boyish” depending on whether or not you
are prone to using French terms in conversation. Yet this cut isn’t just a “boyish” cut, it is effectively a classic men’s haircut
called the Princeton or Collegiate cut. It is notable for its short and tapered back and sides and the progressively increasing
length from back to front in the crown and top sections. What makes this cut different is the added texturing that is done to give
a lighter feel to the style. Styling consists of a blow-out with a texturing product for fullness and to create the softened silhouette.
Collection: Summer 2006 Hairstyle: Guys and Dolls Hairforce - Denmark