Beginning with what is traditionally referred to as a “devil-lock”, this style takes the modern twist by adding razor-cut texturing to
create a sleek finish to the layered hair. As with the traditional “devil-lock”, the fringe is exceptionally long, draping below the
nose and in this incarnation has an angled cutting line and is point-cut to create a tapered effect.
The sides are tapered nearly to the scalp and the nape section is over-directed to create exceptional layering and razor textured to form a wispy finish. The hair
should be blow-dried straight with a wax-based product to retain malleability.