Short Asymmetrical Hairstyle
This short asymmetrical hairstyle starts with a cut featuring bulk in the top, crown and upper sides (as with the previous two looks) but takes a departure with the fringe as it is cut with an angle to the right side of the face and merges with the length of the right side of the face.
The layering is cut with chunky texture, and allows for a defined finish to the locks. Using a stiffer product to style the hair, the majority of the length is directed forward after being styled with large soft waves.
The details to finish the look include enhancing the curved line of the fringe angle to allow the hair to curve around the eye and create frame that brushes the cheek. The soft, pale blonde with creamy highlights creates the ideal canvas for the textural elements of the style.
Collection: Autumn-Winter 2011-2012
Hair: William Lepec
Color: Jérôme Poret
Styling: Kathrin Lezinsky
Photography: Jean-François Verganti
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