The 1920s flapper haircut is still alive and hardly changed in its modern version. The cheekbone emphasizing bob, as short as can be to just cover the ear and create this intriguing silhouette, is an evergreen and the
base to endless creative plays and stylings.
The geometry and purity of the first example is met by the clear character of its black color. This style does not compromise; it does not even try to please. It does not
have to as it is the most iconic of them all. A new element is the graduated neck which leads to the fascinating dip in the rear shape.