Hairstyles, Hair Care & Fashion

Ends Turned Outward


Each strand was meticulously cut to match the other while emphasis was put on creating fullness throughout. The beveled section that gives this short haircut its oval shape is done so delicately that no line is visible and all comes together in filigree smoothness.
 
A long fringe is always a great way to create mystery and bring a lot of attention to the eyes. In this first version the perfection of the cut was ruffled, the ends turned slightly outward for a sensuous effect.
 
Collection: Sweet Sauvage
 
Hairstyle: Jean-Marc Maniatis
Assistants: André Delahaigue & Karima Benzina
Make-up: Aline Schmitt
Styling: Irma Birka
Photo: Frédéric Farré
 
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