While not overtly a retro look, there are even elements of this men's style that borrow heavily from the shag cuts of the 60ís and 70ís. The long layering in the upper sections and the feathering of the hair in the lower
layers gives a soft silhouette and look to the style as a whole. The color is a natural ebony shade with a cool undertone. The key effect of the color is the shine and glint as the hair refracts the light that hits it.
Create the style using a blow out with a round brush followed by a smoothing serum spread over the fingers to rake through the hair and create added visual interest and definition in the layers.