Here we revisit the Purdey inspired haircut and smooth shag and see the addition of subtle styling variation. The shag is shown with a slight increase in volume from the styling to create a subtly wider silhouette, while maintaining the soft
curved lines of the style. This is ideal for the angular, square or rectangular face shapes. The Purdey inspired look is seen also with added volume, generating a slight ballooning effect to counter the sharper, angular features. It
also features an added touch of product to give some definition to the strands and emphasize the slender highlight/lowlight pattern.