This completely asymmetrical short haircut borrows heavily from other styles such as the swing (as seen by the length in the foreground indicating an almost reversed A-line bob) and the devil lock look (which is also indicated by the extra-long fringe).
The nape and crown taper up smoothly into a sloping curve, while the foreground is carved into deep, thick tendrils over the face.
The right side is dominated by a thick, tapered lock that follows the curve of the jaw, while the left side is kept to half that length and forms a kind of mask through which the features peek out.
Styling is a matter of blow-dry styling with a smoothing product and a flat brush followed by flat-iron smoothing for a clean, sharp finish.
Artistic Director: William Lepec for Intermède
Make-up: Vesna Estord
Styling: Marie Malterre
Photography: Franck Joyeux
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