If we take the mid-length layers of the previous hairstyle and redress the look to open up the face by drawing the hair up and back in a low-volume sweep, we can see the layers more effectively, and get a
completely new feel from the style.
The highlighted locks are blended into the rest of the hairstyle and give a lighter sheen to the look, while the outward angling locks can serve to broaden a narrow face and help to
mask the spacing of wide-set or out-of-proportion features.
Get this look using your classic blow-out with a large roller brush. Use a medium-hold product for maximum control and long lasting results. Follow up with
a dab of smoothing serum raked through the layers to add definition.