Fashion hairstyles created by the Berendowicz&Kublin Academy of Hair Design.
Long Layered Haircut
Here we have a long layered cut designed for thick, coarse, wavy-haired types. The cut is shown in the first image styled loose and free into a mane of waves. This look is achieved by scrunching the hair as it is dried with a diffuser to maximize the wave in the hair. Afterward, a dab of styling product can be used to re-scrunch and add definition to the waves.
Smooth & Wavy Hair Styling
Here we have a combination of smooth and wavy styling suited to wavy hair types that are thick and medium in texture. The cut is layered along the sides and back and has a blunt cut fringe. The first image shows the hair styled so that the fringe is smooth and sleek, while the sides and back are scrunched into a mane of curly hair to frame the face. The hair should be styled using a diffused dryer and a liberal amount of styling gel for maximum hold.
In the second image, the hair is gathered back into an upstyle using combs or clips of some type which leaves the ends free but offers support to elevate the hair toward the back of the head. The styling gel previously applied give the hair enough structure to allow it to stand out in the back and create the topiary effect you see. If added strength is desired, use a styling wax or hair spray to cement certain areas for integrity.
Asymmetrical Razor Cut
This is an asymmetrical razor cut that is geared toward smooth straight hair types that are fine to medium in texture. The offset and back-angled parting shows the angled cut of the fringe and the heavy texturing of the razor cutting.
The interplay of the haircut, texture and the hair color patterns are designed to emphasize the asymmetry of the style and the gentle curves that are the goal of the finished look.
New Twist for Hair
Here we see a long layered haircut on medium length hair that is given a new twist. Suited to mostly straight or slightly wavy hair types, this style is created using a razor to layer the hair. The layering is created to allow bulk to build to the cheek and mouth area.
The ends are sharply layered and textured to give a soft wispy finish to the look. The hair in the above image is blown out with a round brush to create a smooth look in the upper style while the ends are given definition by using a dab of styling product to smooth the razored ends.
The second image shows the same cut styled to give a smooth finished look to the hair. After blowing dry the hair the ends are curled under and tucked, possibly using a clip or hairpins to secure them, while the outer surface of the hair is combed smooth using the flat side of a styling comb and a misting of hairspray to control fly away strands.
Razor Cut Men's Hairstyle
This men's style is razor cut in an asymmetrical design as a derivation of the classic men's haircut. The nape is left slightly longer, but the shorter sides and back correspond to the tradition of men's hair styling. The fringe is cut with a curved line and tapers to nose length in order to soften the square jaw and prominent nose.
The soft, smooth layering is apparent in the styling. The haircut is best suited to mostly straight or slightly wavy hair types and is blown out using a round brush to give the basic shape. The styling is finished by using a dab of product to smooth fly away strands and add some definition to the layering.
This style for straight hair types is cut for precision with shears to create the supersharp lines of the fringe, but the asymmetrical side strands are clearly razor textured to give a wispy finish and draw the eye to the soft curve of the jaw and neck. The first image shows the haircut in a smooth finish after blow-drying and flat iron smoothing.
The second image offers a variation on the style, by taking the sides and directing them with a round brush to bend and wave forward toward the face. This can be accomplished by using a strong gel or wax-based mousse product to give structure to the style. The lightness created by the heavy razoring is essential to remove the excess weight from the hair.
Here we see an abstract and asymmetrical hair design. This is hair design as avant-garde artform. Suited to a straight hair type, the style features combined elements of scissor-cut precision around the temples, fringe and ears, combined with choppy razor texture in the central forehead, back and top and crown sections.
Styling combines elements of straight smoothing, with a crimping iron to give texture to certain areas while accentuating the spiky texture in others. The hair should be blown mostly dry, and light dabs of styling wax used to give lift and definition to the style. A fine patterned crimping iron can be used to give the wavy look to specific points along the head as desired.
Hair: Berendowicz&Kublin Academy of Hair Design
See also: Short hairstyles | Medium hairstyles | Long hairstyles | Men's hairstyles