This exciting Cebado collection has everything you could ask for in a hairstyle collection. The looks are current, classy, and most importantly, wearable.
The haircuts are carefully planned and well-executed, and share the common trait of volume, whether from the natural bulk of the hair or the addition of wave and lift through styling.
Classic Man's Hairstyle
This classic hairstyle features tapered sides to enhance the slim lines of the face. The perimeter is cut in the traditional manner for a man's haircut: around the ears and low along the nape of the neck with clean, sharp corners.
The upper portions of the head - above the parietal ridge, and in the top and crown sections - are kept longer to allow for movement and fullness. The ends of these longer sections are textured using a razor for softness at the edges, particularly in the fringe area.
Festive Hair for Men
What initially appears to be a different hairstyle is actually based on the same classic man's haircut as in the previous photo. The only real difference is in the styling used.
Where the previous look was meant to display the smoothness and natural shape of the cut, this configuration of style shows of the cutting angles and gives a geometric twist to the hairstyle. It's a perfect style for any shift from a more conservative to a more festive setting.
Get this look by using a styling gel or paste and blow-dry the hair with a narrow flat brush directing the airflow upward to enhance the fullness and lift of the hair. A bit of pomade helps to add structure and stability to the spikier portions and keeps the look malleable so that you can "touch it up" throughout the night.
Classic Bob Cut
As we've seen all over, the bob is back, and this is a great example of the kind of classic bob cuts you're going to be seeing all over the place in the coming months.
Executed on a head of rich golden brown hair with soft, dark-blonde highlights and rich, earthy lowlights, the straight styling shows off the color and the texturing at the ends of the hair.
The fringe is cut with an almost jagged line, showing varation in the lengths of the small segments of the fringe area. The ends on the sides and back are cut into tips which are enhanced by the subtle "flip-out" styling. The subtle unevenness is a great frame for any face that has some stronger elements (larger features or angular shapes).
Layered Bob Haircut
The golden, toasted brown and finely-textured hair lends itself ideally to this simple, softly layered bob cut.
Starting with a classic bob, cut to chin length, then box layers are added to taper the ends and ensure a gentle curve in the hair. The cut also features a long fringe that is easily styled to blend in with the sides of the hair and the shortest of the layers.
The styling of the bob cut takes the form of a diffused blow out with scrunching using the fingers to maximize the hair's natural wave pattern. The result is a free-moving, loosely directed style that is sultry and casual.
Versatile Long Hair
This long-layered haircut is beautiful in every aspect of its make-up. The color is a warm light brown with very soft highlights in a warm dark blonde. The haircut is a classic, long-layered look whose shortest layers are chin length or better.
The styling is where this look starts to really excel, however, as the large soft curls create a tousled and ravished look that is at once sultry and innocent. It's a completely versatile hairstyle that is perfect for any but the most formal of settings.
For best results the look should be created using large rollers in a wet set with a strong hold product. A touch of pomade after the comb out helps to add definition to the curves and curls as well as adding spot shine to specific areas.
Wings Look Hair
The wings or fly-back look of the late seventies is making a comeback in a big way. The lightly layered hairstyle (consisting primarily of layering around the fringe, face and forward edges of the hair, while the rest of the hair is cut in a blunt style) is styled with a wonderful outward bend to create a flip on the ends that halos the face giving the effect of unfolding wings along the sides of the head.
In this instance, the style also includes a back-angled side part and the fringe is upturned to meet the wings on the dominant side. Apart from the bended wings, the hair is styled to lie smoothly and look sleek and silky.
It should be noted by those old enough to remember the first time this look was popular, that the wings are more subtle now, instead of the almost head-engulfing wings of the previous incarnation. It is also noted that the layered portions of the hair are textured using either a razor or a finely-executed point-cutting technique to give the ends of the hair a feathered appearance.
Cheek Level Bob
This bob variant features a lightly textured fringe with a gentle curvature and box layering in the interior to raise the weight line of the style to cheek level. Additional texturing on the ends of the hair ensures a soft look. The color is deeply multi-dimensional, varying from deep golden brown to dark honeyed blonde.
The overall effect of the haircut is both casual and classy. The styling is simple, but effective. The hair is blown mostly-dry using a round brush and a light styling product and smoothing serum.
Once mostly-dry, switch to a diffused dryer and lightly scrunch and direct the hair using the fingers. A tiny dab of pomade will help add definition and texture to the finished style.
Elongated Tapered Pixie
This sleek-and-chic gamine short haircut features a curved foreground to frame the face and elongated tapering in the nape area.
The perimeter lines are steeply curved and the fringe is choppily textured. The interior layering is smooth and follows the contours of the head. Razor texturing ensures a smooth, soft finish.
Styling is best accomplished by blow-drying with a light styling product and flat brush. Smoothing serum and shine enhancing sprays add to the glossy finish.
Here we have a stacked bob with soft layering to create a gentle curve in the nape and lower crown area. The foreground is cut with a long fringe and side-parted with the dominant side giving an asymmetrical frame to the face. The ends of the hair are lightly textured and the overall length is sufficient to brush the jaw lightly.
The hair is best styled by blow-drying with a large round brush and soft-hold styling product. Volume can be added by using hot rollers or a large-barreled iron in the desired areas. A light mist of hairspray helps to control flyaway strands and add definition.
Hair with a Softened Look
Created on a canvas of pale golden hair, this short hairstyle is based from a circle cut and is heavily textured using a razor tool to give the hair a softened look.
Use the fingers to put the finishing touches on arranging the hair.
Mussed Men's Hair
Here we see a flaxen-haired young man with a variation of the classic Princeton or Collegiate haircut. The haircut is characterized by the shorter, tapered back and sides with the increasing length as one moves forward in the top section to the longest portion of the hair resting in the fringe area.
Of course, the lengths shown here are considerably greater than in the traditional version of the haircut, but the proportions are the same. The hair is textured with a point-cutting technique for a slightly feathered look.
Styling involves the use of a blow-dryer and brush with a light styling product followed by a dab of pomade used to add definition with the fingertips. The best description is artfully mussed.
Airy Light Bob
Our tow-headed lady is sporting a bob with an angled fringe area and choppy texturing on the ends of the hair. The ends are textured using a razor tool for a choppy look at the sides and nape areas and a softer, smoother look in the fringe.
To style the hair blow it mostly dry and finish with a round brush and diffuser attached. Use a light styling product to give control without excess weight. Use a pick or pronged brush to lift the hair in the area of parting and to separate overly smoothed places.
The finished neck length hairstyle is meant to be airy and light with lots of movement.
Classy Men's Hairstyle
"The collegiate cut grows up." That's the phrase that characterizes the style we see in this blonde man.
Overall, the length is increased over a typical Collegiate hair cut, but it still follows the traditional pattern of increasing length toward the forward sections of the hair. The result is a style with smooth lines and an oval silhouette.
This hairstyle is best created with a blow dryer and brush using styling gel and structuring paste. This gives a classy, sexy style with a clean, defined finish.
Semi Up Style
This long-haired style features a maximum volume look in its large, soft curls. The hair is arranged in a semi up-style with the top and sides loosely gathered at the crown. The balance of the hair falls in a gentle cascade down the back. The curls are accentuated by subtle highlights, which thread golden glints throughout the style.
The easiest means of achieving this look is by using a roller set with a free-form arrangement of the rollers and varying sizes. This offers a randomized wave pattern and allows for a more-natural look.
After gently combing out the curls, a light misting of hairspray and gentle scrunching can add definition to the curl.
Up-style for a Small Forehead
Let's revisit the semi up-style shown on the previous page, with a twist - a twist of the hair that in the previous photo was left to fall down the back.
The change in this simple hairstyle element completely alters the silhouette of the hair, the absence of the fall of hair shifts the focus to a vertical and enhances the slimness of the face and features.
This is an ideal look for those with a small forehead and/or a prominent lower face to provide balance.
Short Style for Curly Hair
Boldly dramatic, and at the same time classic and edgy, this layered, short curly hairstyle calls forth images of romantic literary figures, and anti-establishment folk singers of the sixties.
All of this comes while the hair is styled and cared for using state-of-the-art, modern styling techniques and products. The haircut is a classic circle cut, and the look is suited to naturally curly hair.
Blow dry the curls with a diffused dryer, using smoothing serum and a spray laminator to enhance the shine of the hair.
This multi-tonal blonde hair is contour-cut into a longish pixie style. The fine hair is razorcut for a soft, smooth finish.
Styled for smoothness, the hairstyle is best achieved using a blow-out technique with a texturing product, followed by a finishing step with a flat iron. A dab of smoothing serum spread over the fingers can be passed down the exterior of the hair to create a polished finish.
The result is a short haircut that is youthful, sassy and perfect for the woman who needs to camouflage her forehead or distract focus from other prominent features.
Expanded Fringe that Sweeps
Here we see a bob cut, made modern through the use of an expanded fringe and box layering. The layers are textured and styled to enhance the feathered effect. The hair is parted in a deep-set, curved line and the fringe sweeps in a gentle curve.
Blown-out for a full-volume style without hard-edged lines, the resulting look is soft and seductive, yet seemingly simple and carefree.
The broadened line at the base of the hairstyle is the perfect counter balance to a narrow chin.
Men's Cut for Curly Hair
The angular men's hairstyle is all about the geometric balance of the features. With naturally wavy hair, the cut creates a wedge-shaped silhouette.
This is an ideal type of hairstyle for those with very-wavy to curly hair in order to manage bulk and give an esthetically pleasing style.
Blow-drying with a diffuser is perfect for naturally curly hair types, paired with styling product and a scrunching technique.
Long Hair with Swirls and Spirals
Lovely, long-layered, leonine locks spill softly in sweeping swirls and spirals. The hairstyle is glorious and the curls are carefully crafted and smoothly formed.
Obviously this is a style for women with LONG hair, and the layering should be randomized for an organic effect.
I recommend creation of this look using a roller set in order to create longer-lasting curls. After comb-out, you can use a smoothing serum on the fingers to separate and smooth the curls into larger swaths.
A large-barrel iron can be used to spot curl where needed and adjust the arrangement of the curls as desired.
All hairstyles created by Cebado