Hairstyles, Hair Care & Fashion

Inward Curve

Here we see another variation of the Pudding Bowl cut with an exaggeration of the traditional look. The traditional curved perimeter is undercut to create a deep inward curve in the finished hairstyle. This undercutting likely takes the form of shaving partially and an inward beveling of the perimeter lengths.
The hair color is a high-gloss sable with a blue-base tone. This creates a cool feel to the dark color. The styling is once again focused on smooth and sleek looks, with a finish that is glossy.
Collection: Pop-Art
Hairstyle: BUNDY BUNDY Artistic Team
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