KSFH - SS09 Hair

Hair with undercutting and overcutting
 
The creative team at KSFH, brings us a collection of styles for spring and summer with a definite air of femininity and glam sensibility. The cuts feature undercutting and overcutting to increase the volume in the top of the hairstyles and mix hard lines and edges with soft texturing and layers.
 
Most of the lines are curved and the predominant silhouettes show extra weight in the upper areas of the styles. The photos show three main haircuts from different angles and with slight modification in some cases. Let's take a look at the pairings!
 

Breast Line Hair Length

Breast line length hair
 
Long layered hair with a long fringe area
 
These two views show the same hairstyle from different angles to reveal the full spectrum of elements in the style. The fringe area is deep, and cut long and slightly curved to create the balance with the bulk area of the upper section of the style.
 
The upper portion of the style is layered with deep interior layering to create a weighted zone around the chin level. The perimeter length is super-long and falls to the breast line on the torso. The color is multi-tonal with a rich warm color that blends into a deeper nut brown.
 

Bob with Over-Cut Layers

Shoulder length bob with over-cut layers
 
Shoulder length bob
 
This shoulder length bob cut features a curved blunt fringe at eye level and over-cut layers forming an angled weight line from the fringe top the nape. The first photo is styled to demonstrate the angles and lines of the cut, and the dichotomy of the blended neutral and cool blonde shades.
 
The second photo is styled for extra smoothness and creates a silky finish that is soft and matte. The silky-looking finish is enhanced by the soft tones of the color and the healthy inner glow of the hair.
 

Gamine Bob Cut

Short bob with undercut sides
 
Bob with an undercut and asymmetric fringe
 
This short gamine bob cut features a sharp, clean perimeter edge and asymmetrical fringe. The sides are shallowly undercut in order to create a cleaner line. The first photo shows the forward direction of the left side as the layers create softness in the interior that blends with the clean edges.
 
In the second photo, the forward view shows the right side parting and the bulk created as the dominant side of the style lifts and adds height. The styling is mostly smooth with some softness and a satin finish rather than a highly-glossy one.
 
Hair: Kristijan Petek for ksfh
Haircolor: Marko Beltram for ksfh
Make-up: Aurelia for ksfh
Photography: Peter Marinšek
Haircosmetics: Schwarzkopf Professional