Harry Josh of the Serge Normant at John Frieda Salon explains to Plum Sykes that in Hollywood and everywhere else, girls were copying beauties like Gisele with the original long beautiful hair Where they went wrong was in turning this into a "corkscrew-ringlet, extension/curling iron" look, losing the essence of what it was about in the first place.
The new length is not long, and not quite short; it grazes the collarbone and exposes the shoulder. Named "The Ash," it should appear blunt without being blunt; the ends should be texturized with a feather razor to appear clean, but still offer a lot of movement. There are many benefits to this new length besides how healthy the hair will look and feel. With prints such as florals, it looks polished and outfits on the sexier side appear chic rather than cheap.
With the warm weather (slowly) approaching, it is the perfect time to try out this refreshing new length. Beware though: as soon as the hair grows out to rest on the shoulders, this ultra contemporary cut will look outdated and plain.
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