THE NEW SUMMER STYLES
MATCH THE LENGTH AND TEXTURE OF YOUR HAIR FOR THE SEASON’S BEST CUTS.
1. FINE SHORT HAIR
“The sides should be cut tight on the back, building up in weight towards the top of the head. The top should be cut and styled in to a quiff, not with too much height, but rather let it flop naturally onto the sides to create an undercut effect.” Alexander Fuchs, Bauhaus Hair Sydney.
2. COARSE SHORT HAIR
“Create a skin fade on the sides and back to remove weight. Rather than quiffing the top, coarse hair should be cut shorter and styled with texture into the face, creating a fringe effect.” Alexander Fuchs, Bauhaus Hair Sydney
3. FINE MEDIUM-LENGTH HAIR
“If you have fine hair, leaving it all one length can make it look and feel a lot thinner. People with this hair type should go for a shaggier, layered cut to improve thickness and hair health. Instead of letting your hair air dry flat, opt for the hair dryer on a low heat and add some texture powder to improve your volume and keep your locks bouncy and full.” Jules Tognini, Philips shaving and grooming spokesperson
4. COARSE MEDIUM-LENGTH HAIR
“If you have coarse hair, stay away from layers and instead add some texture to your cut to remove weight and add shape. If your hair is coarse and straight, add some beach waves at home by dividing your hair into three messy man-buns when damp, spray in some salty sea spray and then dry with a hair dryer on the lowest setting.” Jules Tognini, Philips shaving and grooming spokesperson
5. FINE LONG HAIR
“Go for a more relaxed look with hair worn out. Natural curls are encouraged with some De Lorenzo Elements Ocean Mist, which also gives the hair a natural matte, messy approach. This look would be achieved by letting the hair dry naturally.” Jason Mcrae, De Lorenzo technician
6. COARSE LONG HAIR
“The low, raked-back man bun is the aim so that all the bulk is contained and doesn’t go wild. Some definition is required in the texture too; this is where pomade would help to smooth down any frizz. Gone are the days of the high-set ‘top knot’.” Jason Mcrae, De Lorenzo technician