Is taking over as heavy, the shag out and attitude the catwalk’s Layered, grown- tells us how to take Darren Ambrose the cut of 2016. for you. and make it work latest hair crush
WHY IT’S HOT
It really has just become one of those fashionable shapes which is great! That ‘shag’ style cut with a wearable ‘70s texture has been on the runways over the past season and is making its way to the high street. I like that the hair doesn’t look too cut or pristine; it has character and has a settled look, exactly what happens when your hair gets used to a shape—it’s lived in. It’s a definite cool take on a modern retro style. One exact haircut won’t work on everyone but it can be tailored. Everyone has a different face shape, bone structure and hair type so it’s important to know, before you sit in the stylist’s chair, that a look will have to be amended for you—and that’s great, your haircut should be bespoke to you!