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


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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!

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