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CLEO (Malaysia) - - THE BEAUTY BOX -

If hair­cuts scare you, lend some per­son­al­ity to your length via vo­lu­mis­ing lay­ers. “I rec­om­mend fine hair get lay­ered at the front,and thick hair through­out, while unruly and curly hair should be brick cut to main­tain length and over­all shape,” says Gib­son. “The layer cut is time­less and looks gor­geous on ev­ery­one.” If you need to work on your length, try weekly treat­ments, avoid over-colour­ing and trim it ev­ery eight to 10 weeks.

Ask for long lay­ers, while keep­ing some length to add vol­ume and tex­ture to your mane. Th­ese lasses win the award for the Best Be­tween-Stage Styling! Fa­mil­iar with that awk­ward phase of grow­ing out a fringe or a cut and sud­denly your hair’s pok­ing up like a bird’s crest or slick­ing to your neck? “Fix your bad hair­cut by cre­at­ing a sleek look us­ing styling wax or hair pins,” says Gib­son. “Hair colour is also a fun dis­trac­tion that can save you from any hair disaster.” Keep the grow­ing process in full swing with a healthy diet, nour­ish­ing masks and min­i­mal heat styling, then use sculpt­ing creams and hairspray to smooth down con­fused lay­ers.

Emilia Clarke

Mi­ley Cyrus Lucy Hale

Blake Lively

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