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.
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