New Year, New Hairdo

Whether it’s to mark the ar­rival of 2014 or for Chi­nese New Year, a hair makeover is the most im­pact­ful way to change your look. BY SI­MONE WU

Simply Her (Singapore) - - Beauty -


Gwen Tan, 28, makeup artist

BE­FORE Her thick, straight hair tended to get weighed down, mak­ing it look flat. “It’s tough to style my tresses as I have a lot of hair,” says Gwen.

AF­TER Alvin Foh, hair­styl­ist from Ur­ban­hair Ginrich Aveda, cre­ated an asym­met­ri­cal cut for Gwen, with longer hair on one side to play down her squar­ish jaw­line. He also gave her lay­ers at the crown to cre­ate vol­ume and shape, and added cop­per, brown and red­dish brown tones to her dark brown hair to com­ple­ment her sun-kissed skin. “This new hair­cut is a breeze to style when I have to

head out.”


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