For this look, we were both feeling like we wanted a boho vibe. My favorite way to create lived-in layers is focusing more so on the interior of the haircut using a “back cutting” technique creating movement and shape without the boxy square shape that can leave you with harsh lines and a less desirable grow out.
Her fringe was pulled from where her natural part lies creating fluidity and symmetry. I always follow the center line of the iris to create a perfect balance with the face.
Any advice for someone considering it?
With her balayage placement, I focused on what the sun would do to her hair. Adding thicker pieces of balayage throughout her fringe, I start with a very thin backcombed piece that went into a wider section also allowing for a more smooth grow out.
As for this cut and shape, it works fabulously well on the square jaw and longer forehead. Not to mention, bangs are way cheaper than botox!