Taken from the ARROJO runway show at Goldwell Color Zoom Berlin, this layered, shoulder-grazing razor-cut with textural separation and deep, full bangs is made even more dynamic and fashionable with remarkable blonde and blue hues. Cut by Amanda Jenkins and colored by Ashley Kowalsky, the blue on the ends was created using air-brushing, a new, pioneering technique that enables fashion-forward colorists to apply color in tailored gradients, creating light intensity and illumination matched to the shape of the style. Learn more about this cut and color in the notes.
Step: The cut takes the outline of a classic bowl-cut shape and uses asymmetry and undercutting to retain length, while adding lots of swing and movement. Paired with the benefits of a razor, which removes length and weight at the same time for tapered outlines and diffused textures, it gives the style fierce creative edge.
Step: Air-brushing is an evolution of the trendsetting art of hair painting. This cutting edge technique uses compressed air to apply color like a spray. It’s precise and directional, so it can be tailored to create the exact effect one is looking for. The technique enables even more creative color creations for those that love polychromatic and bright color trends.
Step: For styling similar shapes, blowdry hair with a cocktail of hair creme and texture paste, creating soft textural separation. Then finish with ReFRESH dry conditioner to increase volume and texture while softening and shining the mid-lengths and ends.
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