Go swingy and flirty with this piece-y chin length style. Shorter lengths at the cheekbones, a swooshing bang, and lots of texture give movement and flow to fine, limp hair. A mixture of blond tones further defines variations in length and texture while a clean, blunt outline provides structure that balances the organic movement of the shape’s interior. Click style notes to get a similar look in a few simple steps.

Step: Shorter lengths around the face provide openness that showcases bone structure. Ask your stylist to create some disconnection in the front of the cut. Mixing a clean outline with internal texture and layering creates a perfect balance of geometry and movement.

Step: Tone on tone color shows off the cut without taking center stage. Ask for subtle highlights in colors close to your natural shade to add depth and create visual separation.

Step: To show off this complex shape, blowdry smooth with defrizz serum and a paddle brush. Finish with cream wax to define ends.

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