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Customized Cuts for Every Facial Structure

1. Gradual Swoop

You should request irregular layers from your stylist.

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Gradual Swoop

To achieve her ideal inward bend, she will require some heat grooming.

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2. Minimal Waves

Her soft, skillfully merged cut complements all hair varieties and textures.

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3. Feathered Feel

Your sideburns should be balanced by uneven layers.

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Feathered Feel

This will give your tresses a haphazard appearance, as opposed to a more structured and styled appearance.

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4. Polished Chignon

Those who favor updos should concentrate on the front layers of their hair.

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Polished Chignon

This trim, similar to curtain fringe, instantly amps up any bun or ponytail.

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5. Surfer Girl Style

A choppy cut (and dip-dyed ends, if you so choose) can give your texture a little extra movement.

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6. V-Shaped Layers

Those with dense, full hair should consider a style with lengthier hair in the rear and shorter hair in the front.

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7. Barely-There Layers

Play with the length of each strand to add a touch of personality to your shoulder-length hairstyle.

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