Afraid of the "short hair" effect on your face? We may have the solution.
When you want to switch to a shorter haircut, you sometimes get a little nervous about regretting your gesture. Still, it is possible to take it slow, but surely. Of course, the trick will require several visits to your hairdressing salon... But it can avoid disasters! To go from a mermaid mane to a pixie cut, you can adopt certain mid-length cuts, then short, to get used to the length without risking a heart attack.
If the French bob was the big trend of 2020, it still has bright days ahead for this year 2021! Paired with cute long bangs, it looks great on all hair types and colors. To go gradually, we can also bet on a short, slightly asymmetrical square (We reassure you: nothing to do with Victoria Beckham in 2007). Thanks to a slight gradient, you gradually get used to a shorter haircut: a good way to take the plunge, without taking the risk of regretting your choice!
The gradient is perfect for starting to shorten your hair.
Zendaya opts for the bowl cut revisited!
A short square slightly plunging to get used to the length.
We just leave a little bit of length to be able to put his hair behind his ears.
The bob is the "first step" before you start cutting short.
We keep a large wick to camouflage his forehead.
A slightly degraded cut, while volume.
Straight bangs bring a little vintage edge to any short haircut!
A straight cut, perfect for very straight hair.
Releasing the back of the neck is another step to take!
We accentuate the vintage side of the cut with intense black coloring.
The gradient makes it possible to shorten a few centimeters without really realizing it.