If we know roughly the length of hair that suits us best, determining which gradient is the most suitable is another pair of sleeves. We give you a helping hand so that you give the perfect scissor kick!
For the past few seasons, low-rise jeans cropped tops, and mesh tops have once again been at the forefront of the fashion scene. The 90s and their share of more or less dubious trends have made a comeback! With them, the gradient finds its letters of nobility. But which style of the gradient to choose according to the features of the face? Response.
The layer, in addition to being particularly trendy in 2022, is a great way to add movement to your mane. According to Tom Smith, the celebrity hairstylist who confided in Popsugar magazine, "the fade has the exceptional power to change the silhouette of the haircut and can therefore be extremely versatile when creating custom shapes". He adds that "layering as a technique is a fundamental part of haircutting and can be adjusted to create limitless styles."
This face silhouette is arguably the easiest to flatter. It's very simple: everything is permitted. Are you bold and want to change? Take a chance on the curtain fringe!
According to Smith, "It's best to go for a long layered layer to keep the hair silhouette looking longer and leaner." Do not go higher than the chin.
On the contrary, shorten the gradient to the level of the cheekbones to rebalance the whole. The goal is to play on the proportions to erase certain imbalances (provided you want to erase them).
For you, the best is to opt for long and wispy bangs that will soften your angular features. Do not hesitate to wave the front locks, always with the intention of erasing this square aspect.
Finally, find the gradient adapted to the silhouette of your face