It's time for a visit to the hairdresser again, but you don't want to lose length? Then this haircut might be for you.
The "invisible haircut" conjures up a new hairstyle without losing hair length
The "invisible haircut" is conquering the world of hairstyles and is becoming more and more popular. But what can you actually imagine by that? We'll tell you what the trendy look is all about, which is extremely subtle but still has a big effect on the overall appearance.
Why this haircut is called invisible is because the hairstyle looks like nothing much has been done to it. When cutting with thinning scissors, i.e. thinning scissors, the professionals concentrate on the underside of the hair. They do not trim the ends, do not cut steps, and leave the entire upper area untreated.
The highlight of the "invisible haircut" is to take the heaviness out of the hair without changing the actual haircut or shape. That is why the hair length remains the same while it is thinned out significantly. Afterward, the hair not only looks lighter but also feels lighter. In addition, their natural texture is strengthened. For example, it can bring out natural waves and movement again. Because the hair isn't as heavy, it's also much easier to style later - whether it's a bob, lob, or a long mane.
However, we recommend not to dare any DIY experiments in this case. If the hair is thinned out too much, short strands could stick out and look like hair breakage.
But for whom is the “invisible haircut” actually suitable? The technique is used, among other things, when the hairstyle is just growing out or the hair is dry and brittle. It's also popular with people with thick hair, which of course makes sense. This is because the cut helps them move down instead of forming a triangular shape.