So how to make sure your hairstylist mimics this hairstyle exactly? Follow these directions:
- Bring a picture. Just explaining this haircut may not work (although I didn't bring in a picture, and my stylist Kazuo Suzuki at Eva Scrivo Salon did a brilliant job giving me this cut last week).
- "Ask for piecey layers that are longer in the front," says hairstylist Matt Fugate in this month's Allure magazine.
- Tell your stylist you want the back 1 1/2 inches shorter than in the front.
- Explain that the ends need to be slightly wispy (achieved with a razor).
For more long bob inspiration, check out my long bob photo gallery.
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