To get this look, "ask that it be slightly shorter in the back with very subtle layering throughout," says stylist Chris McMillan in Allure Magazine.
According to McMillan, this is a cut that works best on straight hair. You can add bangs to this look. Blunt ones would be gorgeous. If you have a slightly round face, ask for longer, sideswept bangs.
You'll need a good flat iron for this look. Check out my top flat iron picks.
More essential reading:
- Best hairstyles by face shape
- How to tell if you would look good with short hair
- How to get a haircut you won't hate
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