In the Chair - Real People Real Hair - Rosie the Londoner

September 26, 2020

In the Chair - Real People Real Hair - Rosie the Londoner

Are you ready for curtain bangs?

Rosie the Londoner came under the scissors this week for this beautifully retro style. Too long to wear as a full fringe but short enough to scoop the eyes and ‘drape’ alluringly at the side. This look is reminiscent of the ‘70s haircuts of Bridget Bardot and Farrah Fawcett.

Distinguished by the strong fringe which just about blends with very steep layering, into the longer sides and back. The haircut gives a multitude of carefree, edgy, ‘coupe savage’, and controlled but suggestively free-flowing looks.

Shake it out and let it fall.  Click for full video

Rosie has amazing thick hair and uses the LifeSaver PreWash Treatment to keep it hydrated followed by the UV Protective Shampoo & Conditioner. Blowdry preparation is Magic Oil and Volumising Mousse on damp hair which combine to give smooth hold, whilst the Round Styling Brush then glides through the layers. A little Ten Second Transformation at the end gives texture, shine and body to emphasise the choppy layers.

 Michael Van Clarke





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