Punk Rock Chic
The opportunity to punk out your tresses comes along only ever few decades, so you may as well take a walk on the wild side.0
The 80’s married the 90’s and spit out the Giles Spring 2010 runway collection complete with punk rock hair. Pink and green locks topped off their beautiful runway models. Color accents and crazy cuts seem to be around every corner from Rhianna to Rachel McAdams to my Romanian dry cleaner. My own stylist buzzed underneath his hair, setting a trend in my salon with even female stylists following suit.
Short hair is obviously the easiest to punk out because you can spike it all craziness and colored pieces aren’t as loud when they have a funky backdrop. But consult a stylist before you chop. Short hair cuts are best suited for people with a) beautiful faces and b) distinct feature(s). Leaving the top longer provides some chic softening. If you are intent on keeping it long, think Ramone’s shag cut, bang it up (like Kiera Knightly) or add a little neon in your life. These opportunities only come up every few decades, so you may as well take a walk on the wild side. Buzzing underneath allows for both long and short cuts, but really only works on thick hair. (Trust me, I tried to get it and he said it would make my fine hair look like paper.) The underneath cut looks rad pulled to one side and even better with the longer pieces highlighted.
And remember, it grows back.
Posted by Emma Dinzebach at 01:27 AM
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