Newspaper article Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Take in Some Fresh Spring Hair; You Don't Have to Go for Drastic Measures When It Comes to a New Hairstyle, Just Change It Up a Little

Newspaper article Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Take in Some Fresh Spring Hair; You Don't Have to Go for Drastic Measures When It Comes to a New Hairstyle, Just Change It Up a Little

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STYLEWISE

KERRIE DiMATTIA

SOMETIMES with a change of season comes a need/desire to feel a little fresher in your look.

This doesn't always mean a complete overhaul, sometimes just tweaking your existing haircut a little can give it a fab new look.

The bob, the wedge, the shag. There are only so many basic shapes for a cut. How do we take the basics and make them look brand new?

You pull them apart. Hold on to the bits of the haircut you still love, and change up the rest, almost like you would upcycle a vintage outfit. The fabric is the same, but you change the overall finish.

Get Edgy

Change your perimeter, go from a solid edge to a wispy finish or add a little asymmetrics to make it interesting.

On the Fringe

Think of a fringe as a shot of energy for a lethargic style. Adding a fringe can refresh even the most tired look. …

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