Hairstyle Ideas to Die For
If you're not familiar with this hairdo, let us first go over the basics! If you don't have short hair to begin with, let's say shoulder-length, the first thing a hairstylist will do is reduce the length of your hair. On the other hand, if the length of your hair is optimal for this haircut, he/she will bring out the razor. Now what the razor does is that it adds texture and style to your hair.
But before we go over the different styles and techniques, let us first look at some hairstyles.
How a Razor Cut Hairstyle is Achieved
- Generally, a stylist uses the razor at a particular angle to get the desired look. This can either give your hair either a choppy look or soft layers. This would also depend upon the tool used; he/she can use a straight-edged razor or a razor comb.
- Since you'll end up with short hair, there is a certain amount of time, dedication, and maintenance that needs to be administered. You may have to use mousse, hair gels, or even hairspray to keep the style intact for long hours.
- If you're looking for an over-the-top style, you can add some layered bangs in front. The beauty of using a razor to cut the bangs is that it can be wielded in any direction. This adds an extremely stylish look to the entire hairstyle! Long asymmetrical bangs in the front will look really sophisticated and can be styled in various ways as per the occasion!
- On the other hand, you can add a few layers at the back as well; something similar to a wedge hairstyle.
- If you think that keeping your hair too short will appear too angular and sharp for your face shape, then ask your hairstylist to incorporate the cut in order to soften the edges. This can be done by cutting your hair around the crown of your head and framing layers around your face; a useful tip over here would be to curl the edges inward for the dainty damsel look!
- Now for those willing to try something different, a messy or tousled haircut can also be achieved. For such a look, your hair has to be cut through the mid-lengths and trim the edges. Keep the bangs to one side and add texture to the sides. Get the stylist to turn the edges towards the outside so that it adds additional movement to the entire hairstyle.