This Hairstylist Shares How A Proper Haircut Changes A Person (30 Pics)
Just like Jurgita Malakauskaitė, Korean hairstylist Jeong Eun-Hye is on a mission to show just how much a person can transform their looks by changing their hair.
Whether she's just shortening someone's bangs or totally reworking their entire hairstyle, Jeong is always trying to "convey beauty through her fingertips" so her clients "can always shine", and she's doing a darn fine job if you ask me. Continue scrolling and take a look for yourself.
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As Jeong has shown, even autumn can be the perfect time to try out a brand new hairstyle. So if you're feeling adventurous, you can certainly try out something new yourself. Whether you're into something big and bouncy, or sleek and straight, there’s something to fit any personal preference and hair type.
Hairstylist, Dionne Smith, reckons there's five key styles to watch out for this season. There's rebellious crops, iconic throwbacks have been given a modern twist, and a couple of classics have been flipped and dusted down for 2020.
"The biggest prediction for autumn is an updated version of the '70s shag haircut, this hairstyle works on long hair and short hair making it a versatile restyle for autumn," Dionne told GLAMOUR. "The multi-layered haircut is trendy and not only looks effortlessly glamorous, but it is also easy to maintain. A mixture of a feathered cut around the face and lots of choppy layers adds volume, and to keep the style looking great day-to-day, you simply need a salt spray to add texture."
Next up, bold fringes. "From side-fringes to heavier blunt bangs – autumn is fringe season and a quick way to bring a haircut bang-on-trend. The most popular fringe trend will look to 1960s stars like Brigitte Bardot, with a lightly cut, wispy fringe that won’t overwhelm any face shape," Dionne explained.
Summer has seen a rise in grown-out bobs or lobs, but Dionne's prediction is that autumn will be all about the sharp, blunt bob which will hit the jawline. "Shorter styles, in general, will take centre stage with precision cutting. As well as one-length blunt bobs, we will see angular and asymmetrical bobs, which gives face-framing length for rounder face shapes."
Bold and voluminous, pixie cuts are the ultimate low maintenance cut that everyone is asking for. "Take the plunge and look to the retro icons like Mia Farrow for this but keep it modern with choppy layers to add volume," Dionne said.
Remember the classic collarbone cut? "Classic and face-framing for everyone, the collarbone cut is the ultimate style for those not wanting to go too short this season. The key to this cut is the simplicity. Stick with blunt ends and a few layers if you require more volume," Dionne explained, adding that, "This is a classic take on the sharp bob, without losing the length. Good for those who are not quite ready to go jaw-length styles."