A closer look at Jean Louis David’s bowl cut for A/W 2012
The bowl cut is a timeless classic at Jean Louis David. But that doesn’t mean it can’t undergo a little revamp for each new season. A classic cut which is constantly being reinvented to suit your style. Find out more!
This autumn/winter, hair is full for maximum styling options and perfect designs. The bowl cut is no exception. The fringe is full but wide and graphic. The back of the head remains understated and feminine. To avoid the blunt look, Jean Louis David recommends razored ends for a less rigid cut.
To give this cut a boost of body, style hair when it’s dry. Apply a small amount of blow-dry cream to hold your hair, and then style using a round brush. For a natural-looking hold, spray hairspray evenly across your whole head.
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