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Get the low-down on the faux short styles spotted on the 1215 runway
Get the low-down on the faux short styles spotted on the 1215 runway
Get the low-down on the faux short styles spotted on the 1215 runway
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Get the low-down on the faux short styles spotted on the 1215 runway

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Is your hair long but you'd love to see what you'd look like with shorter locks, without reaching for the scissors? Then why not cheat your way to a shorter style, just like the models spotted on the 1205 runway show at London Fashion week?

The trend

A faux boyish crop styled with long hair and given structure thanks to a side parting. Hair was slicked down to the scalp and secured into a low-slung ponytail, meaning the models' faces were opened up. This trend creates both a boyish and sophisticated vibe.

Who can wear faux short locks?

Anybody who is too scared to cut off their lovely long locks but who wants to give short hair a go part-time for a day or an evening. From face on, the illusion works a charm! What's more, this style is ideal for showing off a dramatic make-up look, whether you opt for a statement pout or a smoky eye.

Step-by-step tutorial

Start by working with freshly washed hair that has been de-tangled and dried, then create a neat side parting. Next, warm a small amount of Design Gel between your hands and gather your lengths at the nape of the neck, securing into a low ponytail with a hair tie. You can help to smooth down your roots using a comb for a flawless finish. Complete the look with a veil of hairspray for a long lasting hold.

 

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