What better way to add an edgy vibe to your feminine haircut? The half-hawk
is just as on-trend now as it was back in the 80s. This neo-grunge look has become increasingly popular and is no longer considered ’too extreme’.
Do not attempt this hairstyle on your own without the aid of a professional hairdresser
! ‘This is especially true if you want the shorter side to be closely shaven. Your stylist is qualified to deal with styles like this and will be able to advise you on how short you should go and how quickly your hair is likely to re-grow’.
The half-hawk is a good starting point if you are thinking about cutting your hair short all over. ‘This look means you can try out the shorter length and see whether you really want to cut the opposite side short too. You can always cut one side of your hair short, then slick back with styling gel to create the shaven look with a rebel twist’.
The new Speed Up-Do service
available at Jean Louis David Style Bars, enables you to try a slicked back plait on one side which gives the illusion of having a half-hawk. ‘Head down to your nearest salon to try this look before deciding to take the plunge for real. This will prevent any bad last-minute decisions and regret when it comes to creating your desired look’. Our tip:
Only try the half-hawk look if your hair is at least bob length. In fact, there will be some days where you don’t feel like showing off your undercut and you may want to cover up this section with the rest of your hair, which a super-short haircut will not allow. © Pixelformula © Jean Louis David