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The girly tomboy cut
The girly tomboy cut

The girly tomboy cut

While long hair looks to have taken over the catwalks for this new summer season, we haven’t seen the last of short hair in some girlier-than-ever styles.


The short-hair trend. Despite what many people think, short hair is not just for guys. Nor is there just one type of short cut. This is why Jean Louis David is constantly revamping the classic bowl cut! But for Jean Louis David, each woman is unique. Her style, her personality, her lifestyle: all of this must be taken into consideration when choosing a haircut. This season, we’re seeing a lot of short cuts at Chanel. Coco Chanel was one of the first to advocate short hair for women…
How to wear the tomboy cut. Today, people choose short cuts to flaunt their femininity rather than to try and work the tomboy look. To do this, hair should be kept long at the nape of the neck, as well as at the front of the head. A tomboy haircut styled like this looks very feminine. The tomboy cut offers a number of styling options. For a more mischievous style, for example, use gel to roughen up the style for a dishevelled look. For a just-back-from-the-beach effect, apply a wet-look gel.
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