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The graphic cut
The graphic cut
The graphic cut

The graphic cut

You will no doubt have noticed that one of the biggest trends for Autumn-Winter 2012 is the deliberately messy-look hair. Tousled, dishevelled hair is all the rage for an ultra-trendy, neo-grunge style. At the other end of the spectrum, this season we’re seeing a lot of highly structured cuts for graphic styles with a military edge. Here’s a closer look at this new trend. 
The graphic cut explained. At Antonio Berardi, the fringe used in this architectural cut produces a highly structured asymmetrical result. A kind of futuristic bowl cut! For an everyday style though, we agree that a more classic cut would be a lot easier to wear.
Who for? Wear the graphic cut for a straight, structured style. This one doesn’t have to be strict. It takes its inspiration from Louise Brooks’ signature cut which is very retro and at the time, took advantage of gender confusion. Today these highly structured cuts give you a chic, dominating image! This cut suits those with short, all-one-length hair. It can also work on mid-length hair, but no longer than that. The cut is full, straight or with a slight A-line. Avoid layered or thinned cuts. The effect is a lot more striking with extreme colours such as jet black or ice blonde.
How to style it? Graphic, structured cuts do not work with waves or soft curls. To really appreciate your graphic cut, keep things orderly with an ultra-sleek blow-dry using a rounded brush, or use your straighteners to get poker-straight hair. Don’t ruin the result by tying your hair up. A graphic cut needs to be appreciated in its full glory.
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