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The short bedhead look
The short bedhead look

The short bedhead look

Autumn-winter 2013-2014 is the season to try a short haircut. Instead of going for a tomboy cut, why not keep a bit of length so you can vary your hairstyles as and when you wish. Wear your lengths straight on a night out and adopt the bedhead look for an urban daytime style.
The trend. This season, all on-trend hairstyles are short. To be able to play around with different effects, ask your hairdresser to leave you with a bit of length. That way, you’ll be able to choose between the Twiggy effect, the retro effect and the more rock-chick short bedhead effect. Practical and easy to manage, the bob is proving to be a hairstyle that offers the most variation.
How to wear the short bedhead haircut. For optimum styling possibilities, your bob must be layered. Having some sections longer than others means you’ll be able to adapt your style to your mood. However, the long sections of your hair must not be any longer than your chin. Your hair needs to be short enough so that it stays spiky when a styling or fixing product is used.
How to create the bedhead bob. Now that the inside of your haircut is layered, it’s time to give it some volume at the roots! When washing your hair, use vitamin-enriched volumising products. These will give life and volume to flat hair. When it comes to creating the bedhead effect, a styling mousse is the product to go for. Spray a small amount of product into the palm of your hand and apply it to create volume in your chosen sections. Finish with a touch of hairspray to make sure this volume lasts all day long.
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